Treatment for Women
Women are bio-psycho-socially distinct. We have unique needs, motivations, and barriers to receiving treatment. CARE for Women is a new out-patient treatment program that begins in September 2016. It is a trauma-informed and best-practice designed program that is facilitated by credentialed staff in a safe and supportive group setting, specifically for women.
The CARE approach is an abstinence based, clinical model that combines psychological testing, assessment and therapy, with 12-step recovery foundations. CARE for Women is designed for women who struggle with substance use disorders in combination with depression, trauma-related issues, anxiety, or other mental health challenges. CARE for Women is completed over three months in two phases.
CARE for Women is generously funded by the
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PHASE I: CARE Intensive Day Program (Two weeks)
The foundation for treatment and recovery takes place during 10 classroom sessions that are scheduled from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on weekdays. Treatment includes:
- Psychometric-specific psychological testing and assessment
- Detailed, prescribed treatment plan
- Biopsycho-social-spiritual educational programming and support materials
- Access to a Psychologist to review test results and plan treatment
- Group therapy
- Introduction to 12-step recovery
PHASE II: CARE Relapse Prevention Program (10 Weeks)
During a 90 minute weekly group session women develop:
- Relapse prevention planning skills
- Healthy trigger response
- Strategies for managing mental health
- Self-discovery and accountability
Program Fee & Financial Support
Recovery Acres is a not for profit agency and registered charity. We strive to maintain affordable and accessible treatment programs. Subsidized options are available for women who qualify.
To apply: https://www.medicard.com/apply-now.php
CARE for Women is scheduled to allow mothers to drop off and pick up school-aged children before and after program hours. Women with younger children can access in-house child-minding services during the CARE Intensive Day Program.
Potential participants must be free from drug or alcohol consumption prior to entering the program.
Psychological stability is required in order to enter this program. Individuals diagnosed in an acute state of psychological instability must be stabilized through prescribed treatment directives prior to attending the Intensive Day Program. Women who are in active psychosis are not appropriate candidates for this model of treatment.