Transgender Residential Treatment Program

The journey to sobriety can be deeply personal and profoundly challenging for anyone. For those in the transgender community, however, it can often prove even more complex. At Profound, we recognize the unique needs of trans individuals during drug and alcohol treatment. We offer transgender residential treatment that provides specialized care for substance abuse recovery, ensuring our trans patients feel safe and comfortable during this period of recovery.

Statistics on Transgender Discrimination

Discrimination can play a large part in substance abuse. According to American Addiction Centers,

“Transgender individuals deal with discrimination and threats of violence on a daily basis, simply for being who they are. In a study involving 28,000 respondents, the U.S. Transgender Survey revealed the following disturbing statistics:

  • 10% of the respondents who are “out” have faced violence from a family member
  • 8% of respondents were kicked out of their homes after coming out to their families
  • 54% of respondents reported being verbally attacked while in school (K-12) while 24% were physically attacked and 17% were sexually attacked
  • 30% of respondents with jobs reported having been fired, denied a promotion, or mistreated due to their gender identity
  • 29% of respondents lived at or below the poverty level (compared to 12% of the total U.S. population).”

The statistics are overwhelming. Unfortunately, the discrimination faced by trans individuals contributes to a higher level of substance misuse in that community.

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Why Choose a Specialized Transgender Rehab?

For transgender individuals struggling with addiction, it’s crucial to find an environment that recognizes and addresses their unique experiences and makes them feel safe. Such a space acknowledges the specific traumas, societal pressures, and internal struggles that transgender individuals face.

Profound Treatment is not just any “trans friendly rehab center.” It’s a sanctuary where transgender clients will find compassionate professionals who are trained in LGBTQ+ substance use treatment. We offer private rooms for trans clients who prefer more privacy, and a safe environment free from prejudice. This way, we ensure that all individuals can focus solely on their recovery journey.

Our Comprehensive Approach to Transgender Substance Use Treatment

Our transgender rehab is designed to ensure that every transgender patient gets the care they need. Starting with our detox program, which is the first and most critical step to sobriety, patients are assured of medical and emotional support in an environment where they feel validated, understood, and, most importantly, safe.

Inpatient treatment is another highlight of our transgender residential treatment at Profound Treatment. At our facilities in Woodland Hills, all clients are offered state-of-the-art facilities, a robust clinical program, and a holistic recovery journey.

Beyond the Basics: LGBTQ+ Residential Treatment

What sets Profound Treatment apart from other LGBTQ+ programs? Beyond the comprehensive programs, it’s the sense of community. The feeling that you’re not alone, that there are others who understand your journey, and are with you every step of the way.

Profound Treatment recognizes the significance of an LGBTQ substance use treatment that’s not just about recovery, but about finding oneself and reclaiming life beyond addiction. If you or a loved one belongs to the transgender community and is seeking help for a substance addiction, our transgender residential treatment program may be the best option for you. Reach out to us today and speak to a member of our admissions team, who can give you more information about the ways in which we support our clients in the LGBTQ+ community.

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