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Finding Women’s-Only Day Treatment in Utah

For some women struggling with addiction, a gender-specific rehab program could be ideal. Whether it’s because their struggle involves mostly women-only issues such as pregnancy complications, or it’s because they have unresolved trauma related to men, women in rehab may find it difficult to share their experiences with men. That’s why some rehab facilities offer…

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Physical Effects of Opiate Use in Women

The U.S. opioid epidemic is affecting more women than men. And while medical science has evolved since the 1880s, when women became dependent on laudanum tinctures prescribed by their doctors, opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment remains mostly gender-neutral. However, some rehab facilities do offer women’s opiate addiction treatment programs. Gender-specific rehab programs could make a…

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Getting Help for Women’s Alcohol Addiction in Utah

If you’re looking for a professional women’s alcohol addiction treatment program, you or someone you care about will have the best chance at overcoming an alcohol-related problem. Whether the problem is drinking too much, drinking too fast, or drinking too often, alcohol-related issues are among the most significant public health concerns in the country. More…

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Utah Stimulant Addiction Treatment for Women

In places like Utah, stimulant addiction treatment programs are not that difficult to find. Stimulant addiction is one of the more well-known substance use disorders. Experts typically recommend professional treatment to people that want to overcome stimulant addiction. Stimulants result in increased activity in the body. Sometimes referred to as “uppers,” drugs like this are…

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Reach Your Addiction Recovery Goals in 2022

What makes women’s addiction recovery goals different from men’s? Nothing, really—but only if you don’t take gender-specific issues into consideration. Women physically, psychologically, and emotionally handle alcohol and drugs differently and therefore have different needs than men when it comes to addiction treatment and sobriety maintenance. With that in mind, it makes sense that women’s…