At The Rose, there is no such thing as “one size fits all” treatment. Instead, healing at The Rose is a highly personalized experience. With no more than six women in the same phase of treatment, each person who is entrusted into our care can be sure that she will receive significant attention while progressing through an individualized course of treatment that has been customized according to her unique strengths, needs, and goals. Also, The Rose encourages women to take active ownership of their own recovery, and to work in close collaboration with the members of their treatment team.
One of the reasons that The Rose is such a special place is that our programming was developed by women for women. With the unique insights and expertise that we have acquired through years of working with women, we have established The Rose as an intimate and supportive environment in which dedicated professionals provide focused care that addresses the specific ways that addiction and co-occurring disorders impact adult women. We truly believe in the power of the special bond that forms in the fellowship of recovery with other women who understand what it means to transcend the constraints of addiction and pursue successful long-term recovery.
At The Rose, we also understand the unfortunate reality that many women who experience problems with alcohol or other drugs have had prior exposure to trauma. The professionals who provide care at our program have specific expertise in the relationship between substance abuse and trauma, and we take great care to ensure that our program remains a safe place for women whose struggles with substance abuse have resulted from or been impacted by trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.
While the specifics of each woman’s treatment plan at The Rose will depend upon her particular strengths, needs, and goals, certain elements are common to the treatment experience at our program. For example, most women will participate in individual, group, family, and experiential therapies. In order to best serve the women in our care, our treatment approach incorporates cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), reality therapy (RT) and rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT).
The primary goal of The Rose is to help women achieve 30 to 90 days of sobriety while developing the skills and strategies that will support their ability to maintain and build upon this progress when they return home. At The Rose, women can learn how to overcome their dependence upon alcohol or other drugs and make the lifestyle changes that will empower them to achieve happier, healthier, and more promising futures.
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