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Gender Specific Treatment

What is Gender-Specific Treatment for Addiction?

Gender-specific addiction treatment is a form of therapy that is tailored to the needs of women who are suffering from substance abuse. Gender-specific treatment aims to help women develop a positive self-image and combat negative stereotypes that can lead to addiction.

Benefits of Gender-Specific Treatment Programs

Treatment Services

A typical gender-specific treatment program will involve group therapy, individual counseling, and family education. The group sessions are designed to build confidence and give women a safe place to talk about their experiences with addiction. Individual counseling is used to address any specific issues that may be contributing to the woman’s substance abuse problem. Finally, the family education component helps parents learn how best to support their daughter in recovery without enabling her behavior or enabling her relapse back into addiction.

Call New Hope Health Today!

If you’re interested in learning more about gender-specific addiction treatment or would like more information on how it could benefit your daughter, please contact us, or fill out the form at the bottom of this page. The highly trained staff at New Hope Health will reach out and do everything they can to help you get the help you need.

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Take charge of your journey to recovery.

At New Hope Health in Tennessee, we offer free insurance verification for our clients who feel they need some help. When you contact us, we will carry out the thorough analysis of your addiction problem, and then recommend a workable drug treatment program. Next, we will contact your insurance provider on your behalf and verify your benefits. We will also let you know if you will be responsible for any out-of-pocket expense not covered under your plan.