Kentucky Women’s Addiction Treatment Center

Kentucky Women's Addiction Treatment

Women’s addiction treatment refers to specialized treatment programs that address the specific needs of women who are struggling with substance abuse or addiction. These programs may include a variety of different treatment modalities, such as individual and group therapy, counseling, and medication-assisted treatment. 

Additionally, many women’s addiction treatment programs offer support for co-occurring mental health disorders, as well as resources and support for women who are pregnant or have children. The goal of women’s addiction treatment is to help women overcome their addiction and achieve long-term recovery.

In Kentucky Women’s Addiction Treatment we have seen that substance abuse is a significant problem for women, as it can lead to a variety of negative physical and mental health outcomes. Women may be more vulnerable to the effects of substance abuse due to a variety of factors, including hormonal differences, social and cultural pressures, and a greater likelihood of experiencing trauma. 

Treatment for substance abuse in women often includes therapy, counseling, and support groups, as well as medication-assisted treatment in some cases. It’s important for women to seek help as soon as possible if they are struggling with substance abuse, as early intervention can improve the chances of a successful recovery.

Group therapy has several benefits, including:

  1. Support: Group therapy provides a supportive environment where individuals can share their thoughts and feelings with others who understand and can relate to their experiences.
  2. Feedback: Group members can give and receive feedback from others, which can help them gain new perspectives on their problems and behaviors.
  3. Social skills: Group therapy can help individuals improve their communication and interpersonal skills.
  4. Normalization: Group therapy can help individuals realize that they are not alone in their struggles and that others may have similar experiences.
  5. Cost-effective: Group therapy is generally less expensive than individual therapy.
  6. Variety of perspectives: Group therapy allows individuals to hear multiple perspectives and experiences which can be beneficial for understanding the problem at hand.
  7. Potential for accelerated growth: Group therapy can create a sense of accountability and encourage change in a way that individual therapy may not.

There are several options for women seeking medication assistance for substance abuse treatment. One common medication used in addiction treatment is Suboxone, which is used to help individuals addicted to opioids such as heroin or prescription painkillers. Another medication, Sublocade, is also used to treat opioid addiction. Vivitrol is also commonly used to help individuals with alcohol addiction.

It’s also important to note that, In addition to medication-assisted treatment, behavioral therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and contingency management have been shown to be effective in treating substance use disorders.

It’s recommended to seek professional help and guidance through Kentucky women’s addiction treatment centers or clinics specialized in substance abuse treatment. They will provide a comprehensive assessment and recommend an individualized treatment plan that may include medication-assisted treatment in combination with other therapies.

The cost of treatment for substance abuse can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the type of substance being abused, the length of the treatment program, and the location of the treatment facility. In general, inpatient treatment programs tend to be more expensive than outpatient programs, and private facilities tend to be more expensive than public or non-profit facilities. Additionally, some insurance plans may cover all or part of the cost of treatment, while others may not. It is best to check with the specific treatment center or insurance provider for an estimate of the cost of treatment.

We accept Kentucky Medicaid and several private insurances at the Isaiah House Treatment Center to help cover the cost for Kentucky Women’s Addiction Treatment. If you are looking for treatment, speak with a staff member to learn about the options available.

Aetna offers health insurance, as well as dental, vision and other plans, to meet the needs of individuals and families, employers, health care providers.

Anthem, Inc., is a provider of health insurance in the United States. It is the largest for-profit managed health care company in the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.

Humana Inc. is a for-profit American health insurance company based in Louisville, Kentucky. In 2021, the company ranked 41 on the Fortune 500 list, which made it the highest ranked company based in Kentucky.

UnitedHealthcare is dedicated to helping people live healthier lives and making the health system work better for everyone.

The TRPN network is now comprised of more than 1.5 million provider locations, including greater than 5,000 hospitals and 75,000 ancillary facilities.

Cigna, a global health service company, offers health, pharmacy, dental, supplemental insurance, and Medicare plans to individuals, families, and businesses.

First Health provides national PPO network access and other programs that help our clients manage costs for their employee benefit plans.

Private health insurance refers to any health insurance coverage that is offered by a private health insurance company instead of a state or federal government insurance program.The Affordable Care Act, formally known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and colloquially known as Obamacare, is a landmark United States federal statute enacted by the 111th United States Congress and signed into law.Private health coverage products pool the risk of high healthcare costs across a large number of people, permitting them or employers on their behalf to pay a premium based on the average cost of medical care for the group of people.The public health care services are provided by the government free of cost, whereas, the private health care services are provided by the private owners with an intention to earn money.A rehabilitation benefit provides benefits for vocational training when you cannot return to your normal occupation. You will receive benefits as long as you’re totally disabled and in an approved training program. Women often struggle with asking for help and even with accepting and receiving help. When addiction takes hold in someone’s life, they often go into a downward spiral and do things they might regret. That shame and regret can make it hard to admit that they have a problem. When it comes to Kentucky Women’s Addiction Treatment there are times when loved one’s may need to take action to help a loved one that won’t recognize they have a problem and that is where Casey’s Law comes in.

Casey’s Law

Casey’s Law provides a means of intervening with someone who is unable to recognize his or her need for treatment due to their impairment. This Kentucky law allows parents, relatives, and/or friends to petition the court for treatment on behalf of the person who is substance abuse impaired.

If you know someone who needs help, visit www.caseyslaw.org to review the process of Casey’s Law.

Casey’s Law training with Charlotte Wethington, Caseys’ mom

  • Onsite Medical Staff
  • Licensed Clinicians
  • Licensed Psychiatrist
  • Nurse Practitioners – APRN
  • Registered Nurses – RN
  • Peer Support Specialists
  • Targeted Case Managers
  • Certified Interventionists
  • Casey’s Law Advocates

  • Short-term residential care with withdrawal management services (MAT)
  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
  • Outpatient (OP)
  • Aftercare care with an aftercare plan put into place that best suits your needs, wants, and continued sobriety.
  • Transitional living upon completion
  • Opportunity for employment upon completion
  • Legal Case Management
  • COC (Continuum of Care)

  • Form a sisterhood with lifelong friendships
  • Client support from staff in recovery
  • Compassion through Christ
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment to ease the discomfort of withdrawal
  • Individual / Group Therapy
  • Peer Support
  • Targeted Case Management
  • Job skills
  • Life skills
  • Opportunity for employment upon completion
  • Legal Case Management
  • Financial classes
  • Celebrate Recovery classes

If you have been looking for rehabs that take private insurance that have your best interest in mind, then we welcome you to take the first step. Call us today to schedule an appointment to meet with a member of our admissions team.

Call 859-375-9200 and start your journey to an addiction-free life today.

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