There is hope.
Addiction is a complex neurobiological disease. It has a profound effect on the body, mind, and spirit of the sufferer, and those effects can be felt by the friends and loved ones around her. Like many other chronic diseases, it is progressive. If left untreated, addiction can be fatal.
The good news is that recovery, healing, and a return to a life of purpose are possible. There is hope.
Hannah’s House offers 12-Step education that can provide the direction and support women need for lasting sobriety. The 12-Step program and its network of fellowships was originally created to help its members develop a relationship with a Higher Power — whatever that may mean to the individual — and learn to live with honesty and faith through a model of sober, healthy living.
Integrated Clinical, Medical, and Spiritual Services
Hannah’s House, we integrate trauma-focused, evidence-based clinical and medical care for women within the time-honored 12-Step paradigm. We understand that quality addiction treatment designed especially for women must always take into account and address all aspects of wellness, including spirituality.
The professionals at Hannah’s House recognize that healthy neuropathways are actually created and enhanced through a person’s ongoing work with the 12-Steps. This 12-Step work helps to rewire the brain and promote a renewed sense of purpose.
When a woman engages in 12-Step practice, including obtaining a sponsor and sponsoring others, her recovery becomes less about relapse prevention and more about forging a clear path to a happy, joyous life of freedom from addiction. By connecting with a deeper sense of meaning, women pursuing recovery can positively change their lives as well as impact the lives of their loved ones.
We support this paradigm because:
- Those who actively work the 12-Steps learn to receive as well as offer support
- 12-Step support is a vital foundation for healthy sobriety
- 12-Step fellowships provide sober camaraderie
- 12-Step support provides a path to recovery for family members through programs such as Alateen, Al-Anon, and Adult Children of Alcoholics
12-Step Practice and Our Hannah’s House Workbooks
By focusing attention on clearly outlined 12-Step study and practice, we empower our female patients for long-term success. A passionate emphasis on actual 12-Step practice (rather than meeting attendance) is one of several key programmatic features that sets our Hannah’s House program for women apart from other addiction treatment providers. Our patients not only learn about the 12-Step fellowship but also create and enjoy an authentic, personal experience in the process.
Our treatment philosophy is built on several pillars of understanding:
- Engagement in the 12-Steps spiritual program of action leads to long-term recovery
- The 12-Steps are meant to be practiced and studied, not simply read
- 12-Step fellowships offer freedom from the powerlessness of addiction or alcoholism
- 12-Step practice continually renews the recovery journey
The multidisciplinary team of Hannah’s House professionals has developed an in-depth 12-Step curriculum that features small groups as well as our own 12-Step workbooks. These workbooks walk each patient through the 12-Step principles in an immersive and engaging approach that brings the “Big Book” to life in a way that empowers each woman to stay sober.
A Spiritual Program, Not a Religious One
Our carefully crafted 12-Step curriculum guides women toward spiritual principles such as willingness, honesty, and open-mindedness. Through group sessions, we teach each woman personal ways to engage in spiritual practices such as meditation and mindfulness training that are essential components of our programming. You need not consider yourself a religious person to find fulfillment in 12-Step recovery. Many people struggle with the concept of God or a Higher Power before they come to Hannah’s House.
Recovery That Is Abstinence-Based
Support for the Entire Family
There are ongoing 12-Step groups based on the philosophy that recovery is for the entire family. Some of these groups focus on the person with addiction while others guide women and their families in their own journeys of recovery.
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4405 Padre Blvd
South Padre Island, TX 78597
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