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Women’s Rehab Program


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group therapy in a women's rehab programFamily, work, and other responsibilities can make it difficult for women to take time away from caring for others to focus on their own well-being. Athens Recovery’s women’s rehab program provides a safe, supportive environment where women can break free from the cycle of addiction and build a life in recovery. We understand the unique challenges women can face in recovery, and our gender-specific program allows for tailored care to meet the individual needs of each person we serve.

Whether you’re struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, our personalized treatment programs are designed to get you back on the path to recovery. A wide range of evidence-based therapies, a supportive community, and multiple levels of care are all part of our women’s rehab program, providing the structure and support you need to move forward.

Ready to take the next step towards a life in recovery? Call 844.959.4998 or reach out online to learn more about our Athens, GA addiction treatment programs today.

Roadblocks Women Can Face on the Journey to Recovery

Women often face unique barriers to treatment that can make seeking help difficult. One common obstacle is the stigma surrounding substance misuse. Some people might feel ashamed or embarrassed to admit they have a problem, especially if they think others may judge them harshly. Additionally, women are more likely than men to be primary caregivers for children or aging parents, making it challenging to find time for treatment.

Another challenge for women in recovery is dealing with trauma. There’s a high prevalence of trauma among women with substance use disorders. In many cases, unresolved trauma can contribute to addiction, and the process of healing from painful experiences can be a long and challenging one. To address these roadblocks, our women’s rehab program incorporates trauma-focused therapy to help clients move toward healing.

What to Expect in Our Women's Rehab Program

At Athens Recovery, our women’s rehab program is designed to provide clients with a supportive, compassionate environment where they can heal and grow. Our gender-specific setting offers a safe space where women can share their experiences with others who understand their struggles. Our comprehensive approach to treatment includes a range of evidence-based therapies and treatments, including:

Family Therapy

Addiction can impact every member of your family, and these therapy sessions provide a safe space to discuss how substance misuse has impacted relationships and start rebuilding trust

Group Therapy

Our group sessions create a sense of community, allowing clients to share their experiences and learn from each other in a supportive environment.

Individual Counseling

Our counselors are experienced professionals who understand the unique challenges women can face during recovery. Working one-on-one with a counselor, you’ll gain insight into your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors as you build the life skills needed for a successful recovery.

Trauma Therapy

Our women’s rehab program includes evidence-based trauma therapy that can help address unresolved issues and build a stronger foundation for recovery.

Our program recognizes that each client’s journey to recovery is unique. That’s why we offer personalized treatment plans designed to help each woman achieve her individual goals. Our experienced staff includes licensed therapists, certified addiction counselors, and other specialists who are committed to helping women succeed in their recovery efforts.

Connect with the Athens Recovery Team Today to Get Started

If you or a woman you love is struggling with addiction, we invite you to learn more about our women’s rehab program at Athens Recovery. Our caring, experienced staff is dedicated to providing women with the tools and support they need to achieve lasting recovery. Contact us today at 844.959.4998 or reach out online to get started on the path to a healthier, more fulfilling life without the burden of addiction.