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PENFIELD

for women

HEART Campus

Immediate Placement

Accepting most major insurance and self-pay

Drug and Alcohol Recovery Treatment

If you or a loved one need Rehab, contact us to discreetly speak with (or e-mail) a non-judgmental counselor to help you.  All communications are confidential.

TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE for WOMEN

At the HEART Campus for Women, we understand that many people who struggle with addiction have also experienced trauma in their lives. As a result, we provide trauma-informed care for women in order to address the root causes of addiction and promote healing and recovery.

What is Trauma-Informed Care?

Trauma-informed care is an approach to treatment that recognizes the impact of trauma on individuals and provides a supportive, safe environment where clients can begin to heal.

 

Trauma can manifest in many forms, including physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, neglect, or other experiences that cause lasting psychological harm.

Trauma-informed care involves understanding the unique needs of individuals who have experienced trauma, creating a sense of safety and trust, and providing opportunities for choices, collaboration, and empowerment. It also involves recognizing the potential for re-traumatization and taking steps to prevent this from occurring.

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How Trauma-Informed Care for Women is Provided at Penfield Addiction Ministries

At HEART, we take a holistic approach to trauma-informed care, recognizing that every person's journey to recovery is unique. We provide a range of services and counseling that address the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of trauma in order to promote healing and recovery.

  1. Confidential Assessments: Our experienced staff conducts confidential assessments to better understand each client's unique situation, history, and needs.

  2. Individualized Treatment Plans: Treatment plans are then developed that are tailored to the specific needs of each client, incorporating a range of services, including counseling, therapy, and addiction treatment.

  3. Trauma-Informed Counseling: Our counselors are trained to provide trauma-informed care and use evidence-based therapeutic techniques to help clients process trauma and build coping skills.

  4. Safe and Supportive Environment: Our facilities are designed to promote a sense of safety and support, including newly renovated rooms, comfortable common areas, and opportunities for socialization and interaction with peers.

  5. Community Partnerships: We have established partnerships with community organizations and resources that provide additional support services to our clients.

Benefits of Trauma-Informed Care for Women

Trauma-informed care provides numerous benefits to clients who have experienced trauma and are working towards recovery. Some of these benefits include:

  1. Increased Sense of Safety: Clients feel safe and secure in their therapeutic environment, which is conducive to healing and recovery.

  2. Decreased Feelings of Shame and Stigma: Trauma-informed care acknowledges that trauma is a common experience and reduces the sense of shame and stigma that are often associated with it.

  3. Improved Mental Health: Trauma-informed care helps clients to process trauma and build coping skills that can improve their overall mental health.

  4. Enhanced Recovery Outcomes: Trauma-informed care addresses the root causes of addiction and promotes lasting recovery.

At HEART, we recognize that trauma and addiction often go hand in hand. By providing trauma-informed care, we are able to address the root causes of addiction and promote healing and recovery. If you or someone you know has experienced trauma and is struggling with addiction, we encourage you to reach out to us today to learn more about our trauma-informed care services and start on the journey towards renewed hope and healing.

Accepting most major insurance and self-pay

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