Help For Our Heroes Program Expands to Morriston, Florida

Transformations at Mending Fences offers residential & PHP treatment programs for veterans and first responders struggling with primary mental health, trauma, PTSD, addiction, depression, and co-occurring disorders.

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The Help For Our Heroes program is part of a comprehensive treatment curriculum offered at Transformations Treatment Center. Transformations is licensed by the Department of Children and Family Services, and the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) as well as Joint Commission Certified. Learn more about our accreditations.

A Unique, Nationally Recognized Military and First Responders Treatment Program

This program is specifically designed for military veterans, police officers, corrections officers, firefighters, paramedics, and other emergency personnel to help them cope with the problems incurred by job stress and chemical dependency.

This program is led by a military veteran and former first responder who is also a Master’s level therapist. He designed this program to help our veterans and first responders overcome the underlying issues that lead to addiction.

These brave men and women are subject to a level of physical, emotional, and mental stress unlike anyone else. As their jobs have become even more demanding, stress levels have increased to the point where they experience some of the country’s highest rates of substance abuse, depression, and suicide. Our program has successfully treated hundreds of veterans and first responders nationwide, setting them on the path to a healthy, sober life.

We Specialize in Treating Behavioral Health Challenges

Our program has an integrated treatment model to help veterans and first responders with co-occurring mental health disorders and substance use disorders. We help our clients improve their physical, mental, and emotional wellness in order for them to heal and repair their lives.

Watch this video with our program founder, Carlos Farina, as he speaks with some of our alumni.

Your environment can play an important part in your recovery.

From the warm, tropical environment of our Delray Beach location, to the calm, serene country surroundings at Mending Fences, each facility will play an integral part in the treatment and beginning stages of recovery for our clients.

Transformations Treatment Center Delray Beach

Our flagship treatment center opened its doors in 2007 in Delray Beach, Florida, and has been successfully treating hundreds of veterans and first responders ever since. The Help For Our Heroes program provides a safe place for the brave men and women whose jobs have put them under an intense level of stress that few people can understand.

Located on 400+ acres in beautiful northern Florida, we help veterans and first responders who experience traumas such as PTSD, combat trauma, grief and loss, and MST. Transformations at Mending Fences also offers equine-assisted psychotherapy, allowing the clients to be involved with horses in order to promote positive physical and mental health.

Adventure Therapy/Activities

Physical activity can help improve mental health by reducing anxiety, depression, and negative mood. Our clients participate in activities such as virtual runs, yoga, meditation, breath work and adventure therapy, which includes things such as kayaking and paddle-boarding.

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Steps For Getting Help

Deciding that you’re ready to get help is truly the hardest part and it all begins with reaching out to Transformations. Our caring admissions team will help you step by step along the way, ensuring you that you’ve made the right choice to start your journey to recovery.

Step 1: Make The Call

We understand it is not easy to take that first step towards getting help, but we want you to know that you’re not alone and we truly understand what you’re going through. Whether you’re calling for yourself or a loved one, we guarantee everything you discuss with our admissions coordinators is 100% confidential.

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Step 2: Your Coverage

Each person’s insurance plan is unique. Our admissions coordinators will explain and review all your coverage options with you once they are able to verify your plan, which typically takes about 30-45 minutes.

Step 3: Scheduling Admission

Our admissions team will work with you and your family members to make this process as easy as possible. Arranging your stay in treatment can be overwhelming, but we are here to help you through the entire process, making it as stress-free as we can.

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We Accept Most Insurances.

We are an accredited VA provider. Call Us For More Info: (888) 919-2561.

Don’t Suffer in Silence

For the men and women who dedicate their lives to helping others, we are here to help you.

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Getting to Transformations I realized I’m not alone and these folks right here are in the trenches with me and I do need help and it’s a judge-free zone. I learned that getting help is not a weakness, it’s actually a strength.

– Dave V., Help For Our Heroes Alumnus

There is a lot of life to be lived, that it’s okay to reach out for help, and that’s just what I did. We are all going through the same thing and we can help each other through this.

– Jake H., Help For Our Heroes Alumnus

I didn’t even know what I was doing was wrong. All I know is I was just looking for my next drink. I didn’t have the tools to help myself. When I got to Transformations I was broken, and by the grace of God, this program and the people in it helped me…we helped each other.

– Joey R., Help For Our Heroes Alumnus

Sometimes asking for help can be seen as weak, but it’s really about loving yourself and setting your pride aside. And Transformations helped me do that.

– Tsuji C., Help For Our Heroes Alumna

Transformations saved my life multiple times. I was fortunate enough to receive treatment at TTC through the VA, and I can’t speak highly enough of the Help For Our Heroes program, the staff, and the level of care at this establishment. If it weren’t for the caring and supportive staff, I would not be here.

– Tamara E., Help For Our Heroes Alumna