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Addiction Treatment for Women

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A Rehab for Women’s Unique Needs

Women struggle with different health and societal issues than men. Things like appearance, weight, infertility, and hormonal imbalances have a huge effect on how they think and feel. Oftentimes women use alcohol or drugs to cope with these issues. Or, they believe that taking drugs will help them lose weight, increase their confidence, eliminate depression, improve their mood or reduce their sexual inhibitions.

Unfortunately, using alcohol or drugs as a coping mechanism can result in addiction, which is harmful to the body, mind, and spirit.

Destination Hope’s rehab for women is dedicated to providing women with the encouragement they need to heal and start anew.

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Addictions We Treat

The Support You Need to Conquer Addiction to Drugs and Alcohol

Alcohol Addiction

Alcoholism is the physical and mental dependence on alcohol. Those suffering from alcohol dependency drink too much, too often, and in ways that can harm themselves and others. There are five stages of alcoholism, each of which can cause various harmful effects.

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Anxiety and fear of a panic attack can de debilitating. A person may turn to drugs to alleviate these anxious feelings and calm themselves down. Dual diagnosis treatment in a rehab for women can help the individual break the cycle of substance abuse and find sober ways to ma...

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Codependency is a co-occurring mental disorder that may be described as relationship addiction, and can often fuel drug and alcohol addiction. Often arising out of a dysfunctional family life, codependent behavior is learned in response to fear, anger, or shame that is ignor...

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According to the CDC, women between the ages of 45 and 64 are at high risk for depression. Substance abuse can be the cause of depression, while depression can be the cause for abusing drugs and alcohol. Substances may be abused to lift the addict’s mood or numb painful th...

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Drug Addiction

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, in 2014, an estimated 15.8 million women admitted to using illicit drugs in the past year. Addiction can cause short and long-term consequences and affect a woman’s physical and mental health, as w...

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Eating Disorders

Eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia, binge eating, and others may be treated alongside addiction. Women with distorted body images may turn to binge drinking, prescription drugs or illegal drugs to cope with their painful feelings, as well as to lose weight or...

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Postpartum Depression

Post-partum depression can manifest much like other forms of depression that occur after a life event. Some new mothers may try to self-medicate by using prescription pain medications, alcohol, or other drugs. Our addiction treatment takes into account women's needs when the...

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Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse can cause permanent changes in the brain that can result in long-term emotional consequences. Victims of sexual abuse are more likely to suffer from depression, eating disorders, anxiety, and other mental health disorders. They are also more likely to abuse subs...

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PTSD is an anxiety disorder that can develop after a traumatic event. Victims of crime, sexual assault or sexual abuse, and military veterans often suffer this disease. Nearly 30% of women with PTSD will end up using drugs and alcohol to cope. When addiction is linked to PTS...

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