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The Art of Asking for Help Ending Substance Use

The Art of Asking for Help Ending Substance Use

Many women with substance use disorders may see asking for help as a sign of weakness, yet identifying the need for help is an early step in moving successfully towards recovery. The challenge is in recognizing the barriers (seen and unseen) to asking for help. Women...

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Creating an End to Codependency

Creating an End to Codependency

A part of achieving recovery comes from knowing how to form healthy connections with others. Yet, people with substance use disorders who struggle with codependency may not even recognize the dysfunction in their primary relationships. For instance, a woman could be...

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Should You Treat Substance Use Disorders Before Mental Health

Should You Treat Substance Use Disorders Before Mental Health

Even though the relationship between substance use and mental health has been clearly established, a disconnect still exists from the perspective of people who see these conditions as separate and focus on one over the other. The results of attempts to get treatment...

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Yesterday’s Trauma, Today’s Stress

Yesterday’s Trauma, Today’s Stress

If you made a list of what causes your stress, it’s likely everything on that list would have something in common: they might all be current. When we look at what’s in our immediate environment and our present-day lives as the only source of our stress, it’s...

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When Anxiety Symptoms Become Signs of Bigger Trouble for Women

When Anxiety Symptoms Become Signs of Bigger Trouble for Women

The relationship between untreated anxiety and substance use disorders is significant enough for women to become aware of how one may be influencing the other. For instance, a woman living with anxiety may turn to alcohol or drugs in an attempt to minimize or manage...

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Five Ways Gender-Specific Treatment for Women Works

Five Ways Gender-Specific Treatment for Women Works

Although gender-specific treatment of substance use disorders (SUDs) is not brand new, it’s still a novel concept to many people. As it’s not been implemented as a standard form of treatment in all facilities, the nature of how it works and what advantages it provides...

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Challenges Women Face in Recovery

Challenges Women Face in Recovery

It’s no surprise that the needs of women differ greatly from those of men. Certain characteristics that empower women can be the same things that hinder them in both treatment and ongoing recovery. Physical and genetic differences, gender expectations, and social...

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Healing the Family System at Hannah’s House

Healing the Family System at Hannah’s House

When addiction strikes, the entire family feels its painful effects.  Addiction equals pain – and not just for the person in recovery. Healing from addiction requires the help of every family member. Guiding your mother, daughter, sister, wife or partner to getting...

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Hannah’s House: Most Insurance Accepted

Aetna, UnitedHealthCare, Beacon, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (details)

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