While addiction is something that many people are affected by, it is most commonly seen as an issue that affects men more than women. While reported cases of addiction may historically skew towards more men struggling, this gap is closing as time goes on. In a women’s rehab program, women can find solidarity and understanding while receiving treatment that targets challenges unique to women.

Clients can participate in men’s and women’s rehab programs at Solution Based Treatment & Detox. Single-gender treatment can provide a comfort level that is crucial in getting the most out of treatment. If you or someone you care about is battling addiction to substances, reach out to our compassionate team online or call 833.999.1941 for more information today.

Women and Substance Abuse

Because of the stereotypes associated with drug use, women may battle addiction silently without telling anyone. Due to increased feelings of isolation or misunderstanding, women may deal with addiction for prolonged periods of time before seeking help.

On top of this, women also may experience gender-based trauma or identity issues, which can feed into addiction. Therefore, it is essential that women find safe, full-service treatment for addiction that supports long-term recovery. In a women’s rehab program, clients can benefit from:

  • Specialized understanding of the stigma and misconceptions that affect women who deal with substance abuse
  • Trauma therapy for gender-based issues, including domestic violence and sexual trauma
  • Dual diagnosis treatment for those who are dealing with mental health symptoms that co-occur with addiction
  • Care that addresses gender inequalities and economic issues affecting women
  • Treatment that accommodates mothers and any struggles to find childcare

At a women’s rehab program, women can feel at ease without having to worry about any sexual tension or feelings of intimidation. And while men may be able to attend treatment while their children’s mother cares for the family, women do not have this luxury as often. At a family-friendly treatment center, you can feel included and united with your family in the fight against addiction.

Find out more about Solution Based Treatment’s women’s rehab program today, and reach our friendly staff online or at 833.999.1941.

Solution Based Treatment for Women

At Solution Based Treatment & Detox, women of Southern California can find a safe haven for addiction recovery. Substance abuse doesn’t have to be a taboo topic for anyone in our women’s rehab program. With a full spectrum of services offered, women of all backgrounds and substance abuse struggles can access complete care. Our women’s rehab program gives clients the opportunity to participate in:

  • Drug and alcohol detox
  • Medically-assisted treatment (MAT)
  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP)
  • Residential addiction treatment
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
  • Aftercare and relapse prevention planning
  • Dual diagnosis treatment

At Solution Based Treatment, we provide a continuum of care to our clients, allowing them to move through the steps of recovery at their own pace. Nobody has to feel left out or forgotten.

From start to finish and after graduation from the women’s program, SBT offers full support for women to achieve and maintain permanent recovery.

Find Out More about SBT’s Women’s Rehab Program

Don’t hesitate to find out what treatment options may be best suited for you. If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, don’t let gender-related issues stand in the way of getting quality care. Whatever level of care is needed, our multidisciplinary team is ready to help you get started. With holistic therapies, including faith-based recovery, art therapy, and music therapy, your recovery process can be fulfilling in spite of challenges.

Contact our friendly staff today online, or call 833.999.1941 to jump-start your recovery today.

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