Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia is the perfect location for Searidge Alcohol Rehab. A mix of a picturesque and inspiring nature and a creative and welcoming culture produces an ideal environment for a resident in alcohol addiction recovery.
Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s four maritime provinces, lying on the east coast of the country. Much of the province borders the seacoast, inspiring a sense of hope and future endeavors for those in recovery.
People and History of Nova Scotia
Nova Scotians are well known to be friendly, making it easy for visitors to feel at home. Our Nova Scotian staff will welcome you to make yourself at home, and enjoy the comfort and peace of Searidge Alcohol and Drug Rehab for the duration of your stay.
Nova Scotians are primarily descendants of French, Scottish, Mi’Kmaq and African Nova Scotians. Each of these groups has a distinctive heritage that can be experienced in various locations throughout the province. There will be an opportunity to explore some of these cultures through visits to historical sites such as the nearby Port Royal or cultural events.
Nova Scotia Alcohol Rehab Recreational Therapy
Tourists flock to Nova Scotia every year for the province’s abundance of outdoor activities at any time of year. At Searidge Alcohol Rehab, we believe recreational therapy is an integral part of recovery and for this reason many of the activities we offer involve the outdoors, surrounded by the inspiring nature of Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. In this area it is possible to surf in the ocean, pick apples in the local orchards, hike along many of the numerous trails- there are numerous ways to enjoy the outdoors in this maritime province.
The wildlife in Nova Scotia is diverse and well suited to meditative activities such as birding that provide the ideal combination of calm and an opportunity to enjoy the surrounding environment. Nova Scotia is home to a wide variety of rare and common birds such as loons, bald eagles, herons and piping plovers.
The food in Nova Scotia is well known internationally. Being on the seacoast, there is an abundance of fresh seafood such as scallops, mussels and the renowned lobster. There is also an abundance of fruit such as blueberries and apples.
Art and Culture
Nova Scotia has long been a centre for art, particularly folk art such as paintings by Maud Lewis. The province is also a hub for film making, and movies such as the Titanic were filmed almost in entirety in the province. Nova Scotia is also host to a thriving independent music scene primarily based in Halifax.
Alcohol Rehab Location Centered in Annapolis Valley
Annapolis Valley is an ideal mix of history and natural beauty. Due to prehistoric glaciers, the area around the valley features rolling hills and valleys and is the ideal place for hiking while enjoying the inspiring view. Searidge Alcohol Rehab is located directly on the Evangeline Trail, one of the classic scenic routes that take visitors through the most picturesque areas of the province.
The area is renowned for its beautiful landscape. Many of the trips from Searidge will involve visiting places of natural beauty such as the Annapolis Valley Historic Gardens or the Bay of Fundy. Annapolis Valley is the perfect environment for recovery.