Women’s Long-Term Residential Treatment: 60- and 90-Day Programs
Many women cannot receive the intensive and structured treatment they need in the two or three weeks of treatment some facilities offer. What is required is a much richer and longer program to attain the balance they need to sustain their newfound sobriety back into the world.
Overcoming addiction to drugs or alcohol means much more than simply discontinuing the substance. Intensive, long-term care is sometimes necessary to restore a sense of wholeness after substance abuse has robbed you of a healthy life.
Hannah’s House provides long-term inpatient treatment options for women, including 60 and 90-day residential treatment programs tailored to individual needs.
What is women’s long-term residential treatment?
At Hannah’s House, long-term residential treatment refers to inpatient rehab options that last two months or longer. In addition to shorter lengths of stay, we provide 60-day and 90-day stays that offer structured programs with gender-specific modalities and therapies.
How does long-term residential treatment work?
Long-term residential treatment at Hannah’s House begins with a detoxification process to cut off the supply of harmful substances. You or a loved one will be fully supported through this time. Medical detoxes are performed under medical supervision and closely monitored by our experienced clinical staff.
After the detox, our residential treatment is followed by either 60 or 90 days of substance abuse therapy and continuing care planning at our Texas location.
Women’s long-term residential treatment includes:
- Safe living accommodations
- Family programming and support
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)–strategies to modify attitudes towards drug and alcohol use
- Meditation and mindfulness training
- Experimental activities such as problem-solving initiatives, trust activities and cooperative games
Why do I need long-term residential treatment?
Long-term residential programs are ideal for those struggling with a history of relapse or those with addictions and co-occurring mental health disorders. Long-term care options allow people to get more thorough and deeper treatment for trauma that might be tied to addiction.
Trusted Long-Term Treatment for Women in South Texas
Women who suffer from challenges with recovery or who experience multiple relapses following a more typical shorter-term treatment program are better suited for long-term treatment. Long-term treatment is also beneficial for people who require healing from deep traumas.
Substance abuse affects everyone differently. A one-size-fits-all, single treatment approach is not always the answer. For some women, a rehab center with long-term residential treatment significantly improves the chances of achieving lifelong stability.
Hannah’s House is the ideal place for you or a loved one to find wholeness after addiction has seriously disrupted your life.