Gender-specific treatment has been designed to meet the concerns that arise for women in particular. Women's rehab work through child hood trauma while also helping you work through child-related needs such as managing children while in recovery.
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Everyone’s detox needs are different so NPB utilizes several types of detox programs. You will have to have an evaluation to determine what level of detox is needed. Our medical team screens patients for physical and mental health issues. We will also need to find out the amount of a substance in a patients system. Lastly, there will be a review of family and medical history to formulate a base of a long-term treatment plan. Call Today To Get Started.
Inpatient Rehabilitation is the route to take when want to ensure a successful recovery process. Depending on usage, you are much more likely to relapse without the use of inpatient rehabilitation. Rehabilitation lengths and programs vary based on the individual. Our programs offer group and individual counseling, family programs, nourishing meals, recreational activities. Contact an Addiction Specialist Today To Start Your Journey.
When you start your journey through a women’s recovery program, you’ll work closely with other women going through similar challenges. Many times these women will have strategies to share with you as you will develop strategies to share with them. This is the type of peer support that is created through gender-specific rehabilitation. Our programs are focused on
Yes! Your team of physicians and nursing staff will make sure that the medications you currently take are included in your detox and recovery plan.
Many times Your job will be protected while seeking rehabilitation. You may be eligible for the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) while taking a proactive approach to your successful recovery. We can help you through this process by calling (667) 239-1849.
Mental health and drug addiction can seem to go hand in hand. Inpatient rehabilitation addresses both problems. If your mental health is under control it makes recovery much more possible.
Programs can last from 28 days to 90 days or longer. The National Institute on Drug Abuse states that most people with addictions need at least 90 days of treatment to be successful in recovery.
Many of our centers allow smoking outside only and at designated times throughout the day and evening. We have smoking cessation programs available to assist those wanting to quit smoking as well.
Your friends and family will play a vital role in your recovery. It is essential to have the support of those who love you most. Family sessions are a focal point of the treatment plan.