Deciding to get help for an addiction to alcohol or other drugs is a very important decision. Whether you are thinking about treatment for yourself or someone you care about, finding the right treatment is key.
This guide provides information about different treatment options and will help you prepare to talk to an addiction or healthcare provider about getting help for an alcohol or you are concerned about your own or someone else’s alcohol or other drug use, you can get a full assessment by an addiction or healthcare provider.
It is best to be assessed by someone with specialized training in alcohol and other drug treatment.
There are many types of treatments and treatment settings. The best Rehabilitation Centre for an individual for instance will depend on many things, including how severe the problem is and the physical and mental health.
These details are determined through a comprehensive assessment by a qualified addiction or healthcare provider.
Outpatient (community): Delivered in a variety of places in the community, such as an addiction or healthcare provider’s office, a mental health clinic or an addiction clinic.
Most often used by people whose alcohol or other drug use does not put them or others at serious risk, and who have safe stable homes. Outpatient treatment can sometimes involve structured treatment activities.
Inpatient (hospital): Care provided at a hospital, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, involving intensive structured treatment activities. Most often used by people with alcohol or other drug problems and also medical or mental health problems who need more intensive and comprehensive supports including greater medical care and supervision.
Residential rehabilitation: Care provided in a live-in treatment centre, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, involving intensive, structured treatment activities. It provides care in a controlled environment with extra support to help mitigate the risk of relapse during recovery.
Withdrawal management Centres: Sometimes called detox centres, these are places where people who are physically dependent on alcohol or other drugs are helped to withdraw safely from them. They can be in different settings, including hospitals, residential centres and non-residential centres.
Although, this list might not be exhaustive, the prominent drug and alcohol treatment centres in Canada include the following:
- Top of the world Ranch treatment centre
- Ottawa Maberly Addiction Rehabilitation Residence
- Valiant Behavioural Health treatment centre
- The farm Addiction treatment centre (Toronto Area)
- EHN’S INTENSIVE Outpatient Program (IOP)
- Neworld residential medical Detox Facility
- Blue skies treatment centre
- Emergo Recovery centre
- Trafalgar Addiction Treatment Centre