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Crack Cocaine Addiction

Crack cocaine is a growing problem across every stratum of the American economy. What began as a uniquely inner-city issue has since exploded into homes of every size, including a number of families without any history of drug abuse. The result is a brand-new population of suffering addicts, including a record number of American women in need.

For too long, most available treatment options were geared largely toward men. Although every race, age and gender experiences addiction similarly, it remains a fact that women tend to experience addiction in some distinct ways. Understanding the dynamics at work required a new body of research, and today a new generation of talented professionals is helping to crack the code of female addiction.

Foremost among these is Dr. Karen Dodge, an experienced therapist in the field of addictions. Her work has uncovered new pathways to lasting recovery that make use of mutuality and compassion, harnessing the particular power of community so many women crave. It’s not unusual for women to begin abusing crack cocaine because of persistent shame, guilt and depression, and the bond of sisterhood can act as a perfect solution.

Of course you’ll need to avail yourself of a diverse and professional recovery program-one that offers everything from holistic healing through sound medical care. Here at Orchid Recovery Center for Women, we believe we have created just such a sanctuary. If you want to undertake this journey in an environment that emphasizes trust and connectedness, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.

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