Exclusively Serving Women Suffering from Addictions for Over 40 Years
Addiction Treatment Program. Treating Women, Pregnant Women, and Women with Children.
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Alcoholism and addiction affect one out of every ten women in the United States. New Directions for Women has committed to exclusively healing women for over forty years. Choosing the right women’s drug rehab can be difficult. We understand the issues women of all ages face, including recovering through grief and loss, healing from trauma, and building healthy relationships. Our treatment team designs an individualized treatment plan for each woman to heal their body, mind, and spirit.
Pregnant Women and Mothers With Children
We are proud to be one of the few facilities in the world that welcomes a pregnant woman in any trimester, as well as mothers with their children. Children receive services in our daycare while our mothers are in clinical programming. Young kids get to walk alongside their Moms on their family recovery journey and build a strong bond during the experience. Women without children also find healing at our sanctuary. It is part of every woman’s journey to learn how addiction affects their family system, so our family program is integral to our work.
Women of all Ages
By choice, our women’s drug and alcohol program includes women from 18 up to 90. It is a powerful experience for young women and mature women to learn from each other. Our treatment team empowers the healing of intergenerational relationships, and the wisdom that is passed on in this environment. Our mature women have unique issues that are addressed in specialized clinical programming, as do our younger women in separate programming.
From Addiction to Recovery – Inspirational Stories of Courage
Saving the lives of women of all ages, women with children and pregnant women affected by alcoholism, other addictions and related issues.
Our Core Values
Excellence – “Setting Standards”
Spiritual – “Soul Centered”
Integrity – “Moral Soundness”
Diversity – “Inclusive”
Addiction Information Blog
Being a Single Mother Has Its Challenges Being a mom is a rewarding and beautiful experience. But, let’s be honest. Raising a child is not always a walk in the park. In fact, it is one of the greatest challenges women face in the course of their lives. Motherhood can be difficult, frustrating, and downright […]
Our alumnae make a difference in the community in so many ways. Many of them join their children’s school PTA, volunteer for various nonprofits, and advocate for recovery by sharing their stories and being a living example. Our alumnae are breaking the stigma surrounding addiction and mental health by using their influence and platforms to […]
The founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, Bill Wilson, created the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935. Since then, the 12 Steps have played an integral role for people who want to live and enjoy a sober lifestyle. The 12 Steps serve as a spiritual guide to sober living. They encourage people to turn their lives over […]
What is a Dual-Diagnosis? A dual-diagnosis, also known as a co-occurring disorder, is a term given to people who experience a substance use disorder and a mental illness simultaneously. The 2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health reported that approximately 9.2 million Americans are dually-diagnosed. There is no way to tell how many people […]