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Crack Rehab for Women

Crack cocaine use is on the rise, and not just for denizens of the inner city. Today this powerful and addictive drug is finding its way into bedrooms, lofts, office spaces, and more, sending its tentacles deep into the middle class. Needless to say, the need for quality, compassionate, and professional care has gained newfound urgency as the drug has spread.

If you’ve been through the cycle of recovery and relapse before, you may have found yourself frustrated by the relentless sameness of most approaches. One issue may be at fault: most addiction programs are geared almost exclusively toward the needs of men. It may not surprise you to learn that women exhibit an entirely different constellation of psychosocial issues surrounding addiction, and that many respond far more positively to treatments that address these needs in specific ways.

At Orchid recovery Center, women are invited into an affirming and intense community. Residents of the program share their histories, offer guidance, and benefit from a wide range of therapies together, building much-needed trust and esteem along the way. Each woman who attends gets approximately 36 hours of therapy a week, including such diverse approaches as spiritual counseling, meditation, yoga, and private psychotherapy.

It’s no secret that crack cocaine can wreak havoc in the lives of drug addicts. If you’ve been on the lookout for more personalized and compassionate care, we urge you to get in contact with the professionals at Orchid recovery Center today.

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