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Drug Rehab and treatment centers Information Fairfield, Iowa

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Drug Rehab Programs for Gays and Lesbians

Drug rehab programs for gays and lesbians do not differ substantially from "straight" rehabs. However, in a gay/lesbian drug rehab program there is an increased awareness of the unique life stresses and experiences of members within this community. There is also a sensitivity and acceptance of sexual orientation. Gay/Lesbian drug rehabs provide specific programming that meets the needs of the unique challenges facing gays and lesbians in a drug treatment center.

The most essential factor for the recovering gay or lesbian is that he or she feels comfortable within the drug treatment environment. They need to feel that they are able to open up about their experiences and heal without fear of repercussion or discrimination from either the staff or the other participating addicts in the treatment facility. There are several views on drug rehabs specifically designed for the gay and lesbian community. One of the most common views is that gay/lesbian specific rehabs are the only truly safe place for recovery. Conversely, many others preach that since the "real world" is a mixed world, healing within a drug rehab program comprised of diverse individuals, yet in a gay aware and safe rehab center, is the better alternative.


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Manning Regional Healthcare Center
Manning Regional Healthcare Center is an alcohol treatment and drug rehabilitation center that is located at 410 Main Street Manning, IA 51455.You can contact Manning Regional Healthcare Center by calling (712) 655-2300x350.
Types of ServicesGay and Lesbian
Payment Structure & Forms Medicaid Assistance, Medicare Assistance, Armed Forces Insurance, Private Pay Health Insurance, Self Payments


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