Women's Drug Rehab Centers

At SouthCoast Recovery, we understand that women are emotionally and physically different than men. As a woman, it’s common to put the wants and needs of others before your own. Maybe you’ve been doing this for years. And maybe that drink, that pill or that drug gives you the pleasure or comfort you’re not giving to yourself, or getting in other areas of your life.

SouthCoast Recovery's drug rehab for women offers a safe haven for women to set down the burden of alcoholism or drug addiction and everyday cares. This is a place you can let the world stop spinning and simply focus on you. We provide gender-specific residential drug rehab treatment for women in the upscale beach community of Dana Point, California. Our holistic approach to wellness complements traditional clinical care within a 12-step recovery model for a complete approach to mind, body and spirit renewal.

Individual Aspects of Drug Rehab Treatment for Women

Women tend to be the caretakers, not only in a family environment but in general. This can lead women to turn toward alcohol or drugs to relieve stress, to reward themselves or to self-medicate. When alcoholism or drug addiction takes over your life, the last thing you need to worry about is other people and what they might think. The stigma of entering drug rehab causes a lot of women to hesitate, but it’s time to put yourself first and find a drug rehab who does the same. Alcoholism and drug addiction is a disease, not a moral weakness. Women process alcohol and drugs differently than men because their bodies have less water and more fatty tissue. This means the toxins stay in their bodies longer, putting women who abuse alcohol or drugs at a greater risk than men for substance-related health problems. It also increases the likelihood that you will be the victim of violence or sexual assault.

Women also tend toward depression more than men. Statistically, women have higher suicide attempts but men are more successful. This can be attributed to the methods used. Women are more likely to take pills while men turn to more violent means, such as a hand-gun. The message of desperation is the same. At SouthCoast Recovery, we have a specialized depression program in addition to our traditional drug rehab program. Our clinical therapist has over 44 years addressing depression and psychological trauma that leads to self-destructive and addictive behaviors. Women need to feel that they are safe when they enter a drug rehab program, which is why SouthCoast Recovery also provides gender-specific housing.

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Specialized Drug Rehab Treatment for Women

Women need to feel that there are services specifically tailored to their needs during drug rehab. The most important aspect is that women feel they are in a safe environment. At SouthCoast Recovery, we offer all women housing during drug rehab treatment. We have female counselors, staff members and residential house managers. Our clinical therapist has over 44 years addressing issues of trauma and psychological abuse. The holistic processes we offer include massage, acupuncture and meditation to help women connect with their inner essence. Each program is tailored specifically for each women's needs in meeting physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of healing.

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SouthCoast Recovery offers Drug Rehab for Women

SouthCoast Recovery offers a state-licensed facility in the upscale beach community of Dana Point, California. Gender-specific, all women housing is available. Our highly qualified staff has over 100 years combined experience treating alcoholism and drug addiction. SouthCoast Recovery's drug rehab center incorporates an overall healing model of mind, body and spirit with individualized clinical therapy, advanced holistic healing techniques, innovative workshops and peer support so each woman can work through emotional issues in a healing, therapeutic environment. Professional assistance is available 24/7 to assist you with any questions that you may have about our drug rehab program for women.

Call us at 1-866-847-4506 – professional assistance is available 24/7.

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