About Treatment Center
Department of Veteran Affairs, is an accredited addiction treatment facility located in Battle Creek, Michigan. Our facility focuses on changing the lives of those affected by drug and alcohol addiction, as well as co-occurring psychological disorders. At Department of Veteran Affairs, we understand that this is a very difficult time for a newly recovering addict, especially those who have never entered into a treatment facility before. This is why we aim to do everything in our power to make these individuals as comfortable as possible so that they can begin their recovery process on a positive note. We believe in treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have contributed to the birth of the addiction. We strive to help our patients build a solid foundation for a renewed and improved future. We know that any addict, despite the severity of their addiction, can recover. With the proper treatment plan in place, our patients can accomplish all of their goals and more. We understand how the disease of addiction has affected our patients mentally, physically, and spiritually. At Department of Veteran Affairs, we will provide you with the support and guidance to lead you towards a path of life-long wellness and sobriety.
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
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- Most Insurances
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Have been taken care of in expediant and professional manner in all areas, from lab, doctor's and programs. Fortunate to have this facility as close.
Rick Rawlings, 2 months ago
It was my first time at this VA I can say the staff and care provided was excellent. Thank-you
Kendall Meyer, 3 months ago
My experience at this treatment center was a very positive happening in my life. The staff there were very understanding & helpful if I ever need psych. ward treatment again I will have no trepidations about coming back. Some of the nicest people I've ever met in my life Good will to all.
leroy Fick, 5 months ago
Not sure about others but the PTSD treatment there is one of the best in the Nation hands down.
sequon12, 6 months ago
All of my doctor's visits have been positive. I've seen a doctor, eye doctor, foot doctor, hearing doctor. Nurses and scheduling personnel are always excellent. My experience with the billing people... Not so good. In truth, it was one woman who was unable to figure out how to run my chipped credit card as a credit card. So no payment was made. Finally, my experience with the mental health group leads me to believe they want vets to kill themselves. My first doctor's appointment I informed her I suffered from depression. Yes, I was suicidal and yes I had an exit plan. My doctor asked if I thought being referred to the mental health group would be beneficial. I said, yes. Month goes by. Checked to see if it was normal for it to take a month for someone to get back with you. Was told my referral was canceled by the mental health group. Neither me nor my doctor was notified of the cancellation. Not good.
Lee Wentzel, 7 months ago
I've been a patient here for over five years. My doctors are outstanding. Pharmacy is always accurate and on time. Other specialty clinics provide great service with friendliness and respect.
Dan Glidell, 8 months ago
The VAMC is excellent. I have had great help there, and my primary care doctor is super nice, and so are all the nurses and other staff. Everyone is nice, caring, and very helpful. It amazes me that clerks actually remember my name when I walk in. It is better here than at any private practice doctors. Many private practice doctors refuse to accept the VA "Choice Program" in Kalamazoo where I live. Not nice....
Martin Chilcutt, 9 months ago