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Co-Ed Treatment Program

What is Co-Ed Treatment?

A good addiction and mental health treatment facility may offer a range of treatment programs, which provides a choice for the clients to suit their needs. Some individuals may prefer gender-specific treatment programs where living facilities are separated by gender. However many others choose co-ed treatment programs where they benefit from men and women being in recovery together. In gender-specific programs, individuals may bond well through their shared experiences, whereas in co-ed treatment programs, individuals often benefit from the experiences of the opposite gender.

Men and women experience addiction differently, therefore a co-ed program can expand into holding space for a variety of perspectives. In general, co-ed treatment programs offer more of a real-world perspective that include men and women in everyday interactions and conversations. This can also prepare them for the real world when they leave recovery.

Clinically Reviewed by: Charee Marquez, LMFT
Review Date: 3/1/2023

Benefits of Co-Ed Treatment Programs

A wide range of experiences

Addiction triggers and mental health issues may often arise from toxic relationships or relationship-based stressors. In such cases, individuals may learn more from the opposite gender in a low-risk, non-judgmental environment.

Learning to form healthier relationships

If an individual is open to new relationships, whether romantically or otherwise, co-ed programs provide options for healthier relationships with both men and women.

Opens up a broader view of issues

Because men and women experience addiction and mental health issues differently, co-ed treatment programs allow for addressing more of these issues.

Rehab opportunities for couples

Intimate living environment at home often means that both people in a relationship end up abusing substances. In such cases, co-ed treatment programs can help the couples heal and recover together.

Is Co-Ed Treatment Right For You?

When you are trying to choose the right treatment program for you, consider what would be the best opportunity for you to recover in the long term. Talk to the treatment facility administrators, tour the facility, ask about all the options and services they provide. A good treatment center would offer a wide range of choices for you to make an individualized decision that’s right for you.

If you have had relationship problems, and if they may have led you to your addiction and mental health issues, you may consider co-ed treatment programs in order to learn more about yourself and your behavioral patterns.

If you are planning to get treatment with a partner or spouse, co-ed treatment may be an ideal choice for you to learn more about each other and recover together for the long term.

Co-Ed Treatment may not be for you if

  • You feel more comfortable in a group setting and living arrangements with others of your own gender
  • You have had a history of sexual abuse and trauma from a person of the opposite gender
  • You want to go into treatment with your partner but cannot arrange for child care
  • You are hesitant to open up about your issues in group settings with people of the opposite gender
  • You are pregnant and can benefit from being in an all-women program
  • You have a history of sex addiction toward members of the opposite sex
  • You have a history of co-dependency issues

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