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The Rose of Lakeview Health | Jacksonville, Florida

Our women’s addiction treatment program provides a comprehensive approach to help female patients heal and begin their journey towards long-term recovery. Our gender responsive women’s inpatient rehab is tailored to address the specific needs of women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.

Why Women's Only Addiction Treatment?

When women participate in gender-specific treatment programs, they stay in treatment longer and according to research, women experience better outcomes in gender-specific treatment. It’s a well-documented fact that the longer a patient stays in treatment, the less likely they are to relapse. Therefore, gender-specific programs can reduce relapse rates and increase the chance of lifelong, sustained sobriety. But that’s true for both men and women – so what is it about a gender-specific treatment program that causes women to stay in treatment longer?

A Safe Space to Address Trauma and Co-Occurring Disorders

The Rose at Lakeview Health in Jacksonville, Florida gives women a safe, nurturing, and empowering environment to explore issues, and the result is that we see results every day. While everyone is different, and not every woman develops addictions for the same reasons, the pattern of these breakthrough moments generally looks like this:

A female patient discusses a past traumatic experience. She pauses, then says “That probably explains why I withdrew from my family and got so depressed, and…that probably explains why I started drinking when I was 15. And that…well. That’s why I’m here today.”

Do You Have Questions About our Women's Inpatient Rehab?

Call Lakeview Health to speak with one of our addiction specialists. Our representatives can answer questions about what to expect while in treatment, what services are available, and what your options for coverage may be.