Part of being a productive professional employee or entrepreneur is being healthy. Due to many factors addiction is a larger problem in the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer community. Getting help is a strong and brave thing to do for yourself.
Mission: To reduce the impact of substance abuse by helping people locate proper treatment.
The data in this directory comes from Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator by SAMSHA. Feedback from users of their addiction treatment directory convinced us that we need to create a user-friendly, easy to navigate, substance use disorder directory – Welcome to Drug Rehab USA. Your source for finding rehab near you and for you.
LGBTQIA+ Friendly Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers
Locate addiction treatment facilities that provide LGBTQIA+ clients with an inclusive, welcoming and accepting place for addiction recovery through evidence-based treatment for substance abuse, sexual health and mental health
AllTreatment (Locator Directory)
Local LGBTQIA Friendly Rehab Locator (Locator Directory)
The LGBTQIA+ community faces a unique and specific set of circumstances that can lead to a variety of long-term psychological health issues. Lack of acceptance from their loved ones, constant anxiety over social judgment, depression stemming from the internalization of the toxic and misinformed perceptions of others, fear of bodily harm, and multiple other factors can take a tremendous emotional toll and often lead members of the community to self-medicate with drugs and alcohol. As the addiction treatment community and the world at large gain a better understanding of the distinct struggles that this population faces, more and more facilities are offering LGBTQIA+-friendly alcohol and drug rehab centers.
Detoxes (Locator Directory)
Note: They have a page about LGBTQ and addiction yet was not able to search using LGBTQ as a search criteria. It is location based only as much as we could tell.
LGBTQ Friendly Drug and Alcohol Detox Near Me (Locator Directory)
Members of the LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, queer) are nearly three times as likely as their straight peers to use a controlled substance. For example, 25% of LGBTQ+s drink alcohol, while 5-10% of the general population does. We’ll discuss in this report, the unique situations that drive LGBTQ+ members to a greater increased risk for substance abuse. We’ll also discuss some of the drugs prominent in this population and their specific harms.
Defining Wellness Centers is a true labor of love. Wellness, mental health, and addiction treatment are what my wife, Robin, and I are passionate about and it is truly our life’s work. We believe so much in what we’re doing and the care we’re providing and we’ve put our heart and soul into developing an innovative treatment program with proven, evidence-based therapeutic techniques and cutting-edge biotechnological modalities.
Serving our clients is our mission, and Defining Wellness Centers provides a nonjudgmental, positive environment that encourages hope, enlightenment, healing, wellness, and freedom.
Note: No direct mention on LGBTQ specifically, yet a potential rehab service offering in Fort Lauderdale, an LGBTQ capital.
Agape’s rehabilitation center in Fort Lauderdale for substance abuse embraces a universal, unconditional love that transcends, that serves regardless of circumstances. We provide individuals all over the country with the opportunity to achieve the gift of lasting sobriety. Our evidence-driven therapy and counseling methods are based on a belief that each and every individual is worth living a joyous and rewarding life free from the bondage of addiction. With a comprehensive treatment plan that includes multiple levels of care (partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, outpatient) you or your loved one can rest assured that our addiction specialists will get to the underlying root causes of substance abuse for complete inner healing. We offer a full spectrum of mental health services guided by a team of world-class addiction specialists. Experience the difference with AGAPE Treatment Center of South Florida: a twelve-step rehabilitation program created solely for the purpose of saving lives from the grip of chemical dependency and alcoholism.
Treatment-Centers.net (Locator Directory)
Note: Locator Directory – a Search for LGBT resulted in no findings but still a resource.
Sexual abuse, whether direct physical assault or pattern of ongoing behavioral harassment, can precipitate a variety of ongoing mental health and quality-of-life issues from which it can be tremendously difficult to recover. One of these issues is the onset of substance use disorder (SUD). Drug and alcohol use can often become a coping mechanism for victims of all types of sexual assault, including those who suffer sudden and violent rape or attempted sexual assault; those who are sexually molested as children; and those who are consistently sexually objectified in various areas of their lives. Understanding the scope of sexual violence and its relationship to corresponding SUD can better influence treatment protocols and lead to more intuitive care.
Note: No direct mention on LGBTQ specifically, yet a potential rehab service offering.
At Choices Recovery, we understand the urgency of providing effective treatment for those individuals who are struggling with addictions to drugs or alcohol. Our goal is to help addiction sufferers reverse the physical and emotional damages so they can resume their place in society and enjoy productive, happy lives.
To help our clients in every way possible, we have created a treatment program that aims to address every contributing factor in the addiction. None of our clients are forced to participate in a treatment plan they are not comfortable with. Regardless of the drug involved, the severity of the addiction, or the physical and mental health of the individual, we have a program that will bring about a lasting recovery.
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