A sunny, warm climate can do wonders for any ailment, including addiction. Soledad House, an addiction treatment center for women in San Diego, California, believes strongly in this sentiment. Its women-only environment allows for a safe, nurturing space where women have room to heal and grow.
Two Step Treatment
Treatment at Soledad House has the goal of independence. Clients start out receiving hands-on, intensive care, and gradually move toward more autonomy as they improve. They do this through a two-phase treatment program. In Phase 1, clients enter residential care. They’ll receive individualized treatment plans and undergo a variety of counseling and therapy sessions to accomplish their goals.
Phase 1 consists of a daily schedule that provides clients with structure and teaches them how to build a routine. Contents of these schedules can vary, and include anything from one-on-one counseling sessions and group therapy to meditation and yoga.
After the clients make enough progress, they enter Phase 2. Clients move to Soledad House’s sober living homes in San Diego, which are just down the road from their main facility. Here, they learn or relearn life skills and practice coping mechanisms that will set them up for success. Clients must be in school, have a job, or be in a partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient program to reside in their sober living residences. These environments allow for more freedom, but still provide support as necessary to support clients’ long-term recovery.
Spirituality Based Treatment
At Soledad House, the goal is to use joy and spirituality to make recovery fun. Clients don’t need to subscribe to a particular ideology or religion to take advantage of their spiritual addiction treatment programs. Regardless of ideology, clients can find value in the spiritual aspects of the 12 steps in order to progress through treatment.
Gender-specific treatment provides a more focused environment to foster healing and hope. If you’re a woman struggling with addiction, Soledad House can help. Reach out to them today for more information. Treatments
- Alcohol Addiction Treatment
- Drug Addiction Treatment
- Dual Diagnosis
- Mental Health
- Women Only