Indianapolis, IN – Landmark Recovery of Indianapolis, a family-owned alcohol and drug addiction treatment provider announces a new therapy group developed exclusively for military service members. Called "Roadmap to Resilience," the group is designed to help identify traumas that both veterans and active-duty military members have experienced and help them develop healthy coping skills.
Landmark Recovery is a verified partner with the Veterans Administration and a Joint Commission accredited health care provider, offering personalized addiction treatment including medical detox, residential treatment, and outpatient programs. The company's VA-approved treatments are developed around evidence-based practices and trauma-informed care. Therapists and group leaders at Landmark Recovery of Indianapolis recently underwent military cultural competency training to better understand service members' ethos, vocabulary, and customs.
"Statistics show that one in 10 veterans have been diagnosed with a substance use disorder," said Michelle Dubey, the chief clinical officer at Landmark Recovery. "Our service members deserve the best possible care and that's what we aim to provide. We offer a path to recover from drug and alcohol addiction and ongoing support once treatment is completed."
Landmark's Roadmap to Resilience group teaches life skills to help service members improve how they cope with stress. The program addresses six fitness areas: physical, interpersonal, emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and spiritual.
Participants can expect to receive support and access to premium services such as:
- Staff with military cultural competency training
- Military liaison and patient navigator dedicated to assisting through the VA process
- Joint Commission accreditation
- Two individual therapy sessions weekly with masters-level clinicians
- 40 hours of weekly group therapy
- Family and alumni programs