Drug rehab for women can be specifically customised to support the unique challenges faced by women confronting addiction and ongoing mental health issues.
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When entering into drug and alcohol rehab, women faces challenges that are unique, compared to those faced by men, teens, and other segments of society. While men become addicted to drugs and alcohol more easily, women are more negatively affected by long term substance abuse. Women also exhibit specific physical, psychological, emotional, social, and spiritual symptoms of addiction.
The Hader Clinic understands these challenges, and develops holistic treatment plans to address them. We treat all women with a personal, approach, providing them with the scaffolding to support the best possible chance at long term recovery from addiction.
Women have to deal with a myriad of issues when overcoming substance addiction. Some of these are universal, and apply to all addicts. Others are more specific. At The Hader Clinic, we treat all issues — universal or specific — at the same time. We focus on treating the whole self, allowing women to heal and move on.
The physical effects of drug addiction on women are common in both sexes, and can include:
The psychological effects displayed by women entering drug rehab include:
Women can be adversely affected by drug addiction and mental health issues on an emotional level. Symptoms include:
Women can also suffer socially from long term substance abuse. Common consequences include:
Trauma and addiction can manifest in anyone, regardless of sex or gender. These can potentially include:
Women seeking drug rehab can begin their journey to recovery from addiction immediately. By booking a consultation with The Hader Clinic, our team of experts can come to better understand your specific situation. Our comprehensive pre-assessment phase determines exactly what you'll need for ongoing success.
Detox is the first on the road to rehab for women. In our initial stage of the program, women seeking addiction treatment will be treated for the physical symptoms of withdrawal. Here, women in rehab have the opportunity to find their own sense of personal accountability.
Most types of rehab for young women and older women will involve additional treatment following detox and withdrawal management. In our inpatient program, we work with women to achieve sustainable, long term goals. These programs last between 60 and 90 days, depending on the addict's situation, and will grant them the tools to make a soft entry into normal life again.
The final stage of drug and alcohol rehab for women involves ongoing professional support outside of the clinic. Adjusting to normal life free from addiction can sometimes take years. Our relapse prevention programs continue to offer the same support to patients as they continue to reintegrate into society.
The Hader Clinic is here to help you understand the common issues faced by women. Ask a question in the contact form, and we'll be in touch soon.
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