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Private Drug Rehab for Women

Let’s face it – drug and alcohol addictions make you do stupid things around other people.  You endanger others by driving around when you’re drunk.  You punch a friend or family member when you are high because you can’t control your impulses very well.  You might even blackout during a time you embarassed yourself in public while you were loaded, wanting to both forget and remember what happened. 

When it comes time for drug treatment, keeping your drug rehab “private” from others becomes all-important.  Also, choosing a “private” drug rehab (non-government funded) means that it is well-equipped to provide an individualized holistic treatment experience. 

Keeping Your Experience Private

When an addiction is active and full-blown, a great deal of denial exists.  You might even call this putting your “head in the sand.”  Hiding from the truth, blocking out reality, ignoring the consequences of your addiction. This is certainly one of the things that is dealt with openly in drug rehab.  However, denial in addiction is different than a desire for privacy during treatment.  Privacy is more about others respecting your boundaries rather than hiding, protection rather than pretending.  Certainly, there are some limits to privacy in residential drug treatment.  There are some expectations of group participation and sharing during therapeutic gatherings. 

What may be of greater concern is privacy from the outside.  Family members, old friends, work colleagues, and neighbors may be curious about what has happened to you.  Of course, there are restrictions and allowances for contact and sharing of information.  Even if a positive support person wants contact, it may not be in the best interests of the woman during that time in treatment.  Each situation can be taken individually; at the Orchid, a healthy level of privacy is well-respected.

Choosing an Individualized Private Drug Rehab Center

The other form of “private” that is important with a drug rehab center is private pay.  That simply means that a treatment center is not government funded.  Cost is often an important factor in making the decision to go to treatment.  However, consider how much money you may have spent on your addiction by purchasing your supply, paying late fees on bills you ignored, car repairs from your DUI that weren’t covered by insurance, medical bills from health problems made worse by your addiction.  By choosing the most well-suited drug rehab for your needs, you may have a better recovery experience and save yourself the future costs of prolonged addiction. 

As a woman with an addiction, you couldn’t choose a more specifically designed treatment center than the Orchid.  It was created with the unique needs of women, how they come into their addictions, and how they heal emotionally.  The calming holistic environment is actually part of the treatment – a more relaxed state of mind is induced by the simple yet beautiful surroundings.  The ancient therapies, the group and individual counseling, the nutritional counseling, and the underlying philosophy are second-to-none. 

The Orchid Meets Unique Needs of Women With Addictions

The staff at The Orchid will help you uncover and deal with the emotional pathways that directed you to your addiction.  Through these pathways, you will understand what you can do to become healthy and strong again.

Where do calls go?

Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Calls to any general helpline will be answered or returned by one of the treatment providers listed, each of which is a paid advertiser: ARK Behavioral Health, Recovery Helpline, Alli Addiction Services.

By calling the helpline you agree to the terms of use. We do not receive any commission or fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a caller chooses. There is no obligation to enter treatment.