Women In New Recovery (WINR) is an Arizona Drug and Alcohol Treatment program offering a full continuum of care, including Extended Care Treatment , Transitional Programs, and Sober Living all exclusively for women. Our holistic approach includes intense trauma focus, physical wellness, family healing work, and the development of the important skills needed for long term sobriety. The WINR campus provides a lovely and safe environment where a woman can heal, transition, and succeed in recovery.
Your recovery is comprehensibly addressed through therapy, exercise, process groups, nutrition, and cutting edge holistic therapies.
WINR promises to comprehensively address our resident’s recovery and life so that they can find self-respect, gain the respect of others, feel accepted and find freedom and joy in life. We offer a structured and supported environment to address and prioritize social, emotional, physical, and family/legal issues.
When it comes to women getting help for addiction, why is a gender-specific environment so important?
Research proves women who are a part of a gender-specific environment have lower relapse rates and increase significantly the probability of long term successful recovery, chances of relapse decrease, and the probability of long-term recovery increase significantly.
Addicted women are dealing with problems far different than from their male counterpart, they experience more depression, low self-esteem, and physical and mental health issues. They must be in a safe and supportive environment.
It becomes apparent that a woman is suffering when her relationships begin to deteriorate, and she avoids her loved ones. She uses and drinks often in seclusion. She will make up elaborate excuses for her abnormal behavior, including her intensified mood swings and belligerence. As she becomes uncertain of herself, it is apparent that she doesn’t know how to handle the problems that the addiction is causing in her life, although that will be very difficult for her to admit.
Her behavior will continue to degrade until she gets help. This is where WINR will support you.
Since women abuse drugs and alcohol for different reasons than men, finding a program that recognizes these differences, and strategizes specifically how women handle addiction and relapse, ensure the maximum effectiveness of treatment.
Gender-specific treatment also eliminates distractions from the opposite sex. All too often mixed gender treatment allows women to seek other ways to fill the void and escape from dealing with their feelings. In the simplicity and safety of an all-female setting she’s able to fully self-disclose personal experiences, without fearing judgment, as the female addict often suffers from chronic low self-esteem.
A woman’s sense of well-being is often based on the safety and harmony of her relationships with others. Being with other women who are going through similar situations creates a sense of comfort and familiarity. This is crucial in early sobriety because every woman should dig deep to discover holistic healing.
We will not waste your time or your money. Initially we will complete a phone assessment, answer all your questions, then determine if this is the best program for you.
If one of our graduates falters in her first year of recovery we will provide and additional 30 days of residential care with special emphasis on relapse triggers. For free. No strings attached. Our residents’ success in long term sobriety is our success.
“WINR has given me confidence in my ability to stay sober. I have regained my sense of self and I am working on becoming a good sister, mother and friend again to the people I love. I have come to know new friends, who are in recovery, who love me unconditionally and truly care about me.”- Heather M.
“WINR has helped me save my own life. This program has re-structured not only my thinking, but my priorities, my relationships, and my employment. I am okay in my own skin today.”- Kelli B.
“I am the grandmother of Christy W and I wanted to thank you for helping her change her life. I am in a retirement home now and Christy is helping me with anything I need. I am so proud of her and thankful to you for helping her! .”- Ann