Founded by Veterans
Combat Army & Marines
PTSD Treatment that Works
This location is accepting new admissions with additional pre-screening procedures. To learn more, call (844) 505-4799.
We push ourselves beyond traditional limits and put our minds at risk. The physical and emotional demands of combat change us forever. At a very core level, we are different. We respond by selflessly grinding to the next deployment with little regard for how our experiences are affecting us.
Many times, we don’t feel the effects of a career full of trauma until it’s over. Suicide and addiction occur at staggering rates. On average, 20 veterans die by suicide every day. The cause is two-fold – a stigma that keeps many from seeking help, coupled with the inability to appropriately treat post-traumatic stress disorder.
Most clinicians don’t understand the culture of those who have lived for months and years out on the battlefield. The directors of our military program entered this field with a passion to close the gap between traditional treatment and the veteran story in a way that they never experienced in their own PTSD treatment.
October 25th I took a leap of faith. The VA lost me in the system and for 13 years I’ve battled the PTSD demon that only JourneyPure gave me the skills to battle and lay all that crap down. After returning from Melbourne, I resigned from the National Cemetery Administration as I can’t let go of the guilt or shame from returning from Iraq alive. I know what I need to do the rest of my life. Help Veterans along the path to walk a journey, that light to healing is JourneyPure's veteran program.
Thank You for giving me my life back.
Edgar Cordoba Jr. • MSW
Adrian Marquez • LMHC , MSW
Clinical Director - Outpatient
Even if you're not ready to commit to JourneyPure or not sure if you want treatment at all, talk about what's going on with someone that's been there before. You'll feel better and more informed after you call, I promise.
Insurance covers the majority of your cost here! How much you owe depends on deductable and co-insurance rates set by each policy. Don't worry, we'll call your insruance company, then explain the details of your specific insurance policy. You can privately submit insurance information online.
(If you don't have insurance, you still have options. We can talk about that too.)
Our locations often operate on waiting lists, but we're as accommodating as possible with the schedule. It helps to call early in your decision process and come in while you're still motivated.
The first thing you notice when you walk in is an overwhelming sense of hope and compassion. You're surrounded by people that actually understand what you're going through.
Intensive cognitive-behavioral therapies aren't as boring as they sound. You tackle issues hiding behind drugs and alcohol like trauma, depression or anxiety. And, you graduate feeling better than ever with a plan and a coach to help you stay on track long after treatment ends.
If you could stop on your own, you wouldn’t be reading this website right now. You’re here because you’ve said “this is the last time” more times than you can remember.
It’s not you’re fault that you can’t do it on your own. It’s not a matter of strength. You have a disease. Just like any other disease, it needs treatment (or it will get worse). The question you should be asking yourself is “why can’t I just ask for help?”
We like to think no one notices, but the people we love are worried about our addiction long before we want to admit it. Being honest is your best play.
You’re on this website, so you’ve already taken steps to research treatment options. That’s great! Families may not know what to do when you tell them. Having the solution lined up will make the conversation even smoother. All they want is to see you get well.
You’re very unlikely to be met with the judgment or negativity that you’re worried about. In fact, relationships thrive with open communication. Stop worrying about what it might be like and start talking. You’ll feel relieved and more likely to commit to getting the help you need.
Honestly, people are judging you now – when you’re high thinking you’re acting normal or too hungover to show up. Just because you’re not facing the problem doesn’t stop others from feeling suspicion and worry.
The good news is that addiction doesn’t have to define you. In fact, recovery redefines who you are and helps you get to where you want to be. There are so many successful and amazing people living in recovery. You just don’t know it because it’s their personality or career that you know of, not their addiction.
You absolutely should self-report before it ends up on the Commander’s Blotter Report. Addiction never stays secret forever. The people you work with every day will notice if they haven’t already.
Many active-duty members fear that if they self-report they may be discharged from the military. This is completely inaccurate. In fact, JourneyPure has a contract with many military bases, which aid in rehabilitating active duty members and discharging them back to active duty.
100 S Harbor City Blvd Melbourne, Florida 32901
JourneyPure's flagship military program is located across from the beach in sunny Panama City (near the Fort Walton base).
There's another campus on the east coast in Melbourne, Florida that also offers palm trees and ocean views.
Since we're in-network with military insurances like Tricare and VA Choice, the Panama City, Florida rehab has a civilian program for non-veteran family members to enjoy the same perks like snorkeling and therapy on the beach.
Whether you come here or not, don't become a veteran statistic. Get help.