Crossroads Residential Women’s Treatment Center
A peaceful, therapeutic residential women’s treatment center with an environment where women can focus on addiction recovery and healing your mind, body and spirit. Learn more about our women’s residential addiction treatment program in Maine.
Extensive Treatment Services at Back Cove
Since men and women often have different needs in recovery, the Back Cove women’s residential program uses an evidence-based relational model featuring trauma-informed and gender-responsive addiction treatment programs. This 30-day inpatient program reduces outside distractions and offers a safe, structured environment that provides a solid foundation for recovery. The women’s treatment center incorporates a wide range of services, therapies, and activities to meet the needs of women and support them along each step of the way as they move forward in their recovery. Take a tour of the beautiful facility below and see where you or your loved one could begin treatment – and find out what to pack.
Back Cove offers extensive on-site treatment services with direct contact with and access to clinicians that guide women through each stage of recovery and supports their individual needs. These services help them to build the skills to create a healthier lifestyle.
Comprehensive Assessments for Clients
Before true healing can begin, it is important to understand what challenges each woman is facing. Through comprehensive assessments for substance use and mental health disorders, proper residential women’s treatment plans can be designed for optimal care. These assessments are performed by a licensed professional counselor. If medication is involved, a medication management evaluation is also available. Since no two women are the same, initial assessments and evaluations are a key part in creating an individualized approach to meet each client’s needs.
Individualized Therapy and Counseling
Recovery is about more than just physically being substance-free. It also involves changing your thought processes and establishing healthier routines and ways of coping with challenging situations. Through individualized therapy and counseling, women at the residential women’s treatment center can work through obstacles they are struggling with, including co-occurring substance use and mental health issues. At a dual diagnosis treatment center in Portland, Maine, women have the opportunity to delve more deeply into subjects that evolve during group sessions or individual matters that need more attention. The clinical team includes master’s level clinicians with specialized training in the treatment of women struggling with addiction as well as trauma-informed care. Together the client and clinician create a personalized treatment plan.