Searidge Alcohol Rehab

Treatment Centers for Alcohol Addiction in New Brunswick

New Brunswick is a beautiful province with stunning landscapes, pristine bodies of water and home to the beautiful Bay of Fundy. New Brunswick is practically begging to be explored, its vast array of provincial parks and campgrounds would satisfy even the most experienced outdoor explorer. New Brunswick’s citizens are some of the friendliest, caring, and most hospitable people the Maritimes has to offer. With everything as beautiful as it is, addiction still has the power and ability to destroy lives and tear apart families. It can cause individuals to commit acts they would never dream of while in a sober state. Alcohol addiction affects a good portion of the globe. New Brunswick is not exempt from the same problems that even the most populated provinces experience, such as alcohol addiction.

With a population around 750 000 and growing, Searidge welcomes many patients from New Brunswick. Managing alcohol addiction without treatment can very easily rob you of your livelihood, your career, your bank account and any plans you may have for the future. Long-term addiction to alcohol can cause severe health problems and may be fatal. Searidge Alcohol Rehab can help the citizens of New Brunswick that are battling with alcohol addiction gain control of their life agin, to get back to what really matters. Searidge offers the necessary tools and resources, in conjunction with years of professional expertise in the field of alcohol addiction to help you gain control of your life again. Searidge is just a short ferry ride away. Searidge Foundation takes the worry out of travelling and makes the transition seamless. Our driver is available to pick you up anywhere in New Brunswick and they will drive you directly to Searidge Foundation. You may also be picked up in Digby after a short ferry ride from Saint John, New Brunswick.

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Furthermore, you won’t be alone upon your return home to New Brunswick. Searidge Alcohol Rehab offers a variety of aftercare programs to the residents of New Brunswick to ensure their sobriety is sustained. SMART recovery group meetings, one-on-one counseling, and group therapy make up the comprehensive aftercare program offered in New Brunswick. Over the phone and in-person meetings offer New Brunswick residents the tools and support they require to remain alcohol free.

Treatment at Searidge Alcohol Rehab is rooted in scientific and researched based treatment, as well as evidence-based psychotherapy. At Searidge Alcohol Rehab center, you will receive medical treatment and medication(s) based on the widely studied and proven area of Pharmacotherapy. There are also Alternative Alcohol Rehab Therapies found at Searidge Alcohol Rehab, which take a more holistic and natural approach. Examples of these activities include yoga, pilates, and meditation.

Private Alcohol Treatment Centers in New Brunswick

Horizon Health Network Lonewater Farm

Horizon Health Network
Lonewater Farm
Campbell Road, PO Box 3241
Grand Bay-Westfield, New Brunswick E5K 4V5
Phone: 1.506.757.2450
Fax: 1.506.757.2456

Note: This is a 30 bed rural residential program for men 19+. Program length is 1 - 3 months. Clients participate daily in self-care, communal residential tasks, recovery groups, and activities. Clients pay a monthly fee for room and board.



Public Treatment Centers in New Brunswick for Alcohol Addiction

New Brunswick offers a number of different government funded rehab centers for alcohol addiction. Admission to most public rehab centres in New Brunswick are on a voluntary basis. An individual in New Brunswick would call one of these rehab centers and complete an intake. Upon completion they would enter a queue until a bed becomes available. Wait times will vary depending on the rehab centre. You will find these rehab facilities treating alcohol addiction throughout New Brunswick:

Horizon Health Network Addiction Services

Horizon Health Network
Addiction Services
25 Mapleton Rd.
Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 9G3
Phone: 1.506.856.2333
Fax: 1.506.856.2796

Note: Services include medical detoxification and methadone maintenance for adults 19+. Admissions are voluntary. Program length is dependent on the substances used and overall health.

Horizon Health Network Lonewater Farm

Horizon Health Network
Lonewater Farm
Campbell Road, PO Box 3241
Grand Bay-Westfield, New Brunswick E5K 4V5
Phone: 1.506.757.2450
Fax: 1.506.757.2456

Note: This is a 30 bed rural residential program for men 19+. Program length is 1 - 3 months. Clients participate daily in self-care, communal residential tasks, recovery groups and activities. Clients pay a monthly fee for room and board.


Horizon Health Network Ridgewood Addiction Services

Horizon Health Network
Ridgewood Addiction Services
416 Bay St.
Saint John, New Brunswick E2M 7L4
Phone: 1.506.674.4300
Fax: 1.506.674.4374

Note: This is a program for adults 16+. Services include detoxification, assessment, and a 4 week residential recovery experience for individuals who are clean and sober but require a more intensive treatment to support ongoing recovery and positive lifestyle change.

Lone Eagle Treatment Centre

Lone Eagle Treatment Centre
491 Graham Rd.
Elsipogtog, New Brunswick E4W 2T8
Phone: 1.506.523.8244
Fax: 1.506.523.8242

Note: This is a 6 bed culturally based program for First Nations adults 18+. Program length is 5 weeks. Services offered in Mi’kmaq and English. Program is funded by NNADAP.


Miramichi Regional Health Authority Addiction Services

Miramichi Regional Health Authority
Addiction Services
500 Water St.
Miramichi, New Brunswick E1V 3G5
Phone: 1.506.623.6176 (Nurse Manager)
Phone: 1.506.623.3000 (Miramichi Regional Hospital)
Fax: 1.506.623.3465
E-Mail: region7@rha7.ca

Note: This is a holistic program for adults 19+. Program offers assessment, detoxification, recovery planning, and referral services.

Portage Atlantic - Adolescent Program Portage Cassidy Lake

Portage Atlantic - Adolescent Program
Portage Cassidy Lake
PO Box 339
Norton, New Brunswick E5T 1J7
Phone: 1.506.839.1200

Note: This is a 6 month gender-specific program for youth ages 14 - 21. Services include assessment and evaluation, family support, and aftercare. Services offered in French and English. Program is funded by New Brunswick Departments of Education, Health and Public Safety.


Rising Sun Rehabilitation Centre

Rising Sun Rehabilitation Centre
31 Riverview Rd. W
Eel Ground First Nation, New Brunswick E1V 4G2
Phone: 1.506.627.4626
Fax: 1.506.627.4627
E-Mail: info@risingsuntreatment.ca

Note: This is a 10 bed culturally based program for First Nations adults 18+. Program length is 5 weeks. Program offers cultural and traditional teachings based on the Medicine Wheel, a parenting program, and spiritual advisor who offers cultural teachings. Program is funded by NNADAP.

Vitalité Health Network Regional Addiction Services

Vitalité Health Network
Regional Addiction Services
53 Gallant Dr.
Campbellton, New Brunswick E3N 3H4
Phone: 1.506.789.7055

Note: This is a 21 day, 12 bed program for adults 19+. Program offers client-centred services with community support, detox, and for relapse prevention.


Wolastoqewiyik Healing Lodge

Wolastoqewiyik Healing Lodge
13309 Route 105
Tobique First Nation, New Brunswick E7H 5K1
Phone: 1.506.273.5403
Fax: 1.506.273.4286
E-Mail: vinnynich@hotmail.com

Note: This is a 4 bed holistic program for First Nations adults 18+. Program length is 6 weeks. Program offers traditional cultural components, Medicine Wheel teachings, and auricular acupuncture. Services offered in Mi’kmaq, Maliseet, and English. Program is funded by NNADAP.


List of Alcohol Addiction Support Services

VITALITÉ HEALTH NETWORK CAMPBELLTON

53 Gallant Drive
Campbellton
New Brunswick
(506) 789-7055
http://www.vitalitenb.ca/

PORTAGE-NEW BRUNSWICK

1275 Route 865
Cassidy Lake
New Brunswick
(506) 839-1200
http://www.portage.ca


RISING SUN REHABILITATION CENTER

31 Riverview Road West
Eel Ground
New Brunswick
(506) 627-4626
http://www.risingsuntreatment.ca/

LONEWATER FARM

PO Box 3241

Grand Bay
New Brunswick
(506) 757-2450


TEEN CHALLENGE ATLANTIC

PO Box 911
Moncton
New Brunswick
(506) 758-2377
http://www.tcatlantic.ca/

LONE EAGLE TREATMENT CENTER

491 Graham Road
Richibucto
New Brunswick
(506) 523-8244


TOBIQUE ADDICTION REHAB CENTER

278 Main Street
Tobique First Nation
New Brunswick
(506) 273-5403
http://neqotkukhealthcenter.ca/



Hospitals in New Brunswick with Detox Units

Moncton and Area Addiction and Mental Health Services

Address: 81 Albert St., Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 1B3
Telephone: 506-856-2444
Fax Number: 506-856-2995
Hours of Operation: As required by referral basis only.

Fredericton Addiction Services

Location Address & Mailing Address: 65 Brunswick St., Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 1G5
Telephone: 506-453-2132
Fax Number: 506-452-5533
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

Miramichi Regional Hospital

Address: 500 Water St., Miramichi, New Brunswick E1V 3G5
Telephone: 506-623-3000
Fax Number: 506-623-3465
Approximate Number of inpatient beds: 150

Other Notes:
Parking is available on site
This facility is wheelchair accessible.

The Moncton Hospital

Address: 135 MacBeath Avenue, Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 6Z8
Telephone: 506-857-5111
Hours of Operation: 24/7
Department of Lab Medicine: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Phlebotomy Clinic is open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Other Notes:
Parking is available on site.
This facility is wheel chair accessible.



New Brunswick Shelters

There are homeless shelters in New Brunswick that will help those suffering from alcohol addiction to find a rehab centre in New Brunswick that is right for them. As prolonged addiction to alcohol occurs, homelessness is often synonymous with the disease. These establishments exist to try and help mitigate the stress of becoming homeless and to help those that need rehabilitation get into a rehab.

Fredericton Shelter
(Grace House for Women)

273 Brunswick Street
Fredericton
New Brunswick
(506) 450-3001
http://www.theshelters.ca/
E-Mail: info@theshelters.ca

Mission Statement:
The Fredericton Homeless Shelters Inc. provides safe, stable and temporary refuge to individuals experiencing homelessness. We foster a caring and respectful environment that promotes dignity and self-determination.

Fredericton Shelter
(Men Only)

65 Brunswick Street
Fredericton
New Brunswick
(506) 450-1102
http://www.theshelters.ca/
E-Mail: info@theshelters.ca

Vision Statement:
To provide an open, compassionate and dignified shelter for our Community.



Alcoholics Anonymous

A.A has been around since 1935. Originally formed in Akron, Ohio when a surgeon and a stock broker from New York wrote a book on how to help those in recovery from alcohol addiction. Both had been hopeless alcoholics in their lifetime. Since then A.A has been having success stories for over 88 years!

OPEN DOOR GROUP (FREDERICTON)

Open Meeting
Saturday 12:30pm
65 Woodstock Road
Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 9L8

LIVING SOBER (FREDERICTON)

Open Meeting
Friday 8:00pm
51 Dineen Drive
Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5G3


WOMEN IN RECOVERY (MONCTON)

Closed Meetings
(506) 382-5087
Tuesday 7:30pm
Sunday 10:30am
Salvation Army - Wheelchair Accessible - Women Only
20 Centennial Drive
Moncton, New Brunswick E1E 4E4

PLAN A (MONCTON)

Closed Meeting
Monday 7:00pm
199 St. George Street
Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 1V6



Counselling Services for Alcohol Rehab

Geoffrey Clarke
Counsellor, RTC, MTC
Saint John, New Brunswick
(506) 804-4131
Years in Practice: 20+ Years
License No. and State: 2186 New Brunswick

I have spent more than 20 years listening to people who are struggling to cope with issues in their lives. What is the difference between the ones who end up in a better condition and those that don't? Work. The ones who end up in a better condition are the ones who put effort into change. Some have to work really hard and some less so. The question is this: What will You do? Are you ready to do the work to be in a better condition? Let me know if you are.



Christina M Jones
Psychologist, PhD
(877) 736-0711
Psychological Wellness Centre, UNB
40 McKay Drive, Tibbits Hall East
Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5A3

I work exclusively with adults and have broad skills and experiences for helping people with various mental health concerns (depression, anxiety, eating disorders, PTSD, bipolar disorder, stress, grief, relationship difficulties, work conflicts, anger and many others). I have a special interest in working with law enforcement/first responders (police, corrections officers, paramedics, military).

Having completed a PhD in Clinical Psychology by a Canadian Psychological Association accredited program, I have extensive and broad clinical training helping diverse populations (4000+ supervised hours of psychotherapy and assessment). I also have special experience working in the correctional (prison) system and completed my thesis on Correctional Staff.

I pride myself on being warm, non-judgmental and easy-going. I take my clinical work seriously and am dedicated to ongoing professional development in evidence-based practice. I employ diverse theoretical approaches and a collaborative, integrative style, to help my clients achieve their individual goals for wellbeing.



Medical Physicians for Alcohol Rehab

Johnson Cudjoe Agbodo

Psychiatrist
Medical School: Minsk
Graduated: 1990
License#:16-08200
Saint John Regional Hospital
PO Box 2100 Saint John
New Brunswick E2L 4L2
(506) 648-6000

Adebusola Akinmokun

Psychiatrist
Medical School:Ibadan
Graduated: 1999
License#:08-03417
The Moncton Hospital
135 MacBeath Avenue
Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 6Z8
(506) 857-5111


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