Addiction Recovery Centres at Malvern Private Hospital
Addiction Recovery Program is an in-patient, abstinence based program, encompassing the elements of detoxification and rehabilitation. Services include addiction medicine specialists, psychiatrists, clinical counselors, specialized nursing, social work, family therapy, psychological services and others. The program has a 12-step focus.
Fresh Start Recovery Programme
Fresh Start Recovery Programs are focused on recovery from amphetamine, alcohol, benzodiazepine and opiate dependence. The program was developed by Dr. George O'Neil, who pioneered new medical procedures for addiction recovery for over 30 years including the use of naltrexone in Australia for opiate addiction. In the first few days after starting treatment on either naltrexone or flumazenil it is strongly recommend that clients stay at the Medical House where they receive 24-hour care and medical assistance for the acute stages of detoxification and withdrawal. They then move to Assessment Houses which provide a stable environment, supervision, medication if necessary, and rehabilitation assessment. Clients then move to one of the rehabilitation centers or another rehabilitation program for approximately 6 months to receive longer term education and training, work on relationships, and spiritual healing. This is followed by moving to a halfway house or return to a stable home environment. Fresh Start's approach is sometimes known as the PHREE model: Physiology, Housing, Relationships, Education, and Employment.
Holistic Light Rehab Center
Holistic Light is a private rehab program with facilities in Costa Rica and Panama. It offers custom tailored treatment programs for men and women ages 18 and up. The program has been carefully structured to incorporate over 20 holistic and modern therapies including yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, acupuncture, chiropractic adjustments, group and one on one therapy. Relapse prevention and 6 months of private aftercare sessions are also included. This combination promotes the healing of underlying issues to support long lasting recovery. The program is not based on any religious or spiritual foundation and is appropriate for anyone regardless of his or her beliefs.
A Home Away Retreat
Located near Vancouver, British Columbia, A Home Away offers a customized, holistic alternative to traditional healthcare approaches to addiction treatment utilizing recreation, complementary therapies, psychological and psycho-educational services, and 12-step principles. Length of stays are flexible, from a 42 day minimum up to 91 days. Extended programs of up to six months are also available.
Ledgehill Treatment and Recovery Centre
This one year multi phase treatment program starts with a minimum 28-day stay. It includes a personalized recovery program based on the 12-step model and supplemented with complementary therapies such as meditation, yoga, massage and exercise as well as home cooked food in a beautiful natural environment. An after-care program assures regular contact with a counselor as well as contacts with ongoing recovery programs such as NA and AA.
The Orchard Recovery and Addiction Treatment Center
The Orchard Drug Treatment Center offers a number of options for the treatment of alcohol and drug addiction. Care includes detox, primary care, extended care/sober living and ongoing alumni aftercare services. A full-range of programs address the physical, psychological and spiritual needs of clients using a holistic approach with a 12-step foundation. The 42-day program includes diagnostic assessment, a medical evaluation, peer and group therapy, life skills strategies, spiritual development, relapse prevention and six weekends of family programming. Orchard is a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) and the Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC).
Offers structured three and six week residential treatment programs for men and women recovering from addiction to alcohol and/or drugs. The multi-faceted program is designed to create new understandings, tools for recovery which includes AA and NA meetings, preparation for new, healthy living and relapse prevention. One on one professional counseling encourages a balanced program that includes education on health and diet, physical exercise, social connection and spiritual healing.
Sobriety Home Foundation is a small not for profit residential alcohol and drug treatment center located in the countryside outside of Quebec. It offers medical and psychological addiction treatment programs in a quiet rural environment conducive to recovery. While traditional cognitive therapy is the basis of their program, their holistic approach includes individual and family counseling, creative arts therapies, and traditional native healing based on the traditions of the North American aboriginal peoples of the Turtle Island.
Tropical Oasis Treatment Center
This English speaking recovery center is located in a tropical rainforest surrounded by ocean views. The program addresses both the physical and psychological aspects of recovery from a mind, body, spirit perspective. Services include individual and group therapy, education, and medical management as well as massage, yoga and acupuncture. Staff includes an addiction counsellor, medical doctor, nutritionist, and psychologists.
A Valiant Recovery
Located in British Columbia this residential treatment program includes detox and alcohol and drug treatment. It incorporates holistic approaches such as art therapy, equine therapy, spiritual approaches, nutrition, physical fitness, and IV amino acid therapy as well as 12-step session, and group and individual therapy.
The Victoria Program
Established in Spain in 1984, the residential phase of this program lasts ten days and is run from Mundatluz Hotel in Marbella, Spain. This intensive program helps clients learn how to live without drugs or alcohol. Based on the cognitive-behavioral model of relapse prevention, the program is conducted in both English and Spanish by clinical psychologists, physicians and specifically trained therapists. It consists of three phases: 1. Admission: A series of individual and family sessions focusing on information, motivation and assessment conducted local to the client's residence whenever possible; 2. Treatment: Ten days of intensive Residential Therapy including group and individual sessions, education, relaxation and stress management, cognitive therapy, goal setting and relapse prevention techniques; and 3. Follow-up: Individual and family sessions to consolidate the changes and prevent relapse. The client continues for at least a year with non-residential consultations, with the same therapist, if possible, who took care of their admission phase.