Tree House is action-based. Meaning we teach you what you can do to make yourself stronger than your addiction and PTSD. We do this holistically, that is, with a focus on building a stronger mind, body, and team.
Addiction tears us down physically, mentally, and emotionally. It distances us from our loved ones. Tree House Recovery focuses on these key areas to make you strong again. Our program optimizes your life. Getting optimized means living a life that you love. Sobriety is the result of being happy, healthy, and empowered. Our expert staff includes includes veterans who know what it takes to live an empowered life. Call us today at (855) 844-2739 to see what your Tricare benefits cover.
• Tricare accepted
• Veteran Staff
• Fast & Confidential Assessment
We know that strong team connections are essential for long-term recovery – the stronger our team, the healthier we become. Action Based Induction Therapy (ABIT) is a platform designed to achieve that goal. This Navy SEAL-based modality teaches the communication and leadership skills that will make it possible for men with Tricare insurance to reach their maximum potential, in life and in sobriety.
• Builds team connections
• Enhances decision-making
• Strengthens leadership skills
• Teaches navigation of adversity
With a diverse background as a US Navy SEAL Team member, a college athlete, and a sports coach, Neil Trusso is highly effective at building strong, healthy teams. Under Neil’s guidance, you will tap into and optimize your mental, physical, and social strength. Once uncovered, these skills will provide you with a solid foundation for the construction of a clean, sober, and nourishing life.
Through the completion of a series of structured, expressive written assignments, Writing Therapy provides a unique “tool” that allows men to examine, understand and resolve the traumatic experiences from the past that have not been addressed before. Digging deeply into these unspoken and unexplored experiences is necessary for a sustainable, long-term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Some outcomes are…
• Resolution of trauma
• Honest, detailed reflection
• Improved decision-making
• Use of write as a “tool”
As a survivor of three combat tours as a US Military Intelligence specialist in Asia, a long roller coaster ride with PTSD symptoms, a bad marriage, and personal struggles with addiction, George Coleman is a staff member that men can connect with and relate to on a wide variety of levels. Co-founder and Co-ownerCo-founder and Co-owner, George is the creator of the Writing Therapy Program at Tree House Recovery and personally guides and directs clients with Tricare through every stage of the program. While building an unblemished history of being clean and sober for over 30 years, George has mentored and advised hundreds of young men and women seeking to understand and embrace their individual journeys.
ESM Fitness Therapy is an intense exercise regimen that pushes the boundaries of the body in an effort to achieve new fitness heights. While this is a victory in its own right, the physiological responses also incite profound psychological shifts: the vigorous workouts completed with your team foster a sense of exceptional self and collective motivation.
• Reduced anxiety & fatigue
• Improved sleep & thinking
• Lessened stress sensitivity
• Get stronger, stay fitter
Ryan is a former Division 1 College athlete who earned All American Honors as a football player and as a wrestler. His promising athletic career was cut short due to a spinal condition. This spinal condition, along with repeated TBI’s (Traumatic Brain Injuries) suffered while playing football, provided Ryan with a new “life path.” After years of dedication to a personal program of self-improvement and the creation of a solid foundation in sobriety, Ryan now utilizes his personal experiences, his background in athletics and his education in Sociology to help and guide others on their journeys.
When he was 18 years old, Brandon joined the US Marine Corps to serve his country and be part of something bigger than himself. After 13 years of service and 3 tours of Iraq and Afghanistan, he left the military after being injured in the line of duty. But, like many veterans, adjusting to civilian life was difficult. Giving up his brothers in arms had felt like losing a piece of himself and was a large reason he eventually turned to substances for relief. Brandon found his remedy at Tree House’s team-centered program where he now works as an ABIT counselor. His goal is to help every client leave Tree House with their own band-of-brothers so they never struggle alone.
Tree House Recovery is more than a rehab. We focus on healing the whole person, not just the symptoms of addiction. Our program offers veterans with Tricare a path to freedom from addiction. Call us today at (855) 844-2739 to find out exactly what your Tricare policy will cover. When you call, our admissions counselors will gather your Tricare information. Our assessments are free, fast, and 100% confidential.
Brandon F. Tree House Graduate
Cole M. Tree House Graduate
Long Term Treatment Goals: Tree House Recovery is all about dealing with the causes of addiction and PTSD so that you are back in control of your life and your mind.
Expert and Relatable Staff: Our treatment staff members are trauma and substance abuse experts, some have served in the Armed Forces, and most are in recovery. Their education, personal and professional experience creates an individualized and relatable form of care you won’t find anywhere else.
A New Brotherhood: For many veterans the loss of their unit or team who would do anything for them — who would die for them — is heart wrenching. Tree House is team-based and intentionally built to focus on deep meaningful bonds — to wrap everyone into a community. Your team will become a family that you can trust with your recovery, vulnerability, your past, and that you can rely on long after your treatment ends.
Our therapists create an individualized treatment plan with a blend of treatment methods with the most repeated scientific evidence of success in treating addiction.