Female Only Rehab Program for Addiction for Residents of Eatontown

It should come as no surprise that women can have a different set of experiences during the course of their life in comparison to a man. For example, going through the process of being pregnant and giving birth to a child is something that will leave a lifelong mark on any woman. There are also other darker experiences that a woman may have. For instance, statistics show that women are more likely to suffer abuse at the hands of a man. This type of trauma is something that can be rooted in a woman’s core and can cause her so much pain that she may turn to drugs or alcohol just to be able to manage what she is thinking or feeling. 

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.

Why Choose a Women’s Focused Rehab?

The Source Treatment Center team provides every woman that reaches out to us with the personalized level of care that they need to navigate through these traumatic experiences with our trauma-based rehab. Regardless of whether you decide to utilize our personal hospitalization program or you’re more well-suited for one of our outpatient programs, you can take comfort in the fact that we will provide you with the healing environment that you need to work through your addiction. 


Rehab for Expecting Mothers 

Ordinarily, learning that you’re expecting a child is an incredibly happy and exciting time in your life. However, if you’re in active addiction, learning that you’re pregnant could cause you to feel scared and apprehensive about your life in general. When you make the commitment to come to The Source Treatment Center, you will have the option to work through a partial hospitalization program. This type of program allows you to live in one of our incredible single-family residences which helps you to change the people, places, and things around you for a period of time. A partial hospitalization program comes with a weekly 25 hours of commitment to therapy per week. During the time that you’re not in therapy, you will have the option to explore some of the sober-friendly locations around where you’re living and also take advantage of some of the beautiful amenities of our single-family residence. You also have the comfort of knowing that your recovery team is available around the clock to see to any needs that you have whether they are in connection to your addiction or your pregnancy. 

Rehab for Women with Children 

If you already have children, you may find it impossible to commit to a partial hospitalization program. That doesn’t mean that you don’t have any recovery options available to you, however. At THe Source, we offer women who have children the chance to commit to an intensive outpatient program or a general outpatient program which provides much more flexibility. An intensive outpatient program requires that you complete a minimum of nine hours of therapeutic treatment per week whereas a general outpatient program requires at least four hours of therapeutic treatment per week. 

An outpatient program is an excellent option not only if you have children but also if you have full-time or part-time work or school responsibilities. You may be in a situation where it’s imperative for the well-being of your family to maintain these responsibilities. Our team will work closely with you to develop a treatment schedule that will not interfere with these responsibilities so that you don’t have to worry about choosing between one or the other. 

Benefits of a Women’s Only Program 

There are several reasons why a woman may decide to commit to a women’s only program. Some examples include: 


There is something that is freeing and comforting when you speak with other women about situations that you have been in that a man may not have experienced. For example, if you went through a particularly difficult pregnancy or if you suffered some type of physical or psychological abuse at the hands of a man, these are all occurrences that a man certainly can empathize with but likely will not understand. 


The more that you share, particularly during group therapy, you will see that there are other women that have gone through the same experiences as you. During group therapy, you will have an excellent opportunity to connect with the other women that are in your group about events that may have happened in your life that caused your trauma. As you begin to talk and share more, you have the peace of mind of knowing that you’re sharing with other people in a safe environment. These interactions can help you to build personal relationships with other women that are in your group which will ultimately help you to grow your system of support. 

Establish Healthy Routines 

One of the leading benefits of working through a women’s only program is the fact that you will have the chance to develop healthy routines that will help you to keep your sobriety in place. For example, if you decide to go for a walk, getting some fresh air and being in the sun can help you to refocus and refresh yourself if you’re having a stressful day. Better yet, if you decide to go for a walk with another woman that is in your group, you can talk about what you may be thinking or feeling or you may be able to lend a listening ear to her. 

At The Source Treatment Center, we pride ourselves on offering our clients a unique level of care that they will be hard-pressed to find anywhere else. We understand that women face different types of challenges in comparison to men which is why we go out of our way to ensure that any woman that comes to our Fort Lauderdale treatment facility feels comfortable and confident in their decision. For more information about the treatment programs at The Source, we encourage you to get in touch with us at (800) 204-0418

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.