Addiction is not your fault. It wasn’t even your intention. Your goals in life were not to harm relationships, yourself or your personal or professional communities. The past does not determine your future, but your choices today certainly can.

When you begin our women’s program, you can focus on the things that are important and that you likely care most about. Relationships, self-care, establishing a safe community of support and reconnecting with a sense of joy and purpose. At Pavillon, your treatment will be tailored exclusively to you, and it may include one or more approaches, such as:

Group meeting for the Women's Program
  • Experiential therapy
  • Yoga and/or tai chi
  • Weekly outings 
  • Working on relationship issues, such as empowerment, boundaries, codependency 
  • Addressing shame and grief
  • Cultivating natural and healthy coping skills (that can be used universally with or without others)  

Healing Relationships Can Foster Your Recovery

At Pavillon, we treat you, the whole person: mind, body and spirit. The whole person enters treatment, and the whole person pursues recovery. With that in mind, the process is anchored in transforming relationships so that your entire social support system also enters recovery.

During your treatment, you will gain an understanding of relationship dynamics and family systems, how to transform yourself and your family, and how to enjoy a life of sobriety. To achieve this, your clinical team will be your support system, providing compassionate accountability and encouraging you to keep discovering, healing and growing into recovery.

Recognizing Trauma, Managing Its Effects

Trauma can feed patterns of unhealthy behavior and destructive thinking, including self-sabotage. Trauma is often the result of life events or caused by a substance use disorder or mental health issues. 

Our women’s program focuses on the gentle yet proven techniques of emotional self-regulation, self-soothing, self-care and emotional safety. During this self-discovery, you can also learn healthy activities that fortify self-care.