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Micah House: Drug Treatment Women’s Program

Women’s Treatment Program

 

Drug Treatment: Women’s Program

 

Recovering from an addiction includes learning about how drugs change the brain and how people can use their minds to overcome the cravings of their bodies. Screening and assessment are important aspects for the consideration of treatment for women with substance use disorders.

Researchers found that female addicts used drugs more frequently than men, and when they did use drugs, they tended to focus on harder drugs than those men used.

Statistics show the rising need to help women overcome addiction.  The number of opioid-dependent babies born is increasing.  Drug use also is leading to a large increase in the number of substantiated child neglect cases.

It is through treatment, at the Micah House, that we aim to get to the root of the women’s addiction issues through the spiritual, emotional, physical, social and family aspects of recovery.   

 

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Testimonials

I come from Columbus Georgia, by way of Iowa, Fort Dodge Iowa. Fort Dodge is where my addiction started, that was 1999. My drug of choice is crack cocaine. By 2004, I had arrived in Minneapolis, Minnesota. There were a few reasons why I choose Minneapolis, Minnesota; one reason is that my kids and their mother are here. When I arrived, I entered into my first treatment. After completing this particular treatment I relapsed. Shortly after, I entered into another treatment center. This cycle continued until December 27th 2006, which is when after this last treatment I entered the program... Read More

I come from Columbus Georgia, by way of Iowa, Fort Dodge Iowa. Fort Dodge is where my addiction started, that was 1999. My drug of choice is crack cocaine.

By 2004, I had arrived in Minneapolis, Minnesota. There were a few reasons why I choose Minneapolis, Minnesota; one reason is that my kids and their mother are here.

When I arrived, I entered into my first treatment. After completing this particular treatment I relapsed. Shortly after, I entered into another treatment center. This cycle continued until December 27th 2006, which is when after this last treatment I entered the program here at Micah House.

When I entered Micah House I felt that I was spiritually, physically and mentally hurting. When I entered the Micah House, there was energy, a feeling of spiritual safety and security that I had not felt for a long time. I spent 75 days at the Micah House. It was the best decision that I have made in a long time. The staff is always accessible and willing to help. Many of the decisions I have made to date, has been with the helpful suggestions of experienced staff members.

My future looks brighter than it has for many years. I hope one day to become an employee of Micah House and give to men who will most certainly come after me what has been so freely given to me.

Amin A.,39 yrs old
Columbus Georgia