The Women’s Track
The Women’s Track is a component of the ADS Intensive Outpatient Program. Women often face gender-specific issues that require special attention in the treatment and recovery process. Addressing these issues through a specialized track in our existing counseling program increases a woman’s chance of having a successful, long-term recovery.
Issues that are a central focus of the Women’s Track include:
- coping with trauma, domestic abuse, and developing increased safety alternatives
- achieving improved self-esteem, self-direction, and independence
- understanding self-worth
- cultivating healthy interpersonal relationships
- restoring one’s role as a mother and caregiver
- identifying community resources geared toward meeting women’s & children’s needs
- educating women on STD/HIV treatment and prevention
The ADS Women’s Track staff has the ability to assess a woman’s needs as they emerge during the course of treatment.
Staff can assist clients in setting up referrals for other services and can act as a link to other community organizations who are in a unique position to assist a woman and her family in meeting their special needs.
ADS functions as a resource for those clients striving to restore their lives through sobriety, personal responsibility, and goal setting. Browse other helpful community links & resources in our website’s resources section.
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