Gateway House Recovery Center Womens Residential

3900 Armour Street
Fort Smith, AR 72904

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About Gateway House Recovery Center Womens Residential

Located in Fort Smith, Arkansas, Gateway Recovery Center for Women is a dual diagnosis treatment program treating women in AR. Offering residential treatment, Gateway Recovery Center blends 12 step facilitation with therapeutic approaches to help women overcome substance use disorders.

The experienced treatment team provides an evidence based curriculum using CBT, motivational enhancement therapy, EMDR, hypnotherapy, mindfulness, individual, and group therapy, movement, recreational activities, and psychoeducation. Patients are expected to participate regularly in 12 step meetings. Additional support is provided to patients transitioning into either supported housing living or back into the community.

Certified by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), reflecting their high quality healthcare. Insurance plans, state insurance, sliding scale, and self pay options available.

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Private Rehab

Private drug rehab provides a comfortable, secure environment that allows you to focus on doing the work to ge...t your life back on track. Benefits include a higher staff-to-client ratio, increased one-on-one time with therapists and healthcare providers, private rooms for clients, and customized forms of therapy.
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Addiction Treatment Programs

Adult Program Alcoholism Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Drug Rehab EMDR Therapy Hypnotherapy Opioid Treatment Women's Rehab Teen & Adolescent Program

Adult Program

Adults aged 18 and older who struggle with substance abuse can attend an adult program in Arkansas to receive treatment for addiction. These programs provide intervention therapies that help the individual stop using and learn ways to stay clean.

Alcoholism

For those whose lives have been derailed by alcohol use disorder, alcohol rehab in Arkansas offers hope. Through individualized treatment, these programs address alcohol dependency and help participants recover and begin living a healthy, sober life.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Often used to treat dual diagnosis disorders, cognitive behavioral therapy in Arkansas addresses disroders like PTSD, ADD, anxiety, OCD, and bipolar disorder, along with substance use disorders. This method helps individuals find connections between their feelings, thoughts, and actions and understand how those things affect their recovery.

Drug Rehab

The goal of drug rehab in Arkansas is to help individuals stop using addictive substances and learn healthy ways to remain clean long-term. Participants learn vital skills to cope with cravings and manage stress, to prevent relapse.

EMDR Therapy

EMDR Therapy is a neurobiological treatment modality used to address trauma disorders and related mental and behavioral health challenges. Short for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, EMDR is designed to help clients cope with distressing memories and emotions, including fear, sadness, and anger. EMDR may help clients in addiction recovery manage the psychological and emotional triggers that contribute to substance misuse and/or addiction relapse.

Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is an evidence-based complementary approach to addiction treatment in which clients enter an induced state of deep relaxation. Once the client has entered this hypnotic state, the hypnotherapist uses various techniques, including guided imagery and positive affirmations, to help clients “unlearn” negative behaviors, such as substance misuse, and adopt healthy ones. The approach supports clients’ long-term mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing and reduces their risk of relapse by tapping into the power of the subconscious mind.

Opioid Treatment

Arkansas residents who are addicted to opioids can find help at an opioid rehab in Arkansas. Opioid addiction is highly treatable with therapy and medication assisted methods. Treatment focuses on both physical and emotional aspects of the addiction.

Women's Rehab

For women, the experiences that lead to addiction are often very different than men. Women’s rehab in Arkansas addresses the way stress, trauma, genetics, and their environment affect women’s addiction challenges and recovery journey.

Teen & Adolescent Program

An effective young adult program in Arkansas gives young people the skills they need to embrace recovery with confidence and the ability to make healthy choices. Treatment focuses on challenges specific to this age group.

Levels of Care

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Detox & MAT

Detox is typically the first step of drug rehab in Arkansas. Addictive substances are slowly removed from your... system, and you're monitored by medical professionals around the clock during the detox process.
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Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab in Arkansas is designed primarily for clients exiting detox, people in early recovery, and tho...se at an elevated risk of relapse. Participants reside at the treatment facility until they complete their recovery program, which gives them access to medical providers and therapeutic tools. .
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Outpatient Rehab

Many people in drug rehab in Arkansas transition to an outpatient rehab program after completing a residential... or partial hospitalization program. This transition allows them to return to their life and responsibilities while still meeting with recovery experts and attending support groups.
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Dual Diagnosis & Mental Health

Many people who struggle with addiction also experience co-occurring disorders such as depression or anxiety. ...Dual diagnosis programs in Arkansas specialize in treating both disorders, which is essential for recovery.
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Sober Living

When you choose sober living in Arkansas, you’ll live in a housing environment that encourages sobriety. Res...idents follow a structured schedule that includes contributing to chores, working, and abstaining from all drugs and alcohol. This structure is often helpful during the first few months of sobriety, when you’re most vulnerable.
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Accreditations

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Insurance

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If you need help paying for alcohol and drug rehab in Arkansas, financial aid may be an option. Financial assi...stance options include grants, scholarships, non-profit programs, personal funding, and health insurance programs to help you manage the expense of substance abuse treatment.
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medicaid icon Medicaid Accepted

(also known as Arkansas Health and Opportunity for Me Program): If you’re struggling to pay for rehab, you m...ay be eligible for Medicaid. Coverage varies, but can help pay for alcohol and drug rehab in Arkansas.
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If you have a private insurance policy, it can significantly lower the cost of alcohol and drug rehab in Arkan...sas. The coverage tends to vary based on specific rehab insurance terms, and you may be left with out-of-pocket costs like a copayment or co-insurance. Check with your insurer for more information.
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self-pay icon Self-Pay Options

Self-pay options for drug rehab in Arkansas, also known as private pay, let you pay out-of-pocket or via perso...nal or medical loans. There are usually different fee structures for different levels of care.
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Paying for alcohol and drug rehab in Arkansas may be a reality with sliding scale payment options. For those w...ho qualify for this payment option, you’re only asked to pay what you can reasonably afford. Clients must complete an application and provide supporting financial documentation to determine eligibility.
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3900 Armour Street
Fort Smith, AR 72904

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