Housed in luxurious accommodations within a serene beachside community in Orange County, California, The Rose of Newport Beach is a comprehensive treatment program that provides compassionate care to women who have been struggling with substance abuse, addiction, and certain co-occurring disorders. Treatment at The Rose emphasizes the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual transformation of the individual. Our foremost priority is to provide the highest quality of care that will empower women to overcome the obstacles that have been preventing them from achieving healthier, happier, and more productive lifestyles, free from dependence on illicit chemicals and destructive behavioral patterns.
At The Rose, women in treatment will work with a team of dedicated and compassionate professionals. Our treatment staff features drug and alcohol counselors, a licensed marriage and family therapist, nurses, a psychiatrist, physician assistants, and marriage and family therapist trainees and registered interns. We are proud to have professionals on our staff who have been trained in a variety of specialties, including eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), trauma, couples and family counseling, hypnotherapy, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), nutrition, and massage therapy. These areas of specialty make up the world-class care women receive at our center, which includes the following options for treatment:
Residential treatment at The Rose is a three-phase experience that includes traditional residential care, partial hospitalization (PHP), and intensive outpatient (IOP) services. The primary objective of our treatment is to help women achieve 30 to 90 days of sobriety, while helping them to make the lifestyle changes that will support continued growth and recovery after they have completed their time with us.
Treatment in all three phases incorporates the following therapeutic modalities:
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Also, women who engage in all three of our treatment phases will participate in a variety of activities and therapies, including the following:
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Art therapy
- Experiential therapies, including Pilates, massage, and yoga
- Co-dependency workshops
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Trauma resolution
- Family systems approach
In addition to the treatment methods and modalities listed above, The Rose also embraces the principles and philosophy of the 12-Step recovery model. The 12 steps offer women in recovery a template for long-term sobriety that is built upon fellowship with other recovering women and the process of attending support groups, working through the steps with the assistance of a sponsor, and, when appropriate progress has been made, giving back to the community by helping others who are new to the process.
The Rose II
At The Rose, we understand that treatment is just one step on the path of recovery. The three-phase treatment program described in the previous section is designed to provide women with an intensive and comprehensive experience that best prepares them to succeed in recovery after they have completed treatment and returned home.
However, we recognize that women who have already completed a traditional 30-day program at another center can benefit from the extended care that we provide in the PHP and IOP components of our residential treatment program. For that reason, we created The Rose II.
The Rose II is a combined two-phase program that offers services at the PHP and IOP levels of care. Participation in this program is limited to women who have completed residential treatment at another center. As is the case in our residential program, The Rose II features a variety of therapeutic modalities and offers women the opportunity to participate in a dynamic series of individual, group, and experiential therapies, along with hypnotherapy, art therapy, massage therapy, yoga, Pilates, EMDR, trauma resolution workshops, co-dependency workshops, and family systems education.
Within both our primary residential program and The Rose II, we mindfully integrate a variety of treatment interventions into each woman’s treatment plan, and we customize all care to meet the unique needs of each individual who chooses to heal with us.
When a woman completes her stay in our primary program or The Rose II, she will leave us not only with newfound confidence, skills, and abilities, but also with a comprehensive plan that will identify the referrals, resources, and other sources of support that will enhance her ability to build upon the successes that she made while in our care.
At The Rose, the post-treatment planning process begins the day that a woman begins treatment. This planning process will involve the individual in treatment, her family or significant other (when appropriate), and one or more members of our staff. Beginning to prepare for discharge the day a person starts treatment allows us to incorporate initial assessments, progress and setbacks during treatment, a summary of critical events during treatment, and the individual’s level of functioning or functional limitations at the end of treatment.
The result is a thorough plan that includes recommendations on procedures, activities, or referrals to assist the individual in maintaining or improving functioning and increased independence as well as the status, location, and arrangements for future services that will benefit her for the long-term.
The moment a woman walks through the door at The Rose, she joins a vibrant healing community that is dedicated to helping her achieve and surpass her goals. From her first day in our care until long after she has completed the treatment phases of her recovery, she will be a valuable and valued member of The Rose family.
Why treatment at a ‘women’s only’ facility? Both men and women share many symptoms of alcohol and drug addiction, but their pathways to abuse and addiction can be quite different.
If you have spent any time researching addiction treatment centers, then you are aware that there is a positive correlation between time spent in a treatment program and the individual’s likelihood of achieving long-term sobriety.
Another statistic that is well-documented is the positive relationship between attending a gender-specific primary care program and the likelihood of long-term successful abstinence.
Giving Our Women the Best Chance at Recovery
At The Rose for Women, our addiction treatment experts have created a private, structured, and highly supervised treatment facility in a beautiful home right on the beach. The woman who participates in The Rose’s addiction treatment program will find herself in a clean, cozy, and enjoyable resort-like environment while she receives state-of-the-art addiction treatment.
Being in a ‘women’s only’ program allows the woman to work together with others and forge caring bonds of accountability and support. The woman can focus solely on her recovery for 30, 60, or 90 days, and build an excellent foundation that will help her overcome the urge to relapse when she graduates to less supervised care.
Women Experience Addiction and Alcoholism Differently than Men
Another reason to begin recovery at a ‘women’s only’ treatment center is that research suggests that women experience drug and alcohol addiction differently than men do. Not only do they have different biological responses and co-morbid factors, but they also have separate reasons for turning to drugs and alcohol in the first place. Given these differences, women fare best in gender-specific recovery programs during the first 30 to 90 days of treatment.
Women have different predisposing risk factors, psychological disorders, and family and social risk factors than men. There various parts of the woman’s experience and personality contribute to chemical dependency.
Women Have Unique Issues and Needs
Women are more likely to have experienced physical or sexual abuse than men, and commonly present their addiction with a dual diagnosis. Women who are mothers trapped in their addiction bring a special set of frustration and problems to their treatment. The women at The Rose understand this as many of them are mothers in recovery themselves.
Women in treatment (and after treatment) are often at greater risk of relapse than men for a variety of reasons. Women also relapse for different reasons than men do. Our experience has shown that women are more likely to relapse as a result of interpersonal problems, and are also less likely to relapse when they are alone. Because women tend to obtain more social support from friends than do men, they may find themselves more often in situations in which they feel pressured into substance use due to peer interaction. Also, relapse risk is exacerbated when women are in the regular presence of a romantic partner.
The Rose is a Place for Women to Find Serenity
For all of the above reasons, The Rose was designed as a nice, clean, and private drug rehab facility for women to build a foundation toward a lifelong program of recovery. Contact our helpful treatment center admissions team to have all of your questions answered and to begin an assessment of you or your loved one’s drug or alcohol abuse. This important step will ultimately lead to the caring and effective help that you or your loved one deserve.