OSAT is offering all military war veterans free access to its self-directed treatment program, designed for those in need of assistance in getting back on track from addictions.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) July 08, 2013
Online Substance Abuse Treatment (OSAT) is honoring military members for their service to America by offering zero cost and substantially discounted online drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs. OSAT recognizes that men and women in uniform have risked their lives for their country’s freedom and independence, and they would like to help them regain their personal freedom from substance dependency.
OSAT is offering, at no cost, all military war veterans access to its self-directed treatment program, designed for those in need of assistance in getting back on track from addictions. The program is a self-reflective, solo journey into recovery through 30 sessions of proven treatment materials that have been used successfully in OSAT’s outpatient and inpatient programs.
OSAT is also offering special drastically reduced rates on its live, 10-week online counseling programs for those needing a higher level of care. The program allows military members and veterans to meet in complete confidence online under the guidance of an experienced counselor and to work together to overcome their dependencies on drugs and alcohol. Current and former war veterans can participate in 30 live one-hour group sessions for $400, a $700 savings over OSAT’s standard rates or 30 live three-hour sessions are available for $600, a $1,000 savings.
Both OSAT special military offers provide a full year of treatment through three sessions per week for ten weeks, followed by one session per week for nine and a half months of aftercare: a full year’s treatment for just $400 or $600.
OSAT’s online self-directed treatment programs supply participants with tools that can be utilized as often as necessary to sustain and deepen the connection between the abuser and sobriety. Participants who complete the online treatment programs are issued completion certificates. Judges and employers often look upon such documentation as demonstration of the individual’s efforts and self-initiative to actively work toward addiction treatment.
Complete information about OSAT’s special free and drastically discounted treatment programs for military personnel and veterans can be obtained by speaking to trained representatives at (888) 213-HOPE toll free, 24/7, or by connecting online at http://www.onlinesubstanceabusetreatment.com.
For more information or to enroll in OSAT’s treatment programs for all active duty military, retired military or military dependents call (888)213-HOPE or visit http://www.onlinesubstanceabusetreatment.com.
For war veterans, to enroll in the free treatment program, they must call (888) 213-HOPE to complete a brief assessment at no cost to determine the appropriate level of care. If a higher level of care is required, OSAT will make appropriate referrals.