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Watch: First Responders to the Rescue, but Who Supports Them?

Today we post the second of a series of short video clips, all of which aim to make it clear why VFR is a different kind of rehab for Veterans and first responders.  The first highlighted our experience as vets and first responders ourselves, embodied in our tagline: "We ARE You." The second highlights the courage, and  the treatment needs… Read More

VFR Chief Clinical Officer Dr. John M. Rodolico Receives 2019 William James College Mental Health Leadership Award

"A caring, competent person, who works tirelessly for people, in order to make an impact.." said Brigadier General John Driscoll, commander of the Massachusetts Army National Guard, of VFR's own Chief Clinical Officer Dr. John Rodolico on March 6 at William James College. The General made his remarks as Dr. Rodolico was honored with the 2019 William James College Mental… Read More

Thera-me: Thankful for Socks

In my work and in my life I am often challenged to think about gratitude and what it means to be grateful. I especially find this challenging when things are not going my way, i.e. I’m running carpool for three different kids and their friends, dinner burns, and the dryer breaks down…you get the picture. In my work has a… Read More

Celebrate the Service of Military Veterans in the Best Way

Strive Health is proud to serve the organization Veteran & First Responder Healthcare (VFR), a company dedicated to the treatment of substance use and behavioral health issues among military veterans. Strive Centers often co-locate VFR services for veterans and first responders. The Chief Executive Officer of VFR, Eric Golnick, published this open letter today, Veteran's Day, 2017. We urge our… Read More