Are Drugs or Alcohol Controlling You?

Millions of women live with challenges related to using drugs and alcohol. There are many reasons a woman may turn to drug use but many studies show that women are more likely to use drugs to cope with stress or when influenced by a partner or family member. A personal history of trauma or abuse also increases the likelihood of substance use disorders in women.

We know that addiction is a disease that extends its reach far beyond one person. It affects children, families, friendships, jobs and many other important roles that women have.

Addiction is different for each person, which is why CODAC provides treatment that is tailored to the unique needs of women seeking help for substance use and related mental health concerns.

Our caring staff will help you progress in your recovery in a safe and comfortable setting.

Our treatment programs focus on:

  • Improving self-esteem and sense of worth
  • Individual strengths and community supports
  • Coping skills and relapse prevention
  • Life skills development
  • Stress management and wellness

Through a supportive team of Therapists, Recovery Coaches/Counselors and Peer Support Specialists, you will be empowered as you work to heal from your chemical dependency, achieve long-term sobriety, and rebuild a healthy life.

We have the following substance use treatment programs for women:

The exceptional evidence-based treatment we provide is centered around your personal recovery goals. We’ll work with you to meet your needs and empower you to live a healthy and productive life free from the harmful effects of drugs.

Primary Health Care

Along with our treatment for substance use, anxiety, depression and other mental illnesses, we can help with your common illnesses, injuries, abscesses, physical exams and screenings, wellness checkups, as well as chronic conditions such as diabetes, hepatitis and high blood pressure.  Everything from day-to-day sickness and annual checkups to vaccinations and standard lab work is available at CODAC. You’ll have a team of experts — primary care providers, along with psychiatrist professionals, therapists, recovery coaches and peers support specialists — working together as one team in one convenient location.

We understand the needs of individuals with mental health and substance use disorders. Mental health affects physical health. And, physical health can affect your mental health. By focusing on both, CODAC provides you with the most complete care available.