More and more research shows that women who suffer from substance use disorder, trauma, and/or co-occurring disorders have unique treatment needs. This is partly because addiction and trauma are so intertwined. As many as 80 percent of women seeking treatment for substance use report lifetime histories of sexual and/or physical assault, according to studies.
About Our Trauma-Informed Women’s Substance Use Treatment Approaches
At The Willows at Red Oak Recovery, we address trauma alongside addiction treatment to help women overcome any underlying issues fueling self-destructive behavior that arise from the trauma itself. Our trauma-informed addiction treatment programs utilize an integrated approach – based on theory, research, and clinical experience – and includes the following modalities:
Making Women Count at The Willows at Red Oak Recovery
Our substance use treatment program for women is centered on providing freedom from the destructive thoughts, actions, and self-sabotage that stem from trauma and addiction. We pride ourselves on ensuring a safe and supportive environment that helps young adult women as they learn to address the past and enhance the quality of their day-to-day living.
The many highlights of The Willows at Red Oak Recovery:
- Safety – Our facility provides physical and emotional safety for all of our female clients.
- Peer support – Our small program provides individualized care as well as peer support with a group of close-knit women.
- Respect – Our staff is committed to honoring and respecting you as you begin your road to recovery.
- Collaboration – We encourage your loved ones to be part of the recovery process.
- Reflection – Our expansive, open spaces are perfect for meditation, stillness, and connecting with nature.
Finding the Help You Need
If you’re looking for trauma-informed addiction therapy services for yourself or for someone you love, The Willows at Red Oak Recovery is the perfect place; click here to learn more About The Willows at Red Oak Recovery. We understand the widespread impact of trauma and will guide you on a path for recovery. To learn more, call 866.457.7590.