Cocaine addiction was once considered a man’s problem, and with good reason. Cocaine, like most amphetamines, inspires feelings of invincibility and skyrocketing confidence. Historically the jobs that rewarded this kind of behavior were dominated by males, though today a shifting landscape has rendered such distinctions outdated.
Women are becoming addicted to cocaine today far more often than they used to, but it wasn’t until recently that a substantive and competent support community arose to help. For too long, women’s recovery efforts were folded carelessly into those of men-a poor match, especially in programs that prized hard manual labor and the like. Today a kinder and more compassionate trend has spawned new options in women’s recovery, and untold hundreds are benefiting daily.
Orchid Recovery Centre is leading the charge. Our unique combination of approaches combines the best of modern medicine and holistic healing, offering stout support for the mind, body and soul. From yoga and art therapy to in-depth storytelling and experiential therapy, this is a program that leaves nothing to chance in the battle against this terrible disease.
The hallmark of what we do here is inspiring lasting bonds among our members. It is no secret that women tend to do far better in recovery where community counts, and the Orchid approach takes pains to create powerful communal bonds throughout your stay. Engage the program with patience and energy and you should come away clean, sober, and proud to call a new group of women your friends.