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What to Expect During Treatment at Her Harbor Recovery

Her Harbor is dedicated to guiding women through every step of their recovery journey, from detox all the way to a sober living home. For many women, sober living homes act as a bridge from treatment to independence. They offer a vital step back into daily life, providing a supportive and structured environment that fosters continued growth and sobriety.

What to Expect in Drug Rehab at Her Harbor Recovery

At Her Harbor, treatment is tailored to the unique needs of each woman, focusing on holistic recovery and personal growth. You can expect a comprehensive, trauma-informed approach that includes individual therapy with licensed marriage and family therapists (LMFTs) specializing in trauma, group sessions that foster a sense of community, and trauma-informed yoga and breathwork to support physical and emotional well-being. Our program is deeply rooted in the 12 steps, offering a structured and well-worn path to sobriety.

Types Of Therapies We Offer

How to Prepare for Your Treatment

Preparing for treatment involves both mental and logistical planning. Mentally, it’s important to embrace an open, ready-for-change mindset and to acknowledge the journey ahead. Logistically, you should arrange your personal affairs such as work, family responsibilities, and health coverage so you can have peace of mind as you focus on recovery.

What to Bring to Treatment

When packing for your stay, consider bringing personal items that will make your space feel comforting and familiar, like photos or a favorite book. Essential toiletries, lots of comfortable clothing, and a journal for reflection are also recommended. It’s important to leave behind any items that could distract from your recovery process.

A spacious bathroom featuring a glass shower door.

Amenities at Her Harbor Recovery

Her Harbor Recovery offers beautiful amenities to support your healing journey. Our facility is a newly renovated 4000-square-foot home nestled on a private acre surrounded by lush greenery. Residents will enjoy private and semi-private en-suite bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, providing personal sanctuary spaces. The pristine pool and tranquil outdoor areas offer spaces for exercise and leisure, contributing to a holistic recovery experience. The delicate, chic decor and earthy tones create an oasis of calm and an environment that’s conducive to recovery.

Learn More About What to Expect at Her Harbor Recovery

Her Harbor Recovery is more than just a treatment center; it’s a family, a haven, and a serene oasis dedicated to the well-being of women. Our commitment to creating a safe environment, free from the distractions of co-ed facilities, ensures that you can focus wholly on your healing. You can learn more about our unique approach to recovery by reaching out to our admissions team. If you or a loved one are looking for a supportive, women-only recovery experience that emphasizes trauma-informed care and holistic well-being, contact Her Harbor Recovery today. 

Frequently Asked Questions About What to Expect in Rehab & Treatment

The process of rehab typically involves an initial assessment, detoxification (if necessary), therapy (individual and group), education about substance use and coping strategies, and aftercare planning. This comprehensive approach is designed to address not only the physical aspects of addiction but also the psychological and social factors that contribute to it.

Encourage them by acknowledging their hard work and bravery in completing rehab. You might say, “I’m so proud of you for taking steps to improve your life. How can I support you in your journey forward?” Offering your support and understanding can make a significant difference in their recovery journey.

At the end of rehab, clients typically receive a comprehensive aftercare plan tailored to their specific needs. This plan may include recommendations for continued therapy, support groups, sober living arrangements, and strategies for relapse prevention to support the individual in maintaining sobriety post-rehab.

A typical rehab program can vary in length but often lasts from 30 days to 90 days, depending on the individual’s needs and the severity of their addiction. Some programs may offer shorter or longer stays, with the flexibility to adjust based on the client’s progress and specific situation.

Yes, clients have access to a team of medical professionals during their rehab stay, including doctors, nurses, and therapists. These professionals provide ongoing care, monitor clients’ health and well-being, and adjust treatment plans as necessary.

Family visitation policies vary by rehab facility. Many programs recognize the importance of family support in the recovery process and allow scheduled visits, while also offering family therapy sessions to address relational dynamics and promote healing.

Clients in rehab may have access to a variety of activities, including therapy sessions, educational workshops, physical fitness activities, art and music therapy, and recreational outings. These activities are designed to support holistic healing, teach new coping skills, and foster a sense of community among clients.

Policies on personal items like phones or laptops vary by facility. Some rehab centers may restrict or limit use to ensure that clients can focus on their recovery without distractions, while others may allow them with specific guidelines in place. Reach out to our admissions team to learn how we handle phone and laptop use. 

After completing a rehab program, individuals typically follow their personalized aftercare plan, which might include outpatient therapy, participation in support groups like AA or NA, and possibly transition into a sober living environment. The goal is to support the individual in maintaining sobriety and integrating back into daily life with new coping mechanisms.

Yes, most rehab centers offer or can refer individuals to support groups and aftercare programs following the completion of rehab. These resources are crucial for providing ongoing support, accountability, and community as individuals navigate recovery and work to maintain sobriety.