The Meadows Offers Specific Military Group

Since becoming a Tricare Preferred Provider, The Meadows has had the privilege to provide behavioral health and substance abuse inpatient services, with an emphasis on trauma, PTSD, and addictive disease disorders, to active duty military members, retirees and dependents of the TRICARE West Region. The Meadows has a long history of working with TRICARE beneficiaries and has seen great success and an increase in the utilization of services by all branches of the military.

While the world class trauma and addiction services The Meadows provides has proven to be a great resource for our military service members, it is acknowledged that there are unique needs military patients require. Retired and active duty women and men who enter treatment present with problems that are, on the surface, similar to those of non-military patients. However, the driving forces behind these problems are usually different and unique to military service.

Studies indicate that military personnel respond best to a group of their peers and often are not comfortable in group therapy with civilians. The Meadows recognizes this special need and has elected to accommodate it by incorporating a “Military Only” group where the protectors of our freedom are able to be more comfortable as they begin healing.

The Meadows continues to strive to be a resource to our military and is humbled to be able to give back to those who have given so much on our behalf.

The Meadows sex addiction treatment center in Wickenburg, AZ. recently announced preliminary findings of an ongoing treatment outcomes study that evaluates the effectiveness of The Meadows’ five-week inpatient treatment program.

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