Women’s Rehab

Women’s Residential Treatment Program For Addiction In Indiana

A women’s residential rehab for drug and alcohol addiction includes a program that focuses on physical, emotional, and spiritual support for women struggling with substance abuse. Not all women would prefer to be treated alongside men. They may feel more relaxed and may recover more quickly when treated among a group of fellow women.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Difference Between a Women's Residential Rehab and an Outpatient Rehab

At residential facilities patients are encouraged to live in the facility for the duration of their treatment. This is important in cases of prolonged addiction or where much damage has been done to the patient’s physical, mental and emotional health. Also, because the facility is free from alcohol and drugs, the chances of relapse are slim.

On the other hand, outpatient rehab programs are  in a setting that enables individuals to reside in the home. Some programs are generally therapy-based and consist of a commitment of a handful of hours per day, and only a few days every week, so the individual has the ability to manage a job, household commitments, or school attendance. Some programs are more rigorous, but for a short amount of time.

Why Choose Our Residential Women's Rehab in Indiana?
Our women’s residential rehab for addiction has more advantages over outpatient facilities. A residential program would be of immense benefit to women who relapse easily or who face too much stress at home, or work. Getting registered in a women’s residential rehab for addiction will allow you to participate fully in rehab programs thus separating you from daily stressors and factors that trigger substance abuse, and speeding up your recovery.

 Your case is kept strictly confidential. It is a medical treatment, and as such, your information cannot be released to anyone except when you give your consent. Be assured that the physicians and therapists in Bridges of Hope’s women’s residential rehab for addiction will not for any reason leak your case files to anyone. We are guided by the ethics of the medical profession.

What to Expect at Our Women's Residential Rehab in Indiana?

The first stage of the rehabilitation process is the intake. This stage involves registration into the facility. The woman is then expected to move into the facility for commencement of the rehab process.

Detoxification follows immediately after the intake. Detox involves flushing out the drugs and alcohol from the woman’s body. Detox is usually supervised medically. Withdrawal symptoms are also closely monitored by medical and healthcare professionals. Detox is usually not needed in behavioral addictions.
Patients can then proceed to rehabilitation after successfully completing the detox. Rehabilitation focuses on addiction therapy for the specific addiction suffered by the patient. The patient may be suffering from alcohol addiction, drug addiction or behavioral issues. Whatever the case, she receives a therapy unique to her case. At Bridges of Hope’s women’s inpatient rehab for addiction, the patients receive individualized care that encourages them to interact with other women sharing similar problems.

During the course of interaction, women can share their experiences, discussing what led to the addiction. Recovery is enhanced by peer to peer interaction. Upon completion of the rehab, the women are given access to aftercare programs and series to prevent a relapse.

What are the Different Type Of Addictions We Treat at Women's Rehab?

 Be informed that any addiction can be treated at a women’s residential rehab for addiction. In a residential facility, the healthcare professionals will focus on treating your condition A special program will be designed that best suits your needs. The following conditions are treated at women’s residential rehab for addiction facility:

  • Heroin addiction
  • Alcohol addiction
  • Mood disorder
  • Marijuana addiction
  • Eating disorders

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