Programming for Addiction Eating Disorders Mental Health

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Programming

We aim to help women identify and understand the root cause of their drug or alcohol addiction. This is done through individual and group therapy, trauma work, personal assignments, community support groups, and other opportunities for introspection. 

Instead of just treating the symptoms of addiction, we believe that in  the value of providing opportunities for women to understand how their addiction started and how they are able to remove any barriers they may have to thriving on their recovery journey. 

Relapse Prevention

We help the women in our program understand their own triggers and help them to create a relapse prevention plan to implement when they complete treatment.

Addiction Education

Addiction education is a valuable part of understanding the ways in which our minds and bodies respond when drugs or alcohol are present. We teach the women in our program how to navigate their own personal addiction history and create a recovery plan.

Community Support Groups

We provide opportunities for women to connect with others in the community with similar experiences. This is done through 12-step based groups, Refuge Recovery groups, and other opportunities for sober community support.

Eating Disorder Programming

Many women living with substance use disorders are also struggling with eating disorders. We have found that it is beneficial to women seeking recovery for us to address both the drug or alcohol addiction and the eating disorder simultaneously.

We aim to teach women how to have a healthy relationship with their bodies and food. When patterns of disordered eating go unaddressed in addiction treatment, it puts women at a greater risk for relapse. Although treatment providers understand the benefits of treating co-occurring disorders, few are willing to find the resources to do so.

Meal Support

All our staff has been trained to provide meal support to help our patients develop a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.

Mindful Eating

We use a mindfulness-based approach to teach patients how to understand their body's needs and signals.

Movement

We provide movement activities each day for patients to appropriately nurture their mind-body connection.

Holistic Treatment

Holistic treatment means that we focus on healing the whole person from a biological, psychological, social and spiritual perspective. We  have found there to be a tremendous amount of value in seeing the bigger picture and how the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of a woman’s life operate as a system – as apposed to just treating the symptoms of a deeper issue.  It is our goal to work with you to determine the root or underlying cause or causes of your addictions and any co-occurring disorders. 

Through our holistic treatment lens we are able to find and address any imbalances in the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual parts of your life. 

Mental

In order to create sustainable recovery practices, you must be willing to change your mindset – letting go of any limiting beliefs you will find a new sense of self-worth and clarity of purpose for the future.

Emotional

The emotional parts of healing include working through past traumatic experiences, feelings of anxiety and depression, and learning how to appropriately experience and express the full range of human emotion. We provide you with a safe place to work through any emotional blockages or traumatic experiences that may be preventing you from moving forward.

Physical

Physical healing includes many different parts, such as: reconnecting with your body and providing it with the food and nutrients it needs for you to restore your physical health; addressing any new or current medical conditions or diseases you may have; learning healthy eating habits and how what you eat relates to how you feel; understanding how exercising and moving your body has a positive impact on your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

Spiritual

We teach you how to reconnect with the truest, most authentic version of yourself using many different techniques and practices. Our forms of spiritual healing include, but are not limited to, practicing of self-love and creating a self-care routine; mindfulness-based practices and meditation; energy healing; connecting with nature; and opportunities for you to get outside of yourself and connect with something greater.

More About Treatment

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How to prepare

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Program Schedule

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Payment Options

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Treatment

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COVID-19 Updates from The Fearless Kind

While social distancing is necessary to stay safe and healthy during this COVID-19 pandemic, we understand the risks of isolation associated with those living with an addiction or eating disorder. The Fearless Kind is still open and accepting new patients at this time! If you or a loved one is struggling, we are here to help. While treatment is a big commitment, it may be one of the safest places to be during these challenging times.

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