Dealing with addiction as a pregnant woman comes with its own unique set of difficulties. The physical, psychological, and emotional changes brought about by pregnancy often exacerbate the struggle. Additionally, the threat of potential harm to the unborn child elevates the stress levels, leading to a cycle that’s hard to break. However, understanding these challenges is the first step toward overcoming them.
New Spirit Recovery believes in fostering a safe, non-judgmental environment that aids recovery. The facility is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure designed to ensure both the mother’s comfort and the child’s safety. Expectant mothers can find solace in our nurturing environment, surrounded by supportive staff and peers experiencing similar journeys.
Our treatment plan consists of a multi-pronged approach that addresses both the physical and psychological aspects of addiction. We offer medically-assisted detox to ensure that the withdrawal process is safe for both the mother and her unborn child. This is followed by a range of therapies including cognitive-behavioral therapy, individual counseling, and group therapy to help women understand and combat their addiction.
Recognizing the diverse needs of our patients, New Spirit Recovery offers a broad array of treatment options. Beyond medically-assisted detox and traditional counseling, we provide innovative therapies like art and music therapy, yoga and mindfulness sessions, and equine therapy. These holistic options can offer powerful pathways to healing, complementing more traditional treatments and catering to a broad spectrum of personal preferences and needs. Our goal is to ensure each expectant mother has access to a comprehensive, multi-faceted approach to recovery.
We recognize the immense emotional toll addiction can take, especially when coupled with the pressures of impending motherhood. Our mental health professionals provide individualized counseling sessions and teach coping mechanisms to deal with stressors and triggers effectively. Through group therapy sessions, women can find solidarity and comfort in shared experiences. Once here, they know they’re not alone.
Good nutrition and fitness play a vital role in ensuring the health of both mother and baby during the recovery process. Our nutritionists develop personalized meal plans to replenish essential nutrients, while our fitness experts design gentle exercise routines suitable for expectant mothers.
Our commitment to you extends beyond your stay at New Spirit Recovery. We understand that maintaining sobriety is a lifelong journey, and we’re committed to providing you with the necessary tools to stay on the path to recovery. Post-treatment, we offer follow-up sessions and continued counseling to ensure a smooth transition back to daily life.
The path to recovery should not be hindered by financial obstacles. We work collaboratively with a variety of insurance providers to ensure maximum coverage for our treatment programs. Additionally, we offer flexible payment plans tailored to accommodate varying financial capacities. We’re committed to transparency and will discuss all payment options with you upfront, ensuring you’re informed about any potential out-of-pocket expenses. No matter your financial situation, our team is dedicated to making the journey to recovery accessible and affordable for every expectant mother in need.
Our goal at New Spirit Recovery is to empower pregnant women struggling with addiction to regain control of their lives. By offering a nurturing environment and comprehensive treatment plan, we strive to cultivate hope, healing, and new beginnings for both mother and child.
At New Spirit Recovery, we believe in the possibility of a brighter, healthier future for all our patients. If you’re an expectant mother grappling with addiction, take the first step towards a healthier life for you and your child. Remember, it’s never too late to seek help, and your journey to recovery begins the moment you decide to reach out. Contact us today to find out more about our addiction treatment for women up to six months pregnant.
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