Helping veterans build a stable recovery foundation.
Providing safe, residential living where veterans can focus on their recovery from alcohol and drug additions and regain freedom through physical, mental, and spiritual growth.
Through tragedy and personal experience, the founder of Brandon House of Greenville wanted to help educate and offer help for veterans struggling with sobriety. By using his personal experiences to help mold an approach to help others Brandon House of Greenville went from concept to reality. After losing his son to an opioid overdose he wanted to find a way to possibly save someone else’s, child. He saw a need and decided to open a facility for veterans in his son’s memory.
“By helping one person, we are helping veterans and their families to find hope and light when everything is dark. Dealing with recovery takes focus and support, of which many veterans do not have readily available to them. BHGVL wants to fill the gap from rehabilitation to society. Many people do not understand addiction, it is truly an illness. You must fight that illness daily, and people need tools and support to win the battle of recovery. If we only save one person, the journey is worth it”, said Founder and President of BHGVL, Michael E. Bernard.
For more information, to donate or volunteer please visit BHGVL.NET
Other ways to reach BHGVL P.864.404.1863 E. MB@BHGVL.NET
Brandon House Greenville provides peer to peer support and a positive environment focused on recovery. House offers a fitness and recreation area, nature space, games and activities, Wi-Fi, full kitchen, laundry rooms, work spaces, and a community meeting area.
Spacious Living Space, Two Kitchens, Two Laundry Rooms, Large Outdoor Space, Recreational Room, Exercise Room. Serenity Fire Pit, Meeting Space
Together we will give back to our community through group organized service projects
Conveniently located off Old Grove Rd., near the VA clinic in Greenville, SC.