Residential Treatment for Women

Treating women seeking recovery from co-occurring drug and alcohol addiction and eating disorders. 

Gender-Responsive

Trauma-Responsive

Co-Occurring Disorders

Holistic

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Our facility and treatment program were designed to meet the unique needs of women seeking recovery from co-occurring drug and alcohol addiction and eating disorders. Our holistic program also treats trauma and co-occurring mental health disorders, like anxiety and depression. Our holistic and person-centered approach means that we focus on treating the whole person by healing the mind, body, emotions, and spirit.

A PLACE FOR WOMEN TO HEAL FROM C0-OCCURRING DRUG OR ALCOHOL ADDICTION AND EATING DISORDERS.

The mission of The Fearless Kind is to provide a structured, patient-centered program in a safe, supportive and warm environment for women to begin their recovery from co-occurring addiction and eating disorders. In treatment, women will be given opportunities to learn essential life skills, how to cope in healthy ways, and gain a new sense of self-awareness to thrive on their recovery journey. We are passionate about helping women change the trajectory of their lives by increasing the standard of care typically provided to women living with an addiction to drugs, alcohol, or an addictive behavior (e.g., eating disorders, shopping, codependency, etc.). More specifically, we aim to help women succeed in recovery and heal from the past through individualized treatment plans, empowerment, and compassion.

We believe that addiction is a multifaceted, chronic disease with the potential for relapse. Based on this philosophy, our care is tailored to meet the needs of each individual woman by providing a competent staff, and clinical practices supported by current research in an intimate setting.

Each woman living with a co-occurring drug or alcohol addiction and an eating disorder deserve the opportunity to find recovery for both in a safe, warm, and structured environment where they will receive appropriate care from a collaborative team of professionals.  

It is our belief that there is a need for more dependable resources for women in need of treatment. The stigma often associated with addiction and eating disorders prevents many from seeking treatment and from receiving appropriate, gender-responsive care. We are committed to reducing the stigma by working with our patients and community to reduce the unfavorable outcomes associated with those who go without treatment.