The first step in women’s addiction treatment programs is breaking ties to your substance of choice. This can be challenging because it often brings on withdrawal symptoms. Thankfully, detox often lasts for just a week or two.
You should complete detox in a dedicated detox facility. Medical supervision can ensure that you don’t experience complications from withdrawal symptoms. Once patients have completed withdrawal, they can advance to addiction recovery programs that focus on the psychological, emotional, and spiritual aspects of sobriety.
At our women’s treatment center, we offer an addiction treatment plan based on your needs. This plan could include any of the following substance abuse treatment programs, depending on what your specific needs are:
After detox, residential treatment is arguably the most effective means of recovery. Many women thrive in a women-only residential facility. These types of facilities offer security and comfort. Women in recovery can find a safe, supportive space at a women’s residential treatment center.
The cornerstone of most treatment programs is individual as well as group therapy. Therapy can help clients achieve a variety of goals. While working with a therapist, clients might explore the underlying causes of addiction learn about the triggers most likely to cause a relapse.
While individual or one-on-one therapy is hugely beneficial, group therapy is also crucial to recovery. In group settings, patients can share with one another, be vulnerable and get advice from others who are in similar situations. Family therapy can also help loved ones learn to support, but not enable, those struggling with addiction.
Whether patients seek alcohol addiction treatment, heroin addiction treatment, or addiction treatment for any other substance, outpatient treatment may follow along with a 12-step program. Treatment professionals widely use this method. It has a spiritual component that many patients appreciate.
Education is also beneficial for patients going through a recovery program. It’s important for these individuals to understand what addiction is, why it develops, and what they can do to overcome it. Also, patients can learn more about relapse, coping mechanisms, and why sobriety is critical for lasting recovery.
Addiction treatment can mean the difference between being tied to drugs and alcohol and living a fulfilling life. At Soledad House in San Diego, California, we design our treatment plans to deliver lasting results. Call 866.314.3222 to learn more about our women’s recovery programs.
“I was in Hazelden and thought I should go to a recovery home instead of Hazelden’s extended care program. I spoke with a counselor and she gave me a Soledad House brochure. The Hazelden counselor thought it was a reputable place and several other women from Hazelden had gone there. I found the counselors at the Soledad House comparable to those at Hazelden. My stay at the house was a time for self-examination and there was just enough down time to get back in touch with what makes me happy. Soledad House had a great support staff which provided the guidance I needed.”