Some people have a much more difficult time than others remaining abstinent from drugs and alcohol during their early recovery and because they're unable to maintain sobriety, they've relapsed numerous times. Everyone's recovery from chemical dependency is unique and some people need more help than others to maintain abstinence and achieve their long-term recovery goals.
The Women's Home in Arlington, Virginia provides females struggling with sobriety a nurturing, supportive and affordable living environment including the personal help they need to achieve a successful life of abstinence. Total abstinence is one of the requirements at the Women's Home so the environment is a safe place for females in their early recovery to live while they focus on their ongoing healing journey.
The Women's Home has been providing long-term residential services to females eighteen and above in their early recovery since 1963. Females that qualify for the Women's Home services have relapsed numerous times but they want to achieve lasting sobriety they just don't know how.
In a structured and safe living environment, female residents of the Women's Home not only become responsible for their recovery, they learn how to live their daily lives clean and sober so they can avoid relapse. The wonderful services the Women's Home provides helps female residents feel good about themselves, become productive and independent so when their stay is completed, they can continue managing their sobriety successfully.
Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by one of our treatment partners below.
Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by ARK Behavioral Health, a paid advertiser on DrugFree.
All calls are private and confidential.