Taos Recovery Center is created specifically to treat men with addiction. We understand that there are plenty of factors that necessitate a unique and personalized approach to addiction recovery, and a huge one of those factors is the gender of the patient. This is because men and women have some different ways that they experience the behavioral disease of addiction. We focus on some of these different ways to use them for our advantage, and for the benefit of our patients.
Gender-specific treatment can have a profound impact on a patient’s individual experience, and whether or not treatment is going to be successful for them. There are several key aspects of a man’s experience with addiction that make this so:
There are two main reasons that male-focused treatment at Taos Recovery Center provides a benefit for the therapy we give the men in our care:
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Men's Gender-Specific Residential Treatment
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I went to Shadow Mountain Rehab to address my issues with alcoholism and addiction. After realizing that for years I had been a functional addict I thought quitting or curbing this addiction would be easy but this disease is not so simple. Making the decision to go to Shadow Mountain Recovery in Taos, NM did not come lightly but I did understatement how much personal effort I would be putting in. 30 days doesn't solve everything but it does give you a chance to at least take stock of all that's going on in your life. Drinking and Drugs are just a symptom of something deeper and unique to each individual addressing their issues. This program gave me the tools and support to truly begin the process of addressing addiction, searching within and finding myself. I am 2 months sober now and my journey that began in the mountains of Taos goes on but the journey has definitely been made easier by what I learned in recovery. Sobriety is possible & if you work it guess what, it can work!Rehab.com
There aren't enough words to express how thankful I am with Shadow Mountain and the treatment they gave to me, what I lived there is something I won't be able to live anywhere else, everything there was great and everything helped me to become who I am now.Rehab.com