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woman fidgeting with hair during individual therapy at the Women’s Rehab Centers in ohMen and women have different needs when going through treatment for substance abuse. However, women are actually less likely to seek treatment for addiction, yet develop more severe substance abuse problems than men. This means that a high-quality addiction treatment center is essential for women to overcome substance abuse. Therefore, we offer a women’s rehab program at Midwest Recovery. Every individual in our care receives a unique treatment plan, and in our women’s rehab, we can personalize these plans to address the specific needs of women.

In our women’s rehab program in Toledo, OH, you’ll find a safe space in which you can start to work through your experiences with addiction. You’ll also develop a network of support that can help you in the early stages of recovery and beyond. At Midwest Recovery, our goal is for you to leave our women’s rehab program with the tools you need for lasting recovery and healthy, happy life free from drugs and alcohol.

Is a Women’s Rehab Center Right for You?

In a mixed-gender treatment setting, you could encounter some obstacles to success. Since men and women have different experiences with substance abuse, some of your time in treatment would be spent discussing problems that typically affect men. You also might not feel as comfortable speaking up in a mixed-gender setting. However, in Midwest Recovery’s women’s rehab center, you’ll find the space to discuss issues affecting you and your sobriety. You can discuss motherhood, relationships, children, and family with other women. And you might find that it’s easier to talk about issues like harassment and discrimination in the workplace without the presence of men.

Many women with substance abuse issues have also experienced past trauma like domestic violence or sexual assault. In order to cope with resulting feelings of shame, anger, depression, or anxiety, they may have turned to drugs and alcohol. And if this trauma was at the hands of a male partner or acquaintance, a mixed-gender group might not feel safe. However, at Midwest Recovery, our staff understands these experiences and can help you work through them.

In our women’s rehab program, you’ll be able to lean on other women for support who have walked down similar roads. You’ll work towards recovery together and begin to rebuild your lives.

Our Women’s Rehab Center

While women respond to drugs and alcohol differently than men in a physical way, they also have different emotional responses than men. We take these needs into account when creating our personalized treatment plans. In our women’s rehab, you’ll find a safe, welcoming space. Some of the benefits of choosing a women-only addiction treatment program include the following:

  • Freer communication in group therapy settings and with staff members
  • A distraction-free environment
  • The ability to form a strong network of support with other women
  • Unique treatment plans for each patient
  • Planning for the future during your sessions

At Midwest Recovery, you’ll also find staff members who care about your well-being. Our goal is to help you overcome addiction and find lasting sobriety.

Learn More About Women’s Programs at Midwest Recovery Center

If you are feeling hopeless in the face of addiction, you are not alone. Our women’s rehab program will connect you with the help you need to break free from addiction and rebuild your life. In addition to our women’s rehab, we offer the following programs to help you begin your recovery, including:

  • Partial hospitalization program
  • Intensive outpatient program
  • Outpatient treatment program
  • Adolescent treatment program
  • Community housing
  • Alumni program
  • Substance abuse treatment programs
  • Alcohol addiction treatment program
  • Drug addiction treatment program

Don’t let addiction have its hold on you any longer. Contact Midwest Recovery by calling 833.627.0039 or using our secure online form, and take the first step towards recovery today.

It’s Never Too Late for Recovery