Specialized Treatment for Veterans & First Responders
Waypoint Recovery Center in Cameron, South Carolina, is honored to support our military and first responder communities on their journey to recovery.
What is Tactical Recovery?
The Tactical Recovery Program is based on the understanding that America’s Veterans, active military personnel, first responders, and their family members are the backbone of our country. We also know that these roles can have long-lasting, negative effects on the people who have served us all.
The Tactical Recovery program was created because very few addiction and mental health centers are genuinely qualified to understand and treat Veterans. Far too often, Veterans do not receive the level of treatment they deserve from people who understand the full impact of their service.
Partnering with PsychArmor, a national nonprofit educational organization, the Tactical Recovery program provides a culturally competent and trauma-informed environment for recovery and healing. We tailor care for each individual using evidence-based practices and holistic healing methods.
Tactical Recovery at Waypoint Recovery in South Carolina
Located on 58 acres of beautiful, secluded property conveniently located approximately 55 miles from Columbia and 62 miles from Charleston. Waypoint’s Tactical Recovery programs include treatment for:
Substance Use Disorder Among Veterans
While alcohol and drug addiction can affect anyone, military and first responder communities are especially at risk for developing a substance use disorder. Through our specialized treatment program, individuals can recover from alcoholism and drug addiction, while building a solid foundation for lasting freedom.
Mental Health Treatment
Active military, Veterans, and first responders all face extreme stress both on duty and off. Long-lasting effects from these roles can include depression, anxiety, PTSD, and more. Our trauma-informed program meets the needs of this population completely, providing evidence-based treatment to assist individuals’ recovery.