Lakeview Health women's rehab center
About the women’s rehab center at Lakeview Health
More than 6% of women struggle with a substance abuse disorder, alcoholism, or addiction each year.

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse*, women tend to abuse substances differently and react to substances differently than men. When women struggle with addiction, they face unique needs during treatment. The Rose, our women’s rehab center, can offer you the understanding, support, and guidance necessary to navigate recovery successfully. You’ll work with other women to develop coping mechanisms and understand the challenges you face in recovery.

More than 6% of women struggle with a substance abuse disorder, alcoholism, or addiction each year. Addiction can cause you to compulsively abuse drugs and alcohol even if you want to stop or deal with harmful consequences because of your use. Overdoses are now the leading cause of accidental death in the United States, demonstrating the dangers of recreational drug use and addiction. Unlike certain conditions, substance abuse disorders are chronic and incurable. Addiction is a disease that progressively worsens until you learn how to recover and manage your symptoms.

While our evidence-based addiction therapy programs serve as the foundation of the Lakeview Health rehab experience, we also go to great lengths to ensure women have a comfortable atmosphere that promotes healing.

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Semi-private Rooms

Peer support is a big part of our addiction treatment programs. Therefore, instead of isolating women, they pair together in semi-private rooms. This sense of camaraderie can go a long way in the healing process.



The Rose offers a shared spa setting that allows women to unwind in a calming environment. Featuring pedicure chairs and a massage room, it’s the perfect space for rest and relaxation.

Welness Center

Wellness center

Fitness is a vital part of the addiction recovery process. At the Brittney R. Serpa Wellness Center, women have access to state-of-the-art exercise equipment in a 10,000 sq. ft. building. Furthermore, they can also participate in individualized workout programs from certified athletic trainers.

Meditation Garden

Meditation garden

Addiction therapy approaches should be beneficial for the mind, body, and spirit. Our women’s meditation garden gives clients a calming space to practice mindfulness. The serene garden also features a walking labyrinth.

Lakeview Health Cafe

Oak Leaf Café

The Oak Leaf Café gives women a safe space to gather and share healthy meals. Our dieticians can work with women individually to develop meal plans based on their preferences and dietary goals.

Swimming Pool

Swimming pool

Although recovery takes commitment and hard work, clients should also have time to relax. The Rose features a lap pool that lets women take a swim in the beautiful Florida sun.

Women can work with other women
To identify the source of their addiction

While addiction is not limited to any one subcategory of people, it poses significant risks to women. If this is the case for you or a woman you love, it may be worth seeking a women’s rehab center, such as the Rose, the  women’s treatment program at Lakeview Health. In this program, women can work with other women to identify the source of their addiction. They can also overcome any underlying mental health issues, giving them a chance for long-term recovery.

If a woman you know is battling an addiction to drugs or alcohol, she isn’t alone. Millions of women across the country are also struggling with this condition. However, it doesn’t have to stay that way. When you reach out to Lakeview Health, she will get the care and support she needs to recover and stay sober. For more information about this treatment option and the benefits it provides, please reach out to Lakeview Health today at 866 704 7692.

What services does the women’s rehab program provide?
Our women’s rehab center offers comprehensive treatment options
Safe and comfortable detox

One of the primary reasons drugs and alcohol are so addictive is that continued use has a significant impact on the brain. Substances trick the brain into believing that it needs that substance to feel normal, and when it doesn’t have access to the drug or alcohol, the brain reacts by displaying withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms vary, depending on the substance the woman was abusing, but they may include:

It is best to utilize women’s detox services to get through this uncomfortable period. Many of those who try to make it through withdrawal alone will relapse, which can lead to an overdose or death.

Residential treatment

After detox, it is often best to enter a residential treatment program, especially for those who are new to recovery. During a residential treatment program, the woman stays at our treatment center 24 hours a day. They surround themselves with other women who will work with them and support them through the early days of recovery. They’ll also attend a range of therapy programs, such as:

Partial hospitalization program (PHP)

If the woman attending our program has already completed detox and a residential treatment program, a partial hospitalization program, or PHP, might be the next step for her. During our PHP treatment option, the woman will be able to attend therapy during the day for a few hours. However, at night she will be able to go home and put some of the strategies she’s learned into practice. We recommend this treatment option for women who have a supportive home environment, as it can be challenging to stay sober at the beginning of the recovery journey without this support.

Aftercare programs

Addiction is a chronic condition, and, therefore, it is critical to continue to receive support from others in recovery after treatment. We’ve designed our women’s aftercare programs to help women identify and face the challenges as they come. They can also expect support from the other women in the program.

Ellen Ovson

Medical director

“The services we provide at Lakeview Health are better by far than anything I have seen in my 18-year career in addiction treatment. We run gender-specific groups. We have a trauma group for both genders that is very, very therapeutic and effective. We have a pain recovery program. We have a professionals program for people with high-level professional jobs. We employ physical therapists and personal trainers. We have so many assets to bring to the table, and that’s a great thing for our patients.”

Addiction Treatment At Lakeview Health

About drug and alcohol abuse in women

Drug and alcohol addiction is not limited to one age, one gender, or one economic background. However, young women are at a high risk of becoming addicted to some substance.

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