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Women's Drug Rehab in Rock Hill, SC

For anyone searching for a women’s drug rehab in Rock Hill, Hammocks on the Edisto is nearby. We are located in the South Carolina Low Country, and our exclusive focus is helping women heal from addiction and mental health disorders.

In many cases, women experience substance abuse and addiction differently than men and often have vastly distinct experiences that lead to the development of substance use disorders.

Our South Carolina rehab center focuses on women’s specific needs as they work through an addiction treatment program.

Substance Use in Women

There have been a number of key differences uncovered between men and women in the experience of addiction. Substance use and addiction were once considered “male problems,” so there wasn’t research that looked at female experiences and how to improve their treatment outcomes until the past few decades. 

Women, for example, often become addicted to substances in a shorter period of time than men. Their symptoms of addiction also become severe more quickly. This is true with drugs and alcohol because of physiological differences in how men and women process substances. Much of this wasn’t understood until the 1980s. 

Other differences between men and women often seen in substance abuse situations include:

  • For a woman, there are sex and gender differences that affect patterns of substance use. Sex differences are biologically based, and gender differences stem from cultural roles.
  • Research shows that while women are more likely to consume smaller amounts of substances, they tend to feel the effects more strongly.
  • When a woman is pregnant or breastfeeding, substance use can harm the unborn baby, but stigma can be a barrier to receiving treatment.
  • Women may have social or legal fears that prevent them from getting help for an addiction, or there may be a concern about childcare while in treatment.
  • A treatment program for women should include job training, parenting classes, and other types of life skills training.
  • Women are more likely to face serious health consequences of substance abuse, such as heart or blood vessel damage.
  • Women victims of abuse or violence are more likely to become addicted to substances.
  • Evidence shows that women are more at risk of intense drug cravings and relapse.

When looking for a Rock Hill women’s drug rehab, Hammocks on the Edisto is relatively close by. Our women’s addiction treatment programs are based on what we know from scientific evidence but also compassion.

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Addiction Signs and Symptoms in Women

The general signs of substance abuse or addiction in women can include:

  • Secretive behavior
  • Slurred speech
  • Defensiveness
  • Changes in appearance or eating or sleeping habits
  • The desire to stop using the substance but being unable to
  • Compulsive substance use, even when it causes bad effects on different parts of your life
  • Developing a tolerance and needing higher amounts of a substance to feel the same effects
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when cutting back or stopping

The risk factors for addiction in women are similar to what is seen in men, including:

  • Genetics and family history.
  • Environmental factors, like neglect or abuse from an early age.
  • Using substances starts at an early age, which affects brain development.

Hammocks on the Edisto is a South Carolina rehab center and is an option if you’re looking for a Rock Hill women’s addiction treatment center. We aren’t in Rock Hill but are close to Jacksonboro.

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We Accept Most Major Insurance

Hammocks Recovery is an in-network provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna and Aetna. Contact us today to find out if your insurance will help cover many of the costs associated with treatment at our program.

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Treating Addiction in Women

Most addiction treatment programs will include a few things. If needed, one is behavioral therapy, and the other is medication management. In addition, addiction treatment might combine individual and group therapy, family therapy, 12-step programs, and life skills training. 

A holistic approach to treating addiction looks at the needs of the individual as a whole person. You’re more than just substance use, even as you struggle with addiction. Treatment should address all of your needs.

We are close by at Hammocks on the Edisto if you’re looking for Rock Hill women’s substance abuse treatment. Our treatment is holistic and comprehensive, as well as trauma-informed.

Trauma-informed addiction treatment looks at the relationship between past traumatic experiences and the development of substance abuse problems. Trauma-informed rehab programs promote healing and empowerment, provided in a supportive environment.

Addiction is a disease, and treatment plans should approach it as such. Effective rehab plans should also delve into the deeply-rooted underlying causes of substance use disorders.

Specific types of behavioral therapy that are foundational to treating addiction include:

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy is focused on problem-solving. You work with a therapist to learn how to break unhealthy patterns of thinking and behaving contributing to substance abuse.
  • Cognitive processing therapy, or CPT, is similar to cognitive-behavioral therapy but is considered trauma-focused. Cognitive processing helps clients rework their thoughts and responses that are trauma-related.
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy, or DBT, can be done in individual and group sessions. It contains four main elements—mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and interpersonal skills.
  • Motivational interviewing helps encourage clients to talk about their mental health issues in supportive conversational environments. All the sessions have a specific, clear goal.

For women, relationships are a critical part of their identity, playing a role in decision-making, self-esteem, and daily life. Often for women, a treatment program will more heavily emphasize relationships and how to build healthy ones.

For anyone seeking a women’s drug rehab in Rock Hill, our team at Hammocks on the Edisto can help. We are located close to Charleston, and we’re experts in treating addiction disorders in women.


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Women's Stories of Hope

The Hammocks is a wonderful and life changing place. Everyone working here is warm, welcoming, and helpful. The Clinical staff is truly exceptional. I am going home a mentally healthy person looking forward to a happy & meaningful life.

Alli O.

This facility is like no other. Every Staff member was knowledgeable and friendly. Being a small group (15 max), I formed a bond with the other residents like I had never experienced before. This place saved my life.

Jill J.

Hammocks is truly a special place. Everything from the staff, therapists, activities, food, location/view/house, resources etc. were top-notch. I had an incredible experience and highly recommend this spot. 10/10.

Darcy W.

The most incredible treatment facility ever! They offer a holistic approach centered in therapy, science, and female empowerment. Eric, Sarah, Jonas, Katie, and all of the other staff offer a level of compassion that I’ve never seen before in any treatment facility. And that says a lot coming from a child of two addicts who have been in and out of facilities my entire life. They are always available and respond quickly to any questions or discussions you may bring up. The family groups were amazing and I miss them every week. They truly care and believe that recovery is possible for all!

Rhapsody C.

My wife spent a month at the Hammocks and I have nothing but incredible things to say about the facility. The help and therapy she received has truly been life changing for our family. From the day I called to discuss admission, Jonas, the director, made himself immediately available to any questions or concerns I had. Throughout her stay, I participated in multiple family sessions a week with Sarah or Eric who were both excellent. They were kind and accepting, but also thought-provoking and challenging. Not to mention, the whole facility is absolutely beautiful. I would highly recommend the Hammocks to any family in need of a recovery center.

Erica U.

This facility has absolutely saved my life. It is secluded, peaceful, beautiful, and a lovely gone environment that makes external and internal healing much easier to tackle. Being away from family and doing the intense work needed for recovery is hard enough in any environment but the Hammocks makes you feel like you are nothing shy of family. You are treated with respect and kindness, and your needs are listened to and accommodated and the staff is so loving and supportive.

Krista B.

As a therapist at Hammocks on the Edisto, I am so proud to be a part of this great team of caring professionals. Being directly involved in the process of change for our clients is a honor. The facility is beautiful and inviting and provides a healthy environment for our residents to thrive. The programming is like nothing I’ve been part of before. From our comprehensive and diverse group sessions, the wellness and yoga component, our individual therapy, medical and nursing care, nutrition and on site chef, and a great team of recovery associates, we collectively provide a great recovery experience.

Eric H.

Hammocks on the Edisto is a dream come true in so many ways. This is a unique place where women can progress on their journey to recovery surrounded by the beauty of the South Carolina Lowcountry and supported by a team of compassionate expert providers. Offerings beyond talk therapy include yoga, cooking demonstrations, adventures to local parks and beaches, and wellness coaching. The facility is never over crowded and each woman gets lots of personalized care. The healing potential is felt as soon as you drive down the long private driveway to the house. Highly recommend.

Kate A.

I was able to rediscover myself and my inner light. It was diminished for too many years and Hammocks has helped me health from the inside out. I am prepared for my future and content with my recovery and life.

H. G.

My stay here at Hammocks has been life changing. I will never forget all of the staff and women here who have made my journey successful. Without all of you I would still be broken. Love to all.


My time at the Hammocks was an absolute blessing and saved my life. This magical place on the water is beautiful, safe, and peaceful. I have made lifelong connections and relationships with all of the strong women I have met here. From the counselors and therapists, to the chef and housekeeping, Hammocks allowed me to really get vulnerable while making me feel right at home. I will always remember the amazing and calming energy, from the moment I walked through the door and will always utilize the life changing tools that were given to me during my stay. Hammocks has changed my outlook on life and has me excited to see what the future holds for my recovery!


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Dual Diagnosis Treatment

It’s true for women and anyone with an addiction disorder that they are likely to have a co-occurring mental health disorder. There are various overlaps between substance use and mental health disorders. One can come before the other, or both seemingly appear simultaneously. Mental health disorders often seen in addiction include post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, panic disorder, and bipolar disorder.

There are a few reasons for the overlaps in these conditions.

One is that both mental health disorders and substances affect the same parts of the brain. Additionally, people with an untreated mental health disorder are more likely to use substances to self-medicate symptoms. The effects of substances can, over time, also trigger a new mental health disorder.

In a dual-diagnosis treatment program, co-occurring disorders are treated simultaneously as an addiction. This reduces the risk of relapse and improves the chances of long-term recovery.

Hammocks on the Edisto does offer dual diagnosis treatment and is convenient if you’re looking for women’s drug rehab in Rock Hill.

We count on evidence-based therapy options to spark change in women’s lives and treat them as a whole person, not just as an addict. Our facility offers access to a range of approaches to do just that, including:

  • Yoga and meditation
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Holistic therapies like art or writing therapy
  • Family support sessions
  • Pet companionship with Nala, our resident black lab
  • Our wellness program, which includes nutritional education, wellness coaching, and more

The Hammocks Recovery team is made of professionals with a wide range of expertise in women’s health. That means our options for Myrtle Beach women’s addiction treatment can uniquely support and offer individualized care to clients under one roof.

Creating a community of women with similar experiences and a safe space to open up is key to helping women pursue their goals. Likewise, our facility is equipped to help women living with co-occurring disorders get the right care to minimize their risk of relapse or other health complications down the road.

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Hammocks on the Edisto Serves Rock Hill, SC

Our team is here and available to answer questions you might have or help you take the next step if you’re searching for a women’s drug rehab in Rock Hill. While we are in Jacksonboro, it’s relatively close to Rock Hill. Reach out to learn more.

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