Founded by Kevin M. Marburger, a former Infantry Marine. While being deployed, Kevin was involved in an I.E.D. blast, as well as being shot in battle. After being medically retired in 2012 due to wounds sustained in combat, he struggled with the inner demons of addiction. This battle continued until 2017 when, no longer able to function without the aid of substances, he attempted to take his own life. For reasons beyond his understanding, his attempt was not successful. He went to an inpatient treatment center for alcoholism and drug use, spending six weeks there. After his successful completion, he relocated to a sober living house, where he eventually became assistant house manager. He is actively involved in not only the recovery community, but the veterans community as well.
His story of success, sadly, is not the case for most veterans plagued with addiction. But it can be. Veterans Addiction Foundation was formed with the principle ideals of “helping the helpers.” We want to allow veterans to actively get back into their OWN lives. This can be achieved through treatment, continuing care and counseling coupled with personal rediscovery, self growth and community involvement. This holistic approach will help our military service members reestablish themselves in society and the lives of their families.
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Veterans Crisis Line