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Women in Addiction Treatment: 6 Misconceptions

Women in Addiction Treatment: 6 Misconceptions

March 18th, 2018

A look at gender-based assumptions in the world of addiction treatment….that are wrong!

2 Women’s issues in addiction recovery: An INTERVIEW with Jocelyn Grant

Women’s issues in addiction recovery: An INTERVIEW with Jocelyn Grant

March 30th, 2017

When addiction treatment programs end, there is a long period of adaptation that can be stressful to navigate, especially for women. Here, we interview a woman committed to meeting the need for women’s sober homes…more here!

Is a woman's addiction so different? Treating women with substance use disorders (BOOK REVIEW)

Is a woman’s addiction so different? Treating women with substance use disorders (BOOK REVIEW)

August 24th, 2016

Are you a therapist looking for a practical workbook to help you when working with groups of women? Check out this manual of evidence-based strategies for treating women with substance use disorders. More on why we like it here.

Treating addiction in mothers with young children: INTERVIEW with NCADD Phoenix

Treating addiction in mothers with young children: INTERVIEW with NCADD Phoenix

August 10th, 2015

Are you a women or a mother struggling with substance abuse problems? Do you feel like you don’t know where to seek help? We think we may have some answers for you. Read this Q&A about addiction treatment for mothers here.

Women and sobriety: 3 critical steps from addiction to sobriety

Women and sobriety: 3 critical steps from addiction to sobriety

October 25th, 2014

From hitting bottom to getting help, we outline the 3 steps for women seeking a sober life. More here.

2 Does addiction affect women differently than men?

Does addiction affect women differently than men?

October 2nd, 2014

Yes, addiction affects women differently than men. An exploration of the ways that men and women differ in active addiction and recovery here.