Female Drug Rehabilitation Anywhere In the U.S.


After over 26 years of experience in successfully treating men and their families, 10 Acre Ranch is proud to offer an exclusive healing sanctuary for women. 

Addiction and alcoholism affect one out of every ten women in the United States. Chronic alcohol and/or drug use takes a heavier physical toll on women than on men. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), the related medical problems such as brain, heart, and liver damage progress more rapidly in women than in men.

Our approach is grounded in the Twelve Steps of Recovery. Our full continuum of care includes our onsite detox, residential treatment program, partial hospitalization program (PHP), intensive outpatient program (IOP), intensive sober living (ISL), and general outpatient services, such as individual and group sessions. Our model includes a multifaceted social approach to the treatment of substance use disorder.

Because we know addiction is a disease that affects families, it is part of every one of our resident’s journey to learn how addiction affects their family system, so our family program is integral to our work.

10 Acre Is the Right Place For Female Drug Rehab

Evidence-Based Drug Rehab
Sobriety that Lasts

Our holistic approach offers a variety of services, including yoga, psychodrama, relapse prevention, DBT, animal therapy, mindfulness meditation, physical exercise, art, gardening, and many varieties of experiential therapy.

Age Appropriate Placement
Strong Support Community

We provide gender separate, culturally relevant and holistic addiction treatment services that meet the special needs of women and their families that suffer from the chronic fatal disease of addiction. Our women’s drug and alcohol program includes women from 18 up to 65.

Depression & Drug Use
We Care for our Clients

Alcohol and drug dependency is typically coupled with other co-occurring disorders such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and other mental health issues. Our residents are able to address each unique issue they face in specialized clinical programming.


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