The Hader Clinic provides supportive and safe treatment options for members of the LGBTIQ community suffering from drug and alcohol addition and mental health issues.
Members of the LGBTIQ community can receive immediate help overcoming drug and alcohol addiction and mental health issues. Contact The Hader Clinic for a consultation and fast admission.Contact us
Members of the LGBTIQ community face challenges which differ from people in other communities. Rates of substance abuse and addiction are higher among people who identify on the LGBTIQ spectrum. Often, there is an underlying cause for the addiction such as abuse, trauma, stigmitaisation, violence, and harassment.
That's why The Hader Clinic specialises in providing treatment programs with a focus on treating the whole self. We've been helping people within the LGBTIQ community for decades.
Those who identify as LGBTIQ face a range of challenges when recovering from substance addiction. While some of these issues may apply to other addicts, many do not. At The Hader Clinic, we understand that every single person's situation is different, and that the reasons for drug and alcohol addiction are diverse.
The physical effects of drug addiction on members of the LGBTIQ community are common to heterosexuals and CISgender people as well. These can include:
The psychological effects of drug addiction for those who identify as LGBTIQ can include:
LGBTIQ community members display a range of emotional side effects from long-term drug and alcohol use. These can include:
It's not uncommon for members of the LGBTIQ community to encounter problems within their social lives as a result of substance abuse, including:
Addiction and mental health issues can affect how people view their identities. This can lead to:
With help, member of the LGBTIQ community can achieve a healthy life free from drug and alcohol dependency. First, book a consultation with us. We will asses your unique situation, and challenges overcoming addiction.
People with severe drug dependencies and mental health issues will need to enter detox and complete a 28 day treatment program. We will ensure you detox safely, with the supervision of nurses, and help you create a sense of accountability.
Sometimes, a longer program is necessary to achieve full recovery. During this program, people can create long-term goals, and start working actively to achieve them. The programs last between 60 and 90 days, and are tailored to strengthen the foundation of recovery.
Many times, the journey doesn't end when people leave our programs. Some LGBTIQ community members choose to receive ongoing support and care to prevent the risk of relapse. The Hader Clinic offers support services to outpatients, to help people continue to lead healthy and holistic lives outside rehab.
The Hader Clinic is here to help you understand the common issues faced by the lgbt community. Ask a question in the contact form, and we'll be in touch soon.
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