Women who are struggling with addiction often have different needs than men in recovery. A women’s drug rehab facility provides women a safe and comfortable space for healing and recovery. In female-only groups at a women’s addiction treatment facility, women can begin to heal, build self-esteem, and focus on what they need for long-term sobriety.

At Soledad House, our women’s addiction treatment programs help women take their lives back from addiction. If you or someone you love is struggling, we can help. Reach out to our team at 866.314.3222 or connect with us online to learn more about our San Diego recovery center.

Why Choose a Women’s Drug Rehab Center?

women's drug rehabWomen struggling with addiction often also suffer from feelings of shame, failure, or low self-esteem. Addiction can be isolating. However, connecting with other women who have been through similar challenges can give program participants the strength and support they need to heal.

Soledad House offers a number of benefits to the women in our care. In our supportive and peaceful treatment center, you’ll connect with others in recovery, participate in evidence-based and holistic therapies, and learn how to enjoy life without drugs and alcohol.

Trauma-Informed Care

While the underlying causes of addiction vary, for many women, past trauma may have contributed to substance use issues. Abuse, violence, natural disasters, and even illness can all have long-term effects. Some individuals begin using drugs to feel relief from flashbacks and other effects of trauma. We take trauma into account in everything we do and help our patients work through painful memories.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Due to addiction’s effect on the brain, mental health issues affect many individuals who are addicted to drugs or alcohol. Women who struggle with depression or anxiety, for example, might turn to drugs or alcohol to feel relief. Others develop mental health issues as drug addiction progresses. Women tend to experience mental illness differently than men and vice versa. Participating in a women’s drug rehab gives patients the opportunity to receive focused dual diagnosis treatment.

Compassionate Care and Support

Women in female-only rehabs build lasting friendships they can rely on. These friendships can provide support for challenges on the road to recovery. In addition, our team members are compassionate and caring and will help you every step of the way.

Gender-Specific Education

We also offer education on topics like body image, eating disorders, and parenting. We’re able to focus on the issues that impact women during treatment.

What to Expect in Women’s Rehab

The goal of our women’s rehab programs is to help our patients achieve meaningful, sustainable recovery. The services and therapies we offer include:

  • Individual counseling
  • Group therapy
  • Spiritual wellness
  • Exercise therapy
  • Codependency education

We create personalized treatment plans for every individual in our care. Upon admission, you’ll go through a thorough intake evaluation. We’ll help address any co-occurring mental health issues during treatment. Additionally, we can help you rebuild your life after rehab. Long-term recovery is possible. Reach out to Soledad House today to learn more.

Connect With Soledad House Today

Soledad House in San Diego, California, offers women’s-only rehab programs for a complete recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Our guests learn about their addiction while working through a 12-step based program. In our recovery center, wellness is a priority, with approaches designed to treat patients physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. Soledad House’s addiction treatment programs include:

  • Outpatient programs
  • Sober living program
  • Extended treatment
  • Aftercare program

If you or a woman you love needs drug rehab, Soledad House’s women-only program may be the right fit. Our rehab center is one of the best drug addiction treatment centers. Call Soledad House now at 866.314.3222 for more information about available programs.