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Women’s Treatment Program

Citra Women’s Residential Program

Women begin their journey to recovery in a physically and psychologically safe environment.

Core Services
  • Prevention and Education Services
  • Assessment and Evaluation Services
  • Partial Hospitalization (PHP) Services for Adults
  • Residential Services for Adults

Named in honor of Nancy C. and Raymond E. Murray, longtime benefactors of Phoenix House Florida, the Murray Center for Women provides gender-specific, trauma-informed treatment for women statewide who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction and/or co-occurring behavioral health issues that may be complicated by substance use.

Located on peaceful, secluded grounds on Phoenix House Florida’s campus in Citra, Florida, the program utilizes evidence-based practices to help women develop trust, self-esteem, and personal responsibility. The program combines vital counseling, educational, and recreational activities that challenge women to understand the nature of their substance use. Family involvement is encouraged, as is mother/child reunification.

Most major insurance plans are accepted, and additional payment options, including self-payment, are available. Please call our staff in the Welcome Center at 813-881-1000, option 1 for more details.

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At Phoenix House Florida, we have a passion for healing. If you or your loved one are in need of subtance use treatment, we are here to help. Give us a call or submit our appointment request form today.

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How Can We Help?

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