Station House’s Mission

To be the the top addiction treatment center for police, firefighters, ems, and other First Responders.

Promises Made.

Promises KEPT.

Our peers are the ones who we share a connection and camaraderie with in the real world. It’s for this reason that Station House creates an environment in which our clients are able to interact exclusively with other first responders while in treatment. Clients are also placed in peer groups with other first responders with similar issues to theirs. The close bonds that are formed through this process creates a real sense of community and a built-in network of sober supports after treatment.

At Station House, we have developed our treatment program using the Task Oriented, Competency Approach. What this means is that we encourage and help our clients to set achievable goals and give them the tools to truly understand themselves and get positive results through performing specific tasks. This method helps many first responders find healthy ways to cope with their trauma by acknowledging the trauma and sharing about it with others.

Holistic therapy has been clinically proven to be very effective in treating drug and alcohol addiction. Addiction is a disease that is usually accompanied by a host of other core issues. At Station House we use holistic techniques to treat the whole person rather than just the disease. This allows the person to heal physically, emotionally, mentally, socially and spiritually by helping to resolve these core issues. Holistic methods have helped many first responders work through and resolve PTSD symptoms.

The Station House Promise

At Station House Retreat, we stand behind our commitment to our clients. If you fail to remain clean and sober after completing our 90 day program, you may return for 30 days of complimentary treatment if you wish.

We understand the challenges faced by first responders because WE ARE first responders.

free & confidential


free & confidential