Women's Addiction Treatment Program
What is a Women's Addiction Treatment Program?
There are various gender-specific issues that women and men deal with in their struggles with substance abuse. To put it simply, men and women have different needs when it comes to addiction treatment. Addiction impacts women differently than men when it comes to how it effects their families, social life, and obligations. The team at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center understands these differences and for that reason have created specific treatment programs for both men and women. Gender specific groups will allow for a safe environment where women can be surrounded by their peers and feel free to share openly.
The Women’s Addiction Treatment Program at Aftermath Addiction Treatment CenterThe facility at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center, located in Wakefield, MA, will provide a safe and supportive environment for those seeking help for their drug or alcohol addiction. The clinical team at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center will work with each client to create a unique treatment plan that is catered to their individual needs. The Women’s Addiction Treatment Program at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center will provide gender-specific treatment options for drug and alcohol addicted females who admit to the program. During this difficult time in the life of drug or alcohol addicted women, our treatment team will provide the highest level of ethical and quality care. The Women’s Addiction Treatment Program at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center will help women struggling with substance abuse to learn more about their addiction and gain crucial insights to recognize their emotions and feelings, as well as behaviors that could potentially lead to relapse through individual therapy and group therapy. Our facility is designed to instill peace and tranquility for individuals seeking to ease the discomfort of drug or alcohol withdrawals.
Gender Specific Treatment in the Women’s Addiction Treatment ProgramThrough the use of our gender-specific treatment, the Women’s Addiction Treatment Program at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center utilizes various therapeutic modalities to address key issues and obstacles that women may face in their early recovery from drugs or alcohol. Educational groups will help to identify the triggers of stressors that can result in drug or alcohol cravings. Licensed clinicians will work closely with the clients in the Women’s Addiction Treatment Program at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center as they uncover the underlying issues of their addiction. Evidence-based treatment modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) are applied in our therapeutic programming to fit whatever method is best suited for the unique treatment of the individual. Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center’s clinical staff believes that many different styles of treatment should be used in conjunction to help the individual achieve success in their recovery goals. By providing a gender-specific living space, the Women’s Addiction Treatment Program at the Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center offers a safe space for individuals to process their experience with their peers. The therapeutic experience delivered from the clinical staff at Women’s Addiction Treatment Program at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center will provide a solid foundation for recovery from drugs or alcohol.
The Different Levels of Care at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center
We understand that obligations at home can make it hard to commit to attending treatment each day. However, family obligations should not exclude somebody from receiving quality addiction treatment services. It is for this reason that Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center also offers remote treatment options through the use of Telehealth Virtual Services with the Virtual PHP Program, the Virtual IOP Program, and the Virtual Outpatient Program.
Do You Struggle with Substance Abuse in the Wakefield, MA area?If you find yourself struggling with substance abuse and seeking freedom from addiction it is time to take the next step. Individuals addicted to drugs or alcohol will need assistance in most cases to get over the physical dependency that the substance has over the mind and body to avoid a potential relapse. Attempting to detox without medical assistance can be dangerous and pose a serious health risk. Admission to a medically supervised inpatient drug and alcohol detox facility is the first step to achieve recovery from drugs or alcohol. It is crucial for the individual to separate from drugs or alcohol to gain a clear enough mind to work on the underlying aspects of their addiction. Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center offers a high level of quality care for those struggling with substance use disorders. Through a comprehensive assessment and treatment plan, our admissions team will help find placement at a top-rated inpatient drug and alcohol detox facility where individuals will be safely stabilized during the withdrawal process from drugs and alcohol. After the drug or alcohol addicted individual has been stabilized from the physical withdrawals, they can begin their journey on the path to recovery through one of the Drug Treatment Programs at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center.
Individual Therapy Sessions
- Dialectic Behavioral Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Trauma Informed Therapy
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy
- EMDR Trauma Therapy
- Therapeutic Family Reintegration
- Motivational Interviewing
- Building Life Skills
- Smaller and more intimate groups
- Trauma Informed Environment
- Anger and Stress Management
- Stages of Change and Barriers
- Self Help Education: 12 Step Modalities
- Relapse Prevention
- Interpersonal Skills and Family Relationships
- Coping with Trauma
- Co-Occurring Disorders
- Expressive Art Therapy
- Neuroscience Psychoeducation
- Tobacco Education
- HIV/STD Education
- Assist in aftercare planning
- Connections to safe, supportive, and reputable sober living homes
- Aid in providing medical leave or short-term disability paperwork to protect your employment (or Occupational Assistance)
- Provide referrals to outside medical providers
- Assist in applying for federal or state funded benefits
- Advocation regarding legal issues
- Assist in Utilizing and navigating Community Resources