Something that is important to remember is that addiction doesn’t discriminate between gender. However, in many families, the woman is the caretaker of the household. She is always on the go in some way, shape, or form. Whether she is working on developing her career so that she can better provide for her family or whether she runs everything at home or both, a woman can easily feel overwhelmed at any given point in her day or her life. If that woman is struggling with addiction, however, this disease is something that can only increase the feelings of stress and anxiety. While addiction can be a terrible disease, help is always available when you reach out to the right team of individuals. 

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.

At The Source, we strive to provide our female clients with the holistic level of care that they need during this stage of their life. We help every woman develop a treatment plan that can help them to take the steps that they need to take to work through their addiction and lead a healthier and more fulfilling life. 

Why Choose a Women’s Focused Rehab? 

Sadly, there are many women that struggle to recover from the impact of addiction if they aren’t surrounded by the right group of people. For instance, if you suffered from some type of physical or psychological trauma at the hands of a man, you may not feel comfortable being around men during the time that you’re in treatment. While this feeling may change as you progress along in your treatment journey, it’s important during the early stages of your recovery that you feel completely comfortable with the process. 

 

Something that may be recommended as you begin your recovery journey is that you first commit to a detox program. Detox is a critical aspect of your overall treatment because it’s possible that during the first few hours and days of your sobriety, you may feel physically or psychologically unwell. A structured detox program will provide you with the safe and sober environment that you need during this stage of your recovery. Withdrawal can have a severe toll on your well-being which could result in you being unable to care for yourself during this period of time. The Source has partnered with numerous detox facilities throughout the Austin area that can provide you with the immediate care that you need. During your initial call with our intake team, we strongly encourage you to be completely upfront and honest regarding your addiction. While some of the details may be uncomfortable to share, doing so will only help our intake team better prepare for your time both in detox as well as recovery.  

Rehab for Expecting Mothers 

Learning that you’re pregnant should be a time in your life that is a cause for excitement and joy. However, when you find yourself lost in the cycle of drug or alcohol addiction, that joy could quickly change to fear. At that point, not only are you putting your physical well-being at risk but the physical well-being of your unborn child as well. In many cases, expecting mothers need to change the environment around them to ensure that they receive the help and the care that they need. One of the best decisions that you can make for yourself if you’re an expecting mother that is suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol is to commit to a partial hospitalization program. This structured program will give you the chance to take advantage of living in one of our beautiful single-family residences and have around-the-clock access to your treatment team. Better yet, your recovery progress as well as your physical and psychological well-being will be closely monitored by your treatment team regardless of the day and the time. 

Rehab for Women with Children 

If you have children, then you may feel that it would be difficult if not impossible to be able to commit to a partial hospitalization program. Many women mistakenly think that they would not be able to commit to a treatment program without committing to a partial hospitalization program. However, at The Source, we provide every client with the opportunity to take advantage of an outpatient program that may fit better into your schedule. Regardless of whether you have children or you simply have full-time work or school responsibilities, an outpatient program can help you to see to those important responsibilities while still receiving the help and the care that you need when it comes to your struggles with addiction. 

Women that take advantage of an outpatient program will have more flexibility in comparison to our partial hospitalization program. You can opt to participate in an intensive outpatient program that requires a minimum of nine hours of therapeutic care per week or a general outpatient program that requires a minimum of four hours of therapeutic care per week. If your work or school schedule changes and you need to make a shift in the details of your treatment, simply let your team know and we will do everything that we can to adjust. 

Benefits of Women’s Only Program 

A women’s only program comes with a certain peace of mind that you will be surrounded by other women that have a complete understanding of how you are feeling as you work through your recovery journey. The Source Treatment Center team understands the life-altering ways that addiction can impact any woman. If you’re a woman and you find yourself struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you can take comfort in the fact that our treatment team is here to provide you with the personalized level of care that you need when you’re ready to take these life-changing steps. Our intake team is available around the clock to help get you started on what you need to do to overcome your addiction to alcohol. If you would like to learn more about how drug or alcohol rehab can benefit mothers or pregnant women, please get in touch with us today 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.