Resources for Healing
We are honored to share with our SHE RECOVERS® Community this listing of treatment and wellness partners. The Treatment Centers, Professional Organizations, and Recovery Support Services listed below are organizations that we have come to know, trust and collaborate with over the years. We stand behind the quality, care, and mission of all who are listed. We understand how overwhelming accessing the appropriate treatment, or choosing a recovery provider, can be. It is our hope that this directory may be of assistance to those in search of quality treatment and recovery support.
Online Therapy Providers
BetterHelp.com is the world’s largest online therapy service. BetterHelp’s network of licensed, accredited, and experienced therapists can help you with a range of issues including substance use, depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, grief, loss, and more. With BetterHelp, you are encouraged to communicate using your preferred way and on your terms. You can connect with your therapist by text, online chat, phone, or video.
Until December 31, 2021, BetterHelp is providing the SHE RECOVERS Community with a 35% discount on the first month of therapy.
In addition, BetterHelp is making a $100,000 donation to SHE RECOVERS Foundation so we can continue connecting, supporting, and empowering women in or seeking recovery.
For more than 70 years, Hazelden Betty Ford treatment centers have been at the forefront of providing lifesaving, compassionate care and specialized services to help people from all walks of life find freedom from addiction. Along with inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment programs, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation offers the field’s most innovative recovery support services and resources including: virtual and phone-based coaching, web tools, mobile apps, Hazelden Publishing self-help books and more. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has 15 alcohol and drug treatment centers throughout the United States, with locations in Minnesota, California, Oregon, Illinois, Florida, Washington and New York.
Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center takes a personalized, multidisciplinary approach to healing. Pathlight believes that mental health isn’t a destination, but a lifelong exploration. Their treatment programs guide a patient’s unique path forward and light the way for resilience and long-lasting mental wellness. With facilities located in 15 centers across the United States and virtual care offered in 35 states, Pathlight provides exceptional care for those struggling with mood disorders, anxiety, and trauma-related disorders. Their programs were designed by leaders in adult and child and adolescent psychiatry, psychology, and medicine and are led by Master’s-level and industry-leading clinicians.
Futures Recovery Healthcare provides multiple pathways to recovery from addiction and co-occurring mental health conditions through evidence-based medicine, compassionate alliance, and individualized care. Futures utilizes a holistic approach to recovery that integrates somatic medicine, psychotherapies, physical therapy, and wellness services. Through their comprehensive residential program, the Orenda executive program, the Rebound activity-based program, and outpatient services, Futures embraces the complexity of addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders to empower recovery and improve outcomes. The team at Futures Recovery Healthcare focuses on providing individualized, quality, and compassionate care, with an emphasis on continued care, and alumni involvement even after treatment completes.
Gallus Detox Centers offer competent medical detox programs provided by board-certified physicians and ER/ICU level RN’s for the Arizona area. The expert teams at Gallus Detox Centers understand that entering detox can feel like a difficult process. With a focus on safety, comfort, compassion, and care, the treatment plans designed at Gallus Detox Centers meet the needs and goals of every individual so they may maintain their recovery even after detox treatment completes. Through their luxurious facilities and the breakthrough detox method created by Dr. Gallus, Gallus Detox Centers create ideal environments that promote healing, recovery, and lasting change.
Juniper Canyon is a hybrid treatment center that integrates the healing power of adventure and wilderness therapy with the clinical intensity of a residential treatment center. Their team works with women who are struggling with challenges related to substance misuse, addiction and addictive behaviors, trauma, emotional issues such as anxiety and depression, and behavioral issues. For many women, these presenting issues may be coping responses to traumatic experiences. By having a program that is specifically devoted to the needs of women, along with an outdoor environment of thousands of square miles of pristine wilderness, the team at Juniper Canyon is able to address this trauma within an unparalleled natural healing environment.
La Amistad Behavioral Health Services are set in quiet, residential areas in Maitland and Winter Park, Florida. Treatment is available to most individuals suffering from psychiatric issues, mental health issues, functional impairment, and substance use disorders. The therapeutic environment at La Amistad is serene and homelike. The team at La Amistad is composed of highly-qualified psychiatrists, psychologists, professional nurses, social workers, therapists and psychiatric attendants who work together to uphold La Amistad’s reputation for excellence in helping patients resolve behavioral health issues. La Amistad believes in building healthy communities, which start with individuals, linked through sound relationships to their families, friends, neighbors and peers.
With its headquarters in Brentwood TN, Promises Behavioral Health is a family of centers nationwide ready to help you achieve recovery. The trauma informed and systemic approach at Promises Behavioral Health focuses on healing the whole – body, mind, spirit, and all who have been impacted within the addicted family system. Whether you’re looking for treatment for yourself or for a loved one, their team is ready to help every step of the way. Standards of care at Promises Behavorial Health include: A neurobiological focus, medication assisted therapy, recovery skills and support groups, building emotional awareness and resilience, changing internal narratives, spirituality and connection, and relapse prevention.
The Refuge is a residential program designed for adults with PTSD, eating disorders, addiction, depression and co‑occurring disorders, that promotes physical, spiritual, and emotional healing through a trauma-focused treatment approach. Their comprehensive addiction programming includes evidence-based supports such as: cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), 12-Step ideology, expressive arts, yoga, meditation, breathwork, EMDR, DBT, equine therapy, and individual and group counselling. Situated on over 90 acres of pristine property within the Ocala National Forest, The Refuge provides a secluded environment for clients to experience calm and healing. Clients of The Refuge are invited to unravel the trauma story, understand the addiction and mental health story, and create the recovery story.
Timberline Knolls is a private and residential treatment center, situated on a wooded 43 acre campus, for women and adolescent girls who are struggling with eating disorders, addiction, depression, and trauma. Their holistic approach recognizes the importance of understanding the unique experiences and needs of every woman and adolescent girl. With a focus on the physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, and social needs of every individual, the all-inclusive care provided at Timberline Knolls is the most effective and appropriate method for creating lasting change and achieving life-long recovery. Residents at Timberline Knolls can rediscover their strength within a tranquil and private treatment setting.
Recovery Support Providers
Envisioned and co-founded by Jane Pinto (who is in long-term recovery), First Crop seeks to educate, inspire and bring forth wellness products rooted in the regenerative power of hemp. First Crop looks to nature and science for inspiration, working with both a dermatologist and a renowned herbal expert to develop their proprietary CBD formulations. By unifying carefully selected adaptogenic botanicals with USDA Certified Organic hemp extract, First Crop has created a plant-based experience focused on providing specific therapeutic benefits.
SHAMEBOOTH is the brainchild of artist and interventionist, Paula Williams. A graduate from The Art Institute of Chicago, Paula believes secrecy and judgment are what make shame thrive. She created the Shamebooth to bring people’s shame stories out into the open, meet them with empathy, and banish shame for good. Paula’s desire to help others evolved as the result of years of self medicating with alcohol and pills, and a history of mental health issues, which has led Paula to recovery. This experience has radically shifted her perspective towards others who are suffering and are full of shame, terrified to ask for help.
The team at SoberBuddy has learned there are some things that work better than others when it comes to navigating sobriety. Based on their extensive experience with supporting those in recovery, as well as research conducted by experts in the field, SoberBuddy has created a road map that will guide participants – step by step – towards a thriving life in recovery. To help you move forward each day, SoberBuddy will send you a free daily email that includes a bite-size challenge that will help you stay motivated, learn skills, and prevent or recover from relapse. Take the challenge and see things begin to improve, today.
The ‘Getting Unstuck’ 6-week online coaching programme at the Sober School is designed to help women stop drinking and create an alcohol-free life they love. Directed by Sober School Founder Kate, ‘Getting Unstuck’ provides support to women who want to stop drinking or change their wine o’clock lifestyle. This programme includes daily lessons, as well as a private and secure online classroom, giving participants an opportunity to engage with a community of women – all working towards the same goal. The Sober School promotes a strength-based approach, celebrating wins, and troubleshooting tricky spots, so women can break free from the cycles of shame and guilt – for good.
Women For Sobriety, Inc. (WFS) is a non-profit organization and a self-help program (also called the New Life Program) for women with Substance Use Disorders. Founded in 1975, it was the first national self-help program for addiction recovery developed to address the unique needs of women. Based upon the thirteen Acceptance Statements, the New Life Program is one of positivity that encourages emotional and spiritual growth. The New Life Program has been extremely effective in helping women to overcome their Substance Use Disorders and learn a whole new lifestyle. As a recovery program, it can stand alone or be used alongside other recovery supports simultaneously.
Professional & Training Providers
The Institute for Creative Mindfulness is an educational organization guided by the principles of phenomenology (the study of individual lived experience) and qualitative inquiry. Founded by Dr. Jamie Marich, the person-centered values and trauma-informed characteristics of flexibility and safety are central to their mindful approach to education. In addition to training programs in EMDR Therapy and a Certificate Program in Expressive Arts Therapy, the Institute also operates the Dancing Mindfulness program and clinical training in the Yoga For Clinicians approach to trauma-informed yoga. The Institute For Creative Mindfulness also guides individuals in pursuing EMDRIA-Approved credentials as a Certified EMDR Therapist or Approved Consultant.