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Our programs are for Veterans, First Responders, and their Families struggling with trauma, addiction and other mental health challenges. Through in person and/or virtual meetings, our holistic approach addresses the whole self, offering the support you deserve that fits your schedule, family, budget, and needs.

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The Daily Connection System 
for Our Sworn Heroes and Their Families

The Daily Connection System

for Our Sworn Heroes and Their Families

Virtual Integrated Recovery proudly offers the Daily Connection System (DCS) powered by Freedom 365, an interactive learning management system designed to help Our Sworn Heroes and Their Families heal from anxiety, trauma and addiction. By utilizing our structured content and mindful activities, you will be guided on the path of healing and recovery.

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How It Works

With this Daily Connection System you will redirect self-defeating thoughts and behaviors, refocusing that energy on Hope, Connection and Purpose.

Repetition is a key learning aid, allowing us to transition skills from our conscious to our subconscious. Using the DCS system every day helps you create mindful habits and make real progress towards processing anxiety, stress and trauma in healthy ways.

The Virtual DCS is a comprehensive program of action, integrating a proprietary system with clinical practices and time-tested principles. This content-rich system is a must have for Our Sworn Heroes and Their Families.”

U.S. Navy Veteran – Dr. Ron Gellis, Clinical, Forensic and Sports Neuropsychologist
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Key Features

  • Evidence based integrated life hacks
  • 28-day kick-starter interactive program
  • Daily guided mindfulness activities
  • Crisis response connect for trauma and/or addiction treatment
  • Daily messages of hope and encouragement
  • Visual growth mapping for self correction
  • Plus 500 topic based searchable videos

Your Path to Freedom

As you view the videos you will be prompted to answer some tough questions and complete daily exercises. It’s important to answer these questions as honestly as possible. All of your answers are completely confidential and secure.

The Daily Connection System is HIPPA and FERPA compliant, adhering to the highest cyber security standards. All of your answers to the questions will be stored in your DCS Action Plan.

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Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Take one simple step to begin the rewarding journey of Hope, Connection, and Purpose.

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What We Treat

The aftermath of prolonged exposure to extreme stress, pain, and/or loss can result in hardships for those in the line of duty.

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IRF offers support for:

  • Addiction
  • Co-occurring Disorders
  • Trauma
  • Military Sexual Trauma
  • Post Traumatic Stress
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How We Treat

Our multifaceted approach addresses the total person, through

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Mindfulness

(Unbeatable Mind)

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Faith-Based
Recovery

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Traditional
12 Steps

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Your Donation can Save a Life

Our goal is to end the cycle of abuse, depression, and even suicide amongst Veterans and First Responders by delivering the support they need for fulfilling lives. To break down financial barriers, we’re looking for compassionate donors and organizations just like yours to help fund programs and therapy sessions for those who cannot afford help. Together, we can ensure no one is denied the treatment they deserve. Join our 1,000 x 1,000 campaign today.

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Why IRF?

Founded by Veterans and First Responders, we personally relate to the challenges faced by the Military, First Responders, and their Families. We’ve been there, and we can help.

IRF quite literally saved my life. As an Army veteran, transitioning out was difficult. I suffered from MST and PTSD. There were no programs, especially Christ-centered programs, that helped veterans like me. So I took a leap of faith to come to IRF. It was the most transformative experience in my life – and all of the amazing, encouraging staff ensured I put in the hard work on myself so that I could truly recover and heal. I found hope, a renewed sense of faith, connections to my church family, and purpose in life again. To anyone doubting whether they should join IRF, I would say do it. And expect to do the hard work on yourself to heal with the help of incredible people. 

“Has Potential” was a phrase that used to follow me throughout my years. In the past, I would self-sabotage, make excuses, abuse alcohol, and never reach my “Potential”.  I was blustering through life with a haphazard approach. After completing the Integrated Recovery program, I’ve redefined myself. I focused my intention and changed my daily actions toward my new destination of a sober mind and a life of significance. Wanting to change does not get you there. Accountability, mental fortitude, and daily action are the key factors to regain one’s life and fulfill one’s potential.

I first became sober through my commitment to the program of Alcoholics Anonymous.  As I approached the milestone of my one-year mark of recovery in that fellowship I sought to enhance my personal growth through the Unbeatable Mind program.  At first, I was concerned that the principles of Unbeatable Mind might in some way be at odds with those of A.A. but I quickly realized the compatibility of each program and that the ideals of each served to compliment rather than contradict the other.  Through the care and tutelage of Integrated Recovery I came to learn that the core concepts of A.A. enjoy a synergistic relationship with the ideologies and practices of Unbeatable Mind.  Also prevalent in the higher-power dynamic of AA and the witnessing process of Unbeatable Mind is a spiritual dynamic that Integrated Recovery assisted me in nurturing. This provided me direction and an understanding of my primary purpose in life.

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We are Better Together

We proudly partner with compassionate individuals and organizations committed to improving the lives of our heroes and their families.

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Being involved with, and seeing the valuable and meaningful work that is provided for our Veterans by the Integrated Recovery Foundation is both heartwarming and fulfilling a need for those who have served our country. The effects of serving in many parts of the world and in diverse environments often leaves their imprint long after the member leaves their military service. It is important that those who now need our support and assistance are not forgotten or become invisible once they are no longer wearing their uniforms. Now is the time to help our nation’s Veterans and to show them how much we love, support, and respect the tremendous commitment and sacrifice they have made. The hard work and many contributions made by the Integrated Recovery Foundation on behalf of our Veteran’s is a worthy mission that deserves our financial support–pay it forward! Freedom is not free.

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The Moment After Rock Bottom

First Responders, Veterans, and their Family members tragically experience higher rates of suicide, addiction and family disintegration; our mission is to put an end to this cycle. If you or someone you love is hurting, we can help.

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