Services for Veterans

Substance Use Treatment

Emergency Housing

Unfortantely, substance use disorders and dual diagnosis is on the rise in the US. For ANE, it is of upmost importance to us that our service members are receiving the best qualilty care. We work directly with the Veteran's Administration to ensure all of your mental health, substance use and medical care is being addressed as you focus on learning the tools neccessary to recover from you substance use disorder. Our program is up to six months in length, with more intensive treatment at the begining of the treatment process and increasing independence as you grow and develop the skills neccessary to remain sober. We have licensed counselors on staff that are Veterans who can relate to losses you have experienced and celebrate the victories associated with being a service member. 
Our emergency housing program is great for Veterans who are experiencing homelessness, which may be unrelated to substance abuse. Examples include: loss of job, criminal justice inolvement, recent marital problems, reloacting, trouble locating independent permanent housing, etc. Placement may take a few days and is based on availability. In order to be considered for this program, you must complete a program screening and be committed to remaining drug and alcohol free while in the program. 

Recovery Housing

If you are a veteran who is in recovery for substance use and have recently completed a inpatient or outpatient program, Recovery Housing may be a great program for you. This program provides continued focus on address your substance use disorder, while also working towards establishing other goals that are neccessary as you continue to re-establish yourself back into the community. Our program provides Veteran's with individual counseling, support groups, case management and referrals for employment assistance. Our highly trained and compassionate team, will work to help you achieve all of your goals and assist you in creating a foundation to success. In order to be considered for this program, you must complete a program screening and be committed to remaining sober while in the program.



If you are a Veteran and are in need of any of our services, please contact us today! We may have resources that can assist in funding the services you need! Let us know you are a Veteran when you call!

For a treatment inquiry call: 512-464-1250 Ext 104
For Recovery Supportive Housing or Emergency Housing call: 512-464-1250 ext 153