Veteran & First Responder Rehab Program

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Customized Treatment for Veterans & First Responders

At Greenhouse Treatment Center, we provide effective substance use and co-occurring disorder treatment designed to meet the needs of Vets and first responders.

Specialized Veterans Treatment

Our inpatient addiction treatment facility in Grand Prairie, Texas, near Dallas & Fort Worth, offers a specialized drug and alcohol rehab program for Veterans and first responders. The Salute to Recovery program is designed to address the needs of those struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders like PTSD.


Veterans Program Details

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Why Choose Greenhouse?

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I find out I'm eligible for community care?

The VA provides a list of criteria for eligibility for community care. Should you be eligible, you can search for any VA-approved community care provider. Greenhouse Treatment Center is an approved CCP.

Is your program open to first responders as well as Veterans?

Yes, Greenhouse accepts first responders of all kinds as well as Veterans into our specialized program. You’ve served others, now let us serve you.

How can I get admitted to the program?

We are here to help you whenever you’re ready. You can call us day or night at and we will work with you to start the rehab admissions process and discuss what to expect in treatment at Greenhouse.

The Future is Bright

See how our alumni rate their time at Greenhouse Treatment Center and how coming to treatment changed their lives for the better.

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