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Addiction Recovery For Women

womensAddiction is a problem impacting millions of women of all ages and ethnicities in the United States. Unfortunately, many women put off treatment because of guilt and shame, cultural expectations, or family reasons. Hope by the Sea offers residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs tailored to women 18 and over.


Women and men respond to addiction (and treatment) in different ways. When women become mentally and physically dependent on a substance, they show earlier signs, face more severe symptoms, and deal with mental health complications more often than male counterparts. Designed to meet the unique emotional, psychological, medical, and social needs of participants, our CA rehab programs help adult women get their lives back on track.

 

Women's Rehab Program

Hope by the Sea's treatment program offers a well-rounded balance of services. From early recovery to aftercare planning, each phase of the process teaches women to reflect on their decisions, change destructive behaviors, find serenity, and begin to love themselves again. Our women's addiction treatment services include:

 

  • Intervention & Detox
  • Insurance advocacy
  • Disease education
  • Group & individual therapy sessions
  • Family therapy programs
  • Sobriety college programs
  • Young adult programs
  • Dual-diagnosis therapies
  • 12-step meetings
  • Social gatherings
  • Fitness & exercise
  • Nutritional guidance
  • Rest & relaxation
  • Aftercare planning & transitional support

Speak to an Addiction Specialist
About Our Program for Women

866.930.4673

Hope by the Sea programs allow participants to learn from experience, manage stress without relying on substances, and position themselves for post-rehab success and a healthy lifestyle. While living at our facility, clients also have the opportunity to bring loved ones into the recovery process. Our family program was created to educate and empower family members to begin their personal emotional recovery while lending support to an addicted loved one.

 

Inquire about Addiction Recovery for Women

If you or a woman you love has fallen into the trap of substance abuse and addiction, we can help. Our reputable drug and alcohol rehab program accepts many insurance plans, and our Admissions Department can assist you with insurance authorization, financing, and self-payment options. At Hope by the Sea, we desire to not only help women achieve sobriety—but to return them to a life filled with hope and joy. Call or email today to choose Hope and begin the journey to transformation.

 

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Each and every one of you have touched my heart and I feel so blessed to have found such a loving and supportive family in HBTS.

- K.G.

Thank you so much for everything that you have done for me!! You have made me a totally different person and you have no idea how grateful I am for that.

- T.S.

You treated me with dignity and gave me the hope that I could make it. Thank you especially for putting me in the executive house.

- T.S.

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