Get Help For Myself
Alcohol and drug addiction is not a moral failure or a weakness of will. It is a brain disease that causes a loss of control leading to employment, legal, housing and relationship problems. We understand. With a holistic approach to recovery and relapse prevention for veterans we can help you stop using and return to a vibrant life that is consistent with your values and life goals. Call us today and speak with a counselor to begin your return to the life you want to lead.
Get Help For A Family Member
Addiction is a family disease. One member of the family addicted to alcohol or drugs affects the entire family dynamic. To heal effectively, the family needs help, not just the person addicted. If the addicted family member has yet to seek help, call us so one of our counselors can explain how Joseph House helps veterans recover. We offer counseling that incorporates family members into the healing process. We can also give you information to aid in addressing the multiple complications that can occur as a family deals with addiction and recovery.
Learn more about our services and programs by calling the Joseph House: (513) 241-2965.
For inpatient/residential referrals, please call the Central Access Point Line: (513) 381-SAFE (7233).
For inquiries specific to the Outpatient, Ready & Forward Aftercare and/or Family & Friends Support programs, please contact Brandon Cooper: (513) 241-2965 ext. 117 or [email protected].