Women's Drug Rehab Centers in Mississippi, United States

Home » Women's » United States » Mississippi
Speak With a Compassionate Treatment Specialist Now!

Who Answers?

Most insurance plans will cover either all or a portion of the treatment.


See if Your Insurance Covers Rehab

A comprehensive and accurate directory of co-ed women’s alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers in Mississippi, United States

Filter your results for Co-Ed Women’s rehabs in Mississippi

  1. Select “Women’s” in the Category
  2. Select the Location or “Near Me” for Listings Within 100 Miles

Connect with a Women’s Addiction Treatment Center in Mississippi

Life Help Mental Health Ctr/Region 6 Rolling Fork Office/Issaquena County

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Region 13

Mississippi Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center

Gulf Coast Veterans Healthcare System Biloxi

Biloxi Treatment Center Metro Treatment of Mississippi LP

Home of Grace Men Addiction Recovery Program

Stevens Center of Singing River Servs Region 14

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Greene County

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Hancock County Office

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Crossroads Recovery Center

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Perry County Office

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Pearl River County Office

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Stone County Office

Weems Community MH Center Clarke County Office

Clearview Recovery Center of Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Region 12

Pine Grove BH and Addiction Servs

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Lamar County

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Region 12 Oak Arbor

Second Chance

Alliance Health Center DBA Alliance Health Center Inc

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Marion County Office

Weems Community MH Center Newton County Office

Weems Community MH Center Smith County Office

Southwest MS Mental Health Complex Region 11 Addiction Services

Serenity Summit LLC

Jolimar Recovery Center

Weems Community MH Center Weems LifeCare

Mississippi State Hospital Substance Use Service

Women's Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Updated:05/01/2024

Women’s Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Mississippi

Although men generally face higher rates of Substance Use Disorder than women, the female population battles its own physical and psychological obstacles that can lead to Substance Use Disorder. For one thing, women generally have a more limited tolerance toward alcohol and other drugs and are less able to metabolize larger amounts of these substances. On another, women face a litany of emotional and social issues, for which they may self-medicate. These issues range from higher rates of sexual assault, discrimination, and marginalization in many areas of life. If you or your loved one are a woman struggling with Substance Use Disorder, there is compassionate, intuitive, and expert rehab available to help you enter recovery.

What Happens in Women’s Rehab?

Data from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) indicates that 19.5 million females (or 15.4 percent) ages 18 or older have used illicit* drugs in the past year; a significant percentage of this population winds up with serious substance use and mental illness issues.

Rehab for women must offer affirming, compassionate, and sensitive behavioral therapy that speaks to the unique and diverse issues women face that drive substance use. These may include family issues, domestic violence, workplace prejudice, among many others. This type of behavioral treatment should include group therapy, individualized counseling, and additional modalities, like cognitive behavioral therapy.

Find A Women’s Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Your Community

You don’t have to live in fear or shame about your substance use anymore. Our directory can match you with a women’s rehab and treatment option in your area or anywhere in the country. These centers offer inpatient, outpatient, and long-term care to address your unique treatment needs and lifestyle. You can use your private insurance, Medicare or Medicaid to pay for treatment, depending on the program you choose and your financial resources.