Specialty Addiction Treatment Programs

There is not a-one-size-fits-all approach to substance abuse treatment. Although there are several basic treatment objectives for every patient who has a drug or alcohol addiction, treatment must be individualized for the population it serves. Women, the gay community, particular religions, and those at the extremes of age all may require intensely individualized substance abuse programs.

Women’s Drug Rehab
Women in need of rehabilitation from drugs and/or alcohol may require specialized services. See how issues such as impaired relationships, guilt, shame and a history of trauma influence a substance abuse treatment plan.

Christian Alcohol and Drug Rehab
Although there are drug and alcohol addiction programs for people of all faiths, some of the most common rehabs are geared toward treating Christians. Learn how recovery programs can apply Christian principles to drug and alcohol addiction treatment.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Dual diagnosis treatment is developed specifically for those who struggle with emotional or mental health disorders, along with an alcohol or drug dependence.

Holistic Alcohol and Drug Rehab
The holistic approach to drug and alcohol addiction treatment attempts to encompass the mind, body and spirit. This approach is useful for some, but is most effective when blended with traditional therapies.

LGBT and Gay-Friendly Alcohol and Drug Rehab
The gay and lesbian population is at greater risk of developing a substance abuse disorder. Find out how these programs can help drug- and alcohol-dependent LGBT people recover.

Senior Citizen Alcohol and Drug Rehab
Addiction occurs in the senior community, including alcohol, prescription drugs or even illegal street drugs. This page covers the information to select an appropriate facility for your older loved one or yourself.

Teen Drug Addiction and Treatment
Adolescent alcohol and drug abuse is a devastating reality. The underdeveloped brain is particularly vulnerable to the toxic effects of substances of abuse.