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Addiction Rehab Program
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White Lotus Landing is a women’s addiction rehab program in Leominster, Massachusetts. We provide residential addiction treatment and treatment for co-occurring disorders (including mental illness).

Our facility provides a safe, healing environment to address the root causes that lead to substance use disorders. With our help, you can reclaim your life from addiction and start on a path toward long-lasting recovery.

Our Mission

At White Lotus Landing, our mission is to provide compassionate residential rehabilitation services tailored specifically for women. We’re dedicated to empowering women on their journey to recovery from substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions. Our rehab program fosters healing, growth, and resilience in a supportive and nurturing environment. Through evidence-based treatments, personalized care, and a commitment to individualized support, we strive to inspire hope, restore lives, and cultivate lasting wellness for every woman we serve.

Rehab Programs

At White Lotus Landing, we provide addiction treatment for women through a residential treatment program and a dual diagnosis program.

Our residential rehab programs for women offer a nurturing environment for recovery from substance use disorders. In our residential treatment program, you will reside in a therapeutic setting where our dedicated team provides round-the-clock care and support. In an inpatient program, you can focus entirely on your recovery journey, free from the distractions and triggers of everyday life.

Our program includes a variety of evidence-based therapies, such as individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy. Residential treatment typically lasts 30 to 90 days. In this time, attendees attend daily therapy sessions to learn about addiction and learn coping and relapse prevention strategies to maintain sobriety. We’ll create a personalized treatment plan to support you on your path to reclaiming your life and achieving lasting sobriety.

A dual diagnosis program is a specialized treatment program designed to address the complex needs of individuals struggling with both substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health conditions. Dual diagnosis treatment recognizes the interconnected nature of addiction and mental illness, and provides integrated care to address both issues simultaneously. Our comprehensive approach aims to increase the likelihood of sustained recovery and improve overall well-being.

Dual diagnosis treatment typically includes a combination of therapeutic modalities tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual. Medication management and intensive therapies are often included in a dual diagnosis plan. It’s important to address co-occurring disorders with a dual diagnosis approach. When left untreated, mental health or substance use disorders can worsen the other condition.

What We Treat

In our addiction rehab program, we treat all substance use disorders and most co-occurring mental health disorders. These conditions may include:

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is characterized by compulsive alcohol consumption despite negative consequences. Individuals with AUD may experience tolerance to alcohol’s effects, difficulties controlling their alcohol intake, and withdrawal symptoms when trying to reduce use. Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to a range of health problems, including liver disease, cardiovascular issues, and cognitive impairment.

Prescription drug misuse involves using medications in ways other than prescribed, often to achieve a feeling of being “high.” This can include taking higher doses, using the drugs without a prescription, or using them for non-medical purposes. Commonly misused prescription drugs include opioids, benzodiazepines, and stimulants. Misuse of these medications can lead to dependence, overdose, and adverse health effects.

Heroin addiction involves the compulsive use of heroin, an illegal opioid drug synthesized from morphine. Heroin use can lead to physical dependence, tolerance, and withdrawal symptoms. Chronic heroin use is associated with a range of health problems, including infectious diseases, respiratory issues, and overdose.

Cocaine abuse involves the recreational use of cocaine, a powerful stimulant drug derived from the coca plant. Cocaine use can lead to increased energy, euphoria, and heightened arousal. However, chronic cocaine abuse is associated with cardiovascular problems, neurological damage, and psychiatric disorders.

Methamphetamine dependence involves the compulsive use of methamphetamine, a potent stimulant drug that affects the central nervous system. Methamphetamine use can lead to increased energy, euphoria, and decreased appetite. However, chronic methamphetamine use is associated with dental problems, psychosis, and cognitive impairment.

Mental health disorders we treat include:

Anxiety disorders involve excessive worry, fear, or apprehension about future events or situations. Symptoms may include restlessness, muscle tension, irritability, and difficulty concentrating. Anxiety disorders can significantly impact daily functioning and quality of life if left untreated, often leading to avoidance behaviors and social withdrawal.

Trauma refers to deeply distressing or disturbing experiences that overwhelm an individual’s ability to cope. Trauma can result from various events such as abuse, violence, accidents, or natural disasters. Symptoms of trauma may include flashbacks, nightmares, hypervigilance, emotional numbness, and difficulty forming trusting relationships.

Depression is a mood disorder characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and loss of interest or pleasure in activities. Other symptoms may include changes in appetite or weight, sleep disturbances, fatigue, and thoughts of death or suicide.

Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder characterized by alternating periods of depression and mania (or hypomania). During manic episodes, individuals may experience elevated mood, increased energy, and impulsivity. Depressive episodes may involve feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and low energy.

Paying for Rehab

We understand the cost of addiction treatment is sometimes a deterrent and work to make our treatment accessible to women in Massachusetts. We are an in-network partner with Mass Health. We also accept cash as payment for treatment. Contact our admissions team for guidance on how to pay for rehab and the various options available to you. Our team can help you navigate the process.

Contact White Lotus Landing

Do you need help for yourself or a loved one? Call White Lotus Landing today to start a treatment plan. Our women’s rehab program in Leominster, MA, is a place to begin healing through intensive treatment and therapeutic interventions. Reach out today to discuss how we can help you overcome substance use disorder and start on your recovery.
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