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Mental Health & Addiction Services

We understand the stress and anxiety of seeking treatment for behavioral health disorders.

Mental Health and Addiction Services

RecoVET HealthCare is committed to connecting all veterans that we house in our supportive living program to social service organizations and behavioral healthcare partners throughout the St. Louis Metro Area to bring positive change to their lives. RecoVET has already formulated strong partnerships with Assisted Recovery Centers of America (ARCA), Salvation Army, Jubilee Community Church, and Affinia Healthcare. These partnerships will be led by RecoVET peer support at first, who will accompany residents in the transitional living program to ensure all health needs are met.


Led by peer and administrative support, we will connect people to medication assisted treatment services, primary care services, dental services, and providing education and resources to our residents/veterans to aid in setting goals and benchmarks. These activities will take 10% of overall administrative time.

The situation can be even more stressful when clients are seeking help but are unable to find it in a timely manner. The most common question that we are asked is, “How long will it take me to see a Psychiatrist?”  

At RecoVET HealthCare, we understand the importance and urgency of getting the care that you need. We are currently accepting new clientss with minimal to no wait time.

We tailor each of our services to fit the needs of the individual. Clients and their loved ones are encouraged to schedule an initial consultation with us, which can be a same-day appointment.

Our Psychiatrists focus on the diagnosis and treatment of behavioral health and are concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of all aspects of behavioral health disorders, including:

  • Depression and other mood disorders
  • anxiety disorders

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

  • Personality Disorders

  • Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders

  • Delirium

  • Tic and other movement disorders

  • Substance abuse disorders

  • Other disruptive disorders

  • Obsessive-compulsive disorders

  • Eating disorders

  • Disorders relating to other illnesses



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Veterans are at 50% higher risk of suicide than their peers who have not served.

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