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 Addiction and Trauma Rehab

Addiction and trauma disorders are closely linked. Alcohol and other drugs are commonly used to “self-medicate” against negative symptoms associated with trauma such as:

  • anxiety and fear
  • insomnia
  • irritability and agitation
  • guilt, shame, and self-blame
  • difficulty concentrating

Addressing all aspects of co-occurring addiction, trauma, and PTSD in an integrated way is important in developing the best possible plan to help you get well and stay well.

At Addiction Rehab Nationwide trauma-informed alcohol and drug rehab is evidence-based and personalized. Our therapists understand the vulnerabilities of addicted trauma clients and provide care in ways that avoid re-traumatization while facilitating your full participation in treatment.

Questions? Reach out today. We’re here for you.

Contact us anytime by completing our our confidential form in the Get Started Tab or call us at 844 279 7170.

Specialized Care with Custom Treatment Plans

Our Inpatient, gender-specific addiction treatment begins with a clinical care team developing a plan to address your specific recovery needs. In designing your treatment plan, a multidisciplinary treatment team will consider multiple variables, including:

  • physical health
  • mental health
  • family relationships
  • substances used
  • gender

Our trauma-informed treatment program focuses on helping you manage the emotional and physical symptoms of traumatic stress. The values of safety, trustworthiness, and empowerment guide the care we provide.

Your healing process begins with developing greater self-awareness and new skills, such as:

  • defining and setting personal boundaries
  • showing greater compassion for yourself and others
  • communicating openly and honestly
  • building healthy relationships

Depending on your individual needs, your care plan might also include the following therapies, groups, or services:

  • grief and loss counseling
  • wellness services (yoga, acupuncture, massage, and nutritional guidance)
  • psychopharmacological interventions
  • gender-specific coping skills or “seeking safety” group