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Drug Rehab Centers for Troubled Girls | Sober Living

Drug rehab centers for troubled girls are available throughout the US in every state. Female only programs are designed to help young women re-create and re-examine their lives through the process of sober recovery. A typical program helps young women suffering from their addiction to drugs or alcohol through medical detoxification, psychiatric care, and addiction therapy and counseling. Many young women and their families find the female-only treatment programs to be especially rewarding spiritually, emotionally, and physically. Call us at for immediate assistance.

The question is… which drug rehab program is best for your daughter?

We know from personal experience and years of helping others that a structured, yet open transitional environment is a great option for women in early recovery.

Typical Student Profile:

  • Unsuccessful attempts of therapeutic intervention in a lower level care
  • Failure to attend outpatient therapy
  • Ungovernable Behavior
  • Continual Drug and Substance Use
  • Unresolved issues such as mood disordersconduct disorders, and learning disorders
  • Falling behind in school as a result of non-attendance or truancy
  • Non compliance to court orders
  • Destructive Behaviors
  • Abusive or unhealthy dating pattern

If your daughter is suffering from one or more of the above destructive behaviors, you can bet that drug experimentation and later addiction are forthcoming. 

Stop the cycle now by calling one of our Placement Specialists. We are here to serve you and your family. Let us help you to assess and evaluation your situation, and assist you in finding the perfect solution.

Whether you are a parent, grandparent or someone who cares about a young women‘s future, it is important that you are aware about how to prevent teen drug abuse. It is hard for us to imagine that a child we love could end up abusing drugs.

But chances are, most girls will be faced with the choice of whether to participate in the use of drugs or alcohol at one time or another.  As someone who loves their child or grandchild, we must teach our girls to know that there are consequences to their decisions.

Here are some facts about girls and drug use as found at the Drug-Rehab website:

1). Forty percent of U.S. teens say they expect to use a drug in the future.

2). One out of every five kids in eighth grade has already tried marijuana.

3). Use of substances such as marijuana and inhalants can result in social consequences (e.g., failing in school) and physical consequences such as reduced stamina and fitness or damage to the lungs and brain.

4). Teens who smoke cigarettes are more likely to drink alcohol.

5). Teens who smoke and drink are more likely to use marijuana.

6). And those who use all three are more likely to use other illicit drugs. Long-term studies show that use of other illicit drugs among youth almost never occurs unless they have first used marijuana.

If you suspect your teen has been using drugs or drinking alcohol, it’s important to act quickly: the longer your teen abuses substances, the more likely they are to become addicted. If you do find the problem is beyond your expertise, there are teen drug treatment programs that specialize in the special needs of troubled girls.