The following is some of the information that new clients often seek before visiting us at Canadian Addiction Rehab. If you still have some unanswered questions or would like to gain more understanding of our rehabilitation facility, please contact us using the address listed on the contact us page. We will respond promptly to any and all enquiries.
We pride ourselves in offering a highly supportive healing environment with greater personal attention given to our patients in their recovery from alcohol or substance abuse and all mental health issues associated with the addiction.
Yes we provide clients with a full medical/clinical staff.
Absolutely, Potential clients and family members are more than welcome to make an appointment to come visit the facility.
Yes. Canadian Addiction Rehab offers ongoing aftercare support for life with the completion of our program. Aftercare support is a weekly meeting with our counselors to help guide and implement the program in their new, sober life. We do provide aftercare for our out of town guests as well. Please call and speak to one of our intake counselors for more information.
Visitation is by appointment over the weekends and phone calls are monitored by staff. No visitations are permitted during detox. Phone calls in detox are on a case-by-case basis.
Recovery is a 2 stage process consisting of inpatient treatment and aftercare support to help implement what was learned and apply it to the clients lives. Inpatient treatment may take anywhere from 30 days to three-months depending on multiple factors such as the type of addiction, duration of use or abuse, and severity of symptoms. Some types of addictions allow for short-term rehabilitation while severe cases generally require longer-term treatment.
Please note that all information provided in this website is for informational and personal use only. It does not replace professional advice given by a medical or health practitioner especially when relating to a specific case. Contact us to communicate directly with a qualified health or medical professional before taking any action involving the recovery from drinking or drug use, or any other kind of addiction.