The everyday realities of life as a firefighter can create considerable stress. Being a hero that deals with tragedy every day can have a lasting impact on anyone, no matter how strong they are. Relationships outside of work can suffer, compounding your stress. This demanding work environment, coupled with lack of sleep, and life stressors, can be extremely isolating. For this reason, some firefighters turn to drugs or alcohol to cope. Relying on substances can have dire consequences, ultimately leading to addiction and exacerbating stress and isolation. We understand this cycle, and we want to help you break free. Learning how to mentally manage these recurring events is key to a successful, sober and healthy life. It’s time to step away from saving others in order to save yourself. If you or a loved one is a fireman struggling with addiction, you are not alone. We understand and can help. Call us 24/7 at (855) 202-2138.
Over 65% of fire fighters suffer from PTSD.
Over 27% of fire fighters battle substance abuse.
80% are afraid to ask for help for their struggles.
Admitting you need help when you’re used to being the one helping people may seem like an improbable task. You are a leader in one of the most elite teams in the world, a team that saves lives every day. The characteristics honed as a firefighter are the same traits needed to save your own life. We understand your struggle and want to show you how to overcome it. It takes a true leader and hero to speak up about addiction. By joining the Tree House team, and you will learn to reconnect with what matters and extinguish your trauma. This will ultimately free you from addiction and rid you of the desire to use drugs or alcohol. Use your heroism to lead yourself back to the life you deserve. It’s time to live free. Our admissions counselors understand and are always available. Call us today at (855) 202-2138
Tree House Recovery is proud to stand with the fire fighters who risk their lives to keep America safe. We dedicate everything we do to lifting humanity to its highest potential. We only succeed when our clients succeed, in that they live healthy, empowered lives of continual growth. Tree House is more than a typical rehab. It is life optimization through empowerment. Our eight treatment modalities work together to enhance your life while adding to your on-the-job skillset. The Tree House team is made up of experienced counselors that understand the unique struggles of life as a fire fighter. If you or a loved one needs help, call (855) 202-2138 to learn what Tree House can do to improve your situation. Our assessments are free, fast, and 100% confidential.
Few professions subject you to as much trauma and stress as fire fighting. Left unresolved, this stress can have a disastrous impact – leading to isolation, loneliness, and addiction. Addressing your difficult experiences is an essential step in finding peace. At Tree House Recovery, we use Writing Therapy to allow firemen to identify, process, and resolve the traumas that are often left buried inside. We understand that traumatic experiences can be difficult to talk about, even for firemen. Writing Therapy consists of carefully chosen structured topics that are processed with a counselor that understands addiction and trauma. As you begin to work through the past, you will also learn tools for the future. Writing Therapy teaches healthy coping strategies that allow you to manage your thoughts and emotions. These tools are essential for overcoming trauma and PTSD. Writing Therapy prepares you for any trauma, big or small, that may occur in the future, and will allow you overcome these experiences with ease, honesty, and confidence.
Because addiction is isolating, strong connections are essential to lasting recovery. Designed by US Navy SEAL, Neil Trusso, and based on SEAL training methods, Action Based Induction Therapy reconnects you with a healthy team. ABIT sharpens the communication, leadership, and interpersonal skills that you already possess as a firefighter. This modality is designed to engage your prefrontal cortex, the part of your brain responsible for interpersonal functions and decision making. During active addiction, the prefrontal cortex is less active and can become impaired. A strengthened prefrontal cortex is essential for a sustainable, substance-free life. Not only will these improved leadership and interpersonal attunement skills help keep you addiction free, but they will also be advantages in your personal and professional life. ABIT connects you to a team and builds your confidence
UNCOPE is a brief addiction screening test compiled from numerous research reports. This assessment is designed to identify and assess the risk of dependency or addiction for drugs or alcohol. The results will indicate whether you or a loved one is either at risk for or currently in a state of alcoholism or addiction. This tool is simply meant to provide general insight. For a comprehensive assessment, call our admissions team today. All calls are 100% confidential and commitment-free. We are available 24/7 at (855) 202-2138.