Discount Ketamine Treatment for Veterans and First Responders

We proudly offer a special Hero Discount at every one of our ketamine infusion treatment clinics, nationwide.

Eligible Personnel

In gratitude to this country’s military service members and first responders, Ketamine Wellness Centers will cover much of the out-of-pocket treatment costs for eligible personnel. This discount is available to the active and retired workers on the frontline of the following services:

  • Military (including active, retired, and Reserve forces)
  • First responders (including police officers, firefighters, EMTs, and paramedics)
  • Border Patrol agents
  • Correctional officers
  • 911 operators
  • RNs and LPNs with an active nursing license

We wish we could extend additional discounted rates to the many people providing ancillary support services to these frontline individuals but regrettably, this is not yet possible. Please contact us if you would like to take advantage of the Hero Discount or have questions about your eligibility.

Mental Health

$325 per individual ketamine infusion

Chronic Pain

$700 per individual ketamine infusion

A Hero’s Journey: Mallory’s Story

Play Video about A Hero's Journey - Mallory's Story

“A Hero’s Journey: Mallory’s Story” tells the story of a young Air Force Veteran struggling with depression, PTSD and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome from her time in the Gulf War. Mallory sought treatment from Ketamine Wellness Centers after the VA had told her “There is nothing more we can do for you”.

Mallory came to us for treatment hoping to “get some relief.” She received five infusions over three weeks’ time, which brought her tremendous relief. So much relief, in fact, that shortly after her treatments, Mallory was able to compete in the Wounded Warrior Games and brought home two Gold medals and three Silver medals!

We are thrilled Mallory has found relief but there are many others out there who need help but are unaware of how transformational this treatment option may be for them.

Whether it’s you or a loved one, know that there is hope. There is help.