Endure: Veterans and First Responders Program from Lakeview Health

Offering Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment for our Nation's Heroes
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Our Veterans and First Responders Program emphasizes trauma-informed care
Inpatient Addiction Assistance for our Nation’s Heroes
Addiction rehab program to meet the needs of those who have served

Recognizing the need for evidence-based treatment for those who have served, we created Endure, our Veterans and First Responders Program.

The Endure Program emphasizes trauma-informed care, healthy coping skills, and the benefits of open communication. This program, which is led by a masters-level therapist and Veteran, provides an outlet for participants to share their story with others who have similar experiences, while our holistic approach tends to patients’ physical needs and overall wellbeing.

An integrated care team offering inpatient rehab for drug and alcohol abuse
Working with CCN and The Fire Watch

Our masters-level therapists, MDs, and aftercare coordinators work with patients each step of the way to address triggers and underlying emotions that may contribute to addiction, develop healthy skills and strategies, and create a plan for life after treatment.

Our mission is to treat our Nation’s Heroes with the upmost respect and highest level of care while meeting their specific needs in treatment. To enhance Veteran and First Responder care, Lakeview Health has:

Additionally, our clinical and medical teams are versed in several treatment modalities to accommodate each patient’s unique needs. At Lakeview Health, we offer:


Your Care Team
This program is led by former Veterans and First Responders as well as experts in addiction treatment
Sgt (Ret.) Christopher J.A. Scallon, MPsy, CCISM. Sergeant Chris Scallon retired as a 24+year veteran with the Norfolk Police Department,
Giovanni Rocco is a retired law enforcement officer and fourth generation first responder officer with more than thirty years of
Dr. Lantie Jorandby, Chief Medical Officer at Lakeview Health in Jacksonville, FL, has dedicated her professional life to treating patients
Statistics on Veteran Drug and Alcohol Abuse
1 in 10
Veterans have been diagnosed with a substance abuse issue.
4 in 10
Veterans with a substance use disorder struggled with illicit drugs and 7 in 10 struggled with alcohol use.
5.2 million
Veterans struggled with a mental health condition and/or a substance abuse issue in 2020 alone.
Veterans struggled with opioid misuse in 2020.
1 in 3
Veterans seeking treatment for SUD also struggles with PTSD.
2 of 10
Veterans with PTSD also have SUD.
Statistics on First Responder Mental Health
Of police officers report anxiety.
Of male firefighters reported heavy or binge drinking in the past month.
Of paramedics report depression.
Designed for healing
Gender-responsive drug and alcohol rehab

Our gender-responsive campus provides patients with the resources and spaces needed to heal. At our men’s facility, The Star, our dining room resembles a pub to help men learn to socialize or watch a game without the use of substances. Our women’s facility, The Rose, features a calm and home-like setting to help women form lasting female friendships.

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Safe, comfortable treatment is possible!
Call now and start your healing with Lakeview Health today.

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