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Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Canada

Our independent research team continuously gathers and evaluates data to compile an unbiased and thorough list of the best mental health and addiction treatment centres in Canada.

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If the great outdoors bring you serenity, Canada—especially British Columbia—might be the best rehab option for you. We've compiled a list below of the best luxury, private rehabs throughout Canada offering drug rehab and addiction treatment of all kinds with both 12 Step and holistic programs.

While private treatment in Canada is still more affordable than many rehabs in the U.S., the Canadian government has put together a province by province hotline that can provide direction as well as government-funded options if the cost is restrictive.

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What are private rehabs?

Private rehabs are not government-funded programs, and they accept either self-payment or insurance.

How much does private rehab cost?

Cost for private rehab varies widely. Factors that affect pricing include the location, staff-to-client ratio, number of clinical hours, types of therapies offered, and quality of accommodations.

What’s the difference between a mental health disorder and a co-occurring disorder?

Mental health disorders are standalone mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD. When mental health disorders occur alongside addiction, as they often do, they’re considered to be co-occurring. Co-occurring disorders need to be treated simultaneously and usually require specialized treatment.

How can I avoid relapse after rehabs?

It is possible to relapse with addiction, and most treatment programs include preventative measures to avoid it. Some rehabs have intervention methods in place to prevent this, such as biometric tracking devices that alert staff to a potentially relapse-triggering scenario. While milder interventions may be enough to get back on track after a relapse trigger, some clients may choose to return to inpatient rehab, sometimes for a shorter stay than their original treatment course.

What is a 12-Step rehab?

The 12 Steps were created in the 1930s as a program to recover from alcoholism. They consist of 12 steps, or stages, that each participant works through to achieve sobriety. Many rehabs base their programming on the 12 Steps, and many also offer 12-Step meetings like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), or Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA).

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