Texas Women’s Substance Abuse Treatment Program

Best Women’s Substance Abuse Treatment Program in Texas

The Fullbrook Center offers individualized substance abuse treatment programs for women from our charming facility in Texas. Each of our women completes an in-depth assessment, allowing us to create individualized care to meet her specific needs.

Because substance abuse looks different for every woman, addiction treatment should too. Call today to start your recovery journey with The Fullbrook Center.

Signs and Symptoms of Substance Use Disorder in Women

There are a variety of signs and symptoms of substance abuse. Frequent intoxication or being hungover is the most common, but there are additional behavior changes you might see, such as:

  • Increased consumption or developing a tolerance to a substance
  • Inability to stop when you want or given a good reason
  • Withdrawal or detox symptoms when trying to stop using the substance
  • Mood swings
  • Decrease in motivation
  • The substance consumes your life
  • Absent at family functions, family stress
  • Relationship issues
  • Appetite changes
  • Changes in sleep patterns
  • Lack of self-care
  • Issues at work or being unable to complete daily tasks
  • Financial problems

All substances have different signs of intoxication or withdrawal; detoxing from certain drugs or alcohol can be life-threatening. At The Fullbrook Center, we ease withdrawal symptoms by providing a medically supervised detox so you can start the treatment process with a clear mind.

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Types of Substance Addictions We Treat

At The Fullbrook Center, we specialize in treating various substance use disorders.

Alcohol addiction can affect a woman’s daily life and ranges from mild to severe. A woman with mild alcohol addiction may suffer from binge drinking. She maintains periods of sobriety, followed by periods of excessive drinking.

Some binge drinkers need medically supervised detox, and some don’t. This population is unique since they can put stretches of sobriety together but cannot maintain them for an extended period. At The Fullbrook Center, we get to the root of the issue causing the alcohol binges so you can return to life and sustain sobriety.

Women with more severe alcohol abuse may have become daily drinkers and may experience withdrawal when they try to stop. For most addicts, detox is crucial. Withdrawal from alcohol can be fatal if not managed by a trained medical team.

Once patients have safely detoxed, women enter an addiction treatment program that provides the skills to achieve long-term recovery.

Drug addiction is also called substance use disorder. It is characterized by the abuse of drugs, illicit or prescription, with the inability to stop despite the harm it is causing to a woman’s life.

Some of the drug addictions we provide treatment for at The Fullbrook Center are:

  • Opiate Addiction
  • Heroin Addiction
  • Painkiller Addiction
  • Prescription Drug Addiction
  • Benzodiazepine (Xanax) Addiction
  • Meth Addiction
  • Cocaine / Crack Addiction
  • Marijuana Addiction
  • Suboxone Addiction
  • Dextromethorphan (Cough Syrup) Addiction
  • Kratom Addiction
  • Polysubstance addictive disorder

Each substance has a unique drug detox protocol and specific issues that must be addressed. For example, heroin detox can cause sweating, nausea, and body aches. Therefore, we will create a detox plan designed to help alleviate these specific symptoms. Once detox is complete, we implement individualized addiction recovery plans for each client, providing the skills and tools needed to sustain long-term sobriety. 

Our Women’s Only Substance Abuse Treatment Options in Texas

Substance abuse presents differently for every woman, and treatment should not be one-size-fits-all. We offer a full continuum of care at The Fullbrook Center, providing client-centered therapy designed for long-term recovery.

Detox: The first step in an addiction treatment center is completing detox. Here, we offer a full medical detox in a home away from home setting. With 24/7 medical care, we ensure that you or your loved one can detox comfortably and with minimal physical discomfort. Detox can vary based on each woman’s age and substance use history, but most women complete detox in 5-7 days.

Inpatient/Residential Program: One of the many benefits of The Fullbrook Center is that our detox and residential programs are offered on the same campus. After detox, you will seamlessly transfer into our inpatient treatment facility. Treatment stays vary in length of stay from 30-90 days and are based on your addiction history and any co-occurring disorders you may have. Our specialized and professional treatment programs include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and various experiential therapy modalities. This holistic approach sets the foundation for sobriety.

Partial Hospitalization (PHP) with Housing: Our PHP with housing program is designed to maximize your time at The Fullbrook Center. Participants can extend their inpatient treatment with this level of care so that they have the time and support to work through issues related to past trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, and addiction. Entering a PHP program provides continued, highly structured support and the ability to learn how to navigate life in sobriety.

Aftercare Planning: The risk of relapse is highest within the first few months after treatment. Developing a comprehensive aftercare plan, with needed support groups, can help prevent relapse. At The Fullbrook Center, we recommend most women enter an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Outpatient treatment allows participants to receive a minimum of 10 clinical service hours a week, including group and individual sessions.

Whether you would like to continue your one-on-one therapy sessions or get involved with your local Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, we can help. Our case managers ensure that you will have the tools necessary to maintain your recovery, remain connected with like-minded people, and handle every obstacle that comes your way.

We Use Evidence-Based Treatment Therapies for Substance Abuse

The Fullbrook Center creates dual diagnosis treatment plans utilizing various evidence-based therapies so you or your loved one receives the tools needed to maintain sobriety while making it easy to stay engaged in treatment. Some of the modalities we use are:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Motivational Interviewing (MI)
  • Equine Therapy
  • 12 Step Integration
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Brainspotting Therapy

We utilize these modalities in a variety of individual and group settings.

Individual Therapy:

One-on-one work with a therapist allows the women we treat to develop a trusting therapeutic relationship with their counselor. Providing a safe space to address their mental health issues, process their addiction, and heal from traumas that may have led them to alcohol or drug abuse.

Group Therapy:

At The Fullbrook Center, group therapy is integral to our substance abuse treatment program. Our unique program has created an environment for women to connect and become vulnerable about the past. Connecting with others who have had similar struggles helps you feel less alone.

Family Therapy:

Often, women seeking treatment have strained family relationships due to substance abuse. The Fullbrook Center offers family therapy so that not only can our women begin to heal, but so can their families. With a trained family therapist, you will learn new communication skills to help you navigate life in recovery with your loved ones.

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What to Expect at Our Texas Substance Abuse Treatment Center

Making the call to a substance abuse treatment center can be difficult; here is what you can expect.

We have an admissions specialist ready to take your call 24/7. You will be greeted by a friendly voice that understands the difficulty of seeking treatment. They will gather some of your basic information and ask a few questions about why you are seeking substance abuse treatment. Once preliminary information has been collected, they will schedule you or your loved one for an admissions assessment.

Our admissions assessments are completed over the phone. We inquire about your health and drug and alcohol addiction history to ensure you are a good fit for our program. Once this screening is completed and approved by our team, we will schedule you for admission.

The Fullbrook Center’s admissions process is designed to be seamless and efficient. Our team understands the urgency of getting a woman with substance abuse into treatment before the window of opportunity closes. Once you or your loved one has arrived at our facility, we will do a more in-depth screening and create an individualized treatment plan. Call our admissions specialists today for more information about our admissions process.

Get Help for Substance Abuse at The Fullbrook Center for Women

Deciding to get help for substance abuse isn’t easy. At The Fullbrook Center, we have broken away from the one-size-fits-all type of treatment and created an individualized treatment plan utilizing evidence-based modalities.

You are unique, and your substance abuse treatment experience should be too. Don’t wait. Call The Fullbrook Center today!


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