Rehab for Teen Girls Help Line -Teen Substance Abuse Treatment Options
Teen drug rehabs specialize in gender specific treatment options for teen girls with drug abuse and behavioral problems, and therapy in a caring environment. Freemyaddiction’s programs for teen girls with addictions, behavioral issues, and drug or alcohol problems, provide a gender specific treatment options. This allows girls to open up in groups without judgment or apprehension, creating a better treatment experience. Teenage girls can deal with much different issues relating to addiction than teen boys. Studies have shown that teen girls are more susceptible to drug addiction issues, than teen boys are for drug abuse and addiction.
Allowing young women to focus on treatment and studies without the distraction from boys enables them to devote more time and energy not only on their school work but their treatment as well. When girls recover in a gender specific treatment program for teens, they tend to not focus on their outer beauty and focus on inner healing while in treatment. Most programs limit the time and activities with male clients if they have a co-ed facility. It can be important for teenage girls to interact with boys in an appropriate manor, limited to structured and heavily supervised activities.
Getting your daughter into a program that has tutoring options, can aid the student that is showing the signs of struggle. Freemyaddiction’s programs also can offer SAT preparation through online courses and even offer early college courses for the students who qualify for these programs.
We can help you locate a rehab center for your teenager daughter with addiction issues. Call us today for a referral to one of our all girls drug rehab centers.
Teen Girls More Vulnerable to Alcohol and Drug Use
Teenage girls are perceiving the benefits of drug and alcohol abuse as a positive change that can allow for the perception of beauty that is portrayed in the media. The pressure to stay thin and look the best they can has some adverse effects that can lead them down the path of addiction. Data provided is from a survey sponsored by the Partnership for a Drug-Free America® and the Met-life Foundation.
Analysis of a 2009 Partnership Attitude Tracking Study indicated the following:
Teen girls are more likely to perceive “self-medicating” benefits with drinking and getting high.
More than two-thirds of teen girls responded positively to the question “using drugs helps kids deal with problems at home” (an 11 percent increase, up from 61 percent in 2008 to 68 percent in 2009).
More than half reported that drugs help teens forget their troubles (a 10 percent increase, up from 48 percent in 2008 to 53 percent in 2009). This article contains information from the Partnership for a Drug-Free America®, www.drugfree.org
If you feel that your daughter, or someone you love, is in need of treatment for an addiction to drugs or alcohol, or has behavioral issues that need correcting please give us a call we are here to help.