Women’s Long-Term Addiction Recovery Program
An Alternative Approach to
Long-Term Rehab programs for women
An Alternative Approach to Rehab Programs for Women
A Foundation for
A UNIQUE APPROACH TO
LASTING RECOVERY FOR WOMEN
We Know that Every Story is Different
A Multi-Step Addiction Recovery Program
Guiding Women on the Path to Sobriety
While the program phases have a general timeframe, we work with each woman and her family to decide when they are ready to progress. We believe involvement from their support system allows our residents and their families to feel comfortable and confident in the recovery process.
The Power of
Addiction is a Disease that Affects
Men and Women Differently
Addiction is a Disease that Affects Men and Women Differently
Our women’s only campus in Tuscaloosa, AL, allows women to focus on developing the mindset and skills needed for long-term recovery in a safe environment of supportive peers. Our residents establish a sisterhood and friendships that far exceed their time at our home.
Who should come to
A Reprieve for Women?
Women that struggle with relationships, an unhealthy body image, and/or self and peer acceptance
Women with co-occurring mental health concerns, such as depression and anxiety
Women dealing with grief or trauma
Women that lack direction and goals in the areas of employment, responsibility, and accountability
Women that have been unsuccessful in traditional rehab or 12 Step programs
Located in Tuscaloosa, AL, near the University of Alabama, our modern home features spacious accommodations and family-style amenities, such as a pool and theater room, creating a comfortable, supportive atmosphere that inspires wellness, creativity, and fun!
Hiram Henegar, LPC
“This is the most extensive center for addiction. Best therapy and trauma work. DBT skills and repairing relationships. The Reprieve changes lives and offers opportunities to help with education and job stability as well. The staff teaches you to take responsibility while giving yourself grace. Lifetime connections are made here, and lives are saved. The benefits of long-term programs are unmatched.”