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man talking with therapist at the men's rehab center in ohAt Midwest Recovery, we understand that substance abuse treatment cannot be one-size-fits-all. Every individual in our care has a different story, and we tailor our treatment plans to their unique needs. That’s why we offer both a men’s and women’s rehab program in our addiction treatment center. It is known that substance abuse affects men and women differently. Men are more likely than women to develop a substance use disorder. And many of them will never seek treatment although professional help could help them overcome addiction.

Men are often encouraged to suppress their emotions, even from a young age. Society presents ideal men as being stoic and capable of handling their problems themselves. However, the reality of addiction is that it’s nearly impossible to overcome alone. Substance abuse alters brain chemistry and makes your body dependent on drugs or alcohol to function. Without the help of an addiction treatment center and medical detox, many individuals will relapse and fall back into the cycle of addiction. Yet in a men’s rehab center, you’ll meet others with similar struggles. Real change happens when you start to understand the root causes of addiction, and in a gender-specific setting, you can begin to heal.

In our men’s rehab program, every individual in our care receives a personalized treatment plan. Our goal is to give you the tools you need to achieve lasting sobriety. You can begin to rebuild your life at Midwest Recovery. Learn more about our men’s rehab center and contact us today.

The Importance of a Men’s Rehab Center

Men and women face different struggles with substance abuse. And for many men, the pressure society puts on them to avoid seeming weak or fragile can hinder their success in overcoming addiction. When women are present in a treatment setting, men might become distracted. However, in a men-only program, they’ll be able to open up without feeling self-conscious. It can also take men longer to open up about their struggles. In a group with their peers, they can take their time.

Men might also struggle with anger issues or types of past trauma that women do not deal with to the same extent. At Midwest Recovery, our therapists understand these experiences and can also assist you in understanding how they can influence addiction.

Men’s Rehab at Midwest Recovery Center

In our men’s rehab program, we know that recovery can be a complicated process. However, with the help of experienced professionals, you can begin to rebuild your life. Substance abuse can cause damage to relationships, finances, and more. But lasting recovery is possible. Once you arrive at Midwest Recovery, you’ll go through an assessment process. Our team will design a treatment plan for you based on your unique needs. In our men’s rehab program, you’ll experience the following benefits of a gender-specific program:

  • Gender-exclusive group therapy can help you open up and begin to understand the underlying causes of addiction
  • Our team can target the psychological and emotional issues that specifically affect men
  • You’ll be more comfortable expressing emotion in group therapy with other men
  • You’ll meet other men who have experienced similar struggles and can form a strong network of support

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, reach out for help from our men’s rehab center at Midwest Recovery. Reach out for more information and let us help you find the road to recovery.

Learn More About Midwest Recovery Center

In addition to our men’s rehab program in Toledo, we offer the following addiction treatment programs:

  • Partial hospitalization program
  • Intensive outpatient program
  • Outpatient treatment program
  • Community housing
  • Alumni program
  • Alcohol addiction treatment program
  • Drug addiction treatment program

Learn more by reaching out to our team of addiction specialists today. Call Midwest Recovery at 833.627.0039 or contact us online. Don’t hesitate to take the first step to overcome addiction.

It’s Never Too Late for Recovery