Searidge Alcohol Rehab

Searidge Foundation for Alcohol Addiction in Nova Scotia

Searidge welcomes many patients from all over Nova Scotia. Attempting to manage alcohol addiction without treatment can very easily rob you of your livelihood, your career, your finances 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 citizens of Nova Scotia that are battling with alcohol addiction gain control of their life again. Hope can oftentimes seem dismal when living a life of addiction, to the extent that an individual may lose all hope of ever getting better. 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 and experience the wonderful feeling of having hope for your future. Searidge Foundation takes the worry out of travelling and makes the transition seamless. Our driver is available to pick you up anywhere in Nova Scotia and they will drive you directly to Searidge Foundation.

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

Peggy’s Cove is a beautiful reminder of what life is without addiction and alcoholism

Nova Scotia is a unique province with equally unique people living amongst its landscape. As of Oct 1, 2017, Nova Scotia now has a population of 957,600 people, according to Stats Canada. A province known for its delicious seafood, neighbourly hospitality and it’s recognizable coast line, Nova Scotia is also a melting pot of various cultures from across the world cohabitating in the maritimes. Even with such diversity, there is one thing that does not discriminate, and that is addiction-- specifically, alcohol addiction. According to the Capital District Health Authority (CDHA), alcohol addiction is related to 230 deaths in Nova Scotia each year. Alcohol in Nova Scotia has become somewhat ubiquitous, engrained in the maritime culture over time. Searidge Foundation has the resources necessary to break the cycle and negative habits that alcohol addiction can cause.

A map of nova scotia leaves out all the bars and pubs that can throw an alcoholic off course

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.



Alcohol Rehab Centres in Nova Scotia

A lighthouse on the coastline of nova scotia symbolizes hope for those struggling with alcohol addiction

MI'KMAW LODGE TREATMENT CENTRE

70 Gabriel Street
Eskasoni, Nova Scotia
B1W 1B4
Phone: (902) 379-2267
Email: info@nadaca.ca

A quiet peaceful setting overlooking the Holy Family Parish and the beautiful Bras d'Or Lake.

The Lodge houses fifteen resident clients over a 35-day treatment cycle. Facilities include a modern kitchen and dining area, treatment rooms, therapy room, chapel, client resource room, client bedrooms, kitchenette, exercise room, and a large meeting and recreation area.



Halifax Centre of Hope

2044 Gottingen St
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3K 3A9
Phone: (902) 422-2363
Fax: (902) 422-2065
rick.macdonald@sahalifax.ca

“A six month residential program for males 19 years of age and older wishing to overcome chemical and other forms of addiction, including alcohol, and dependencies through an enhanced 12-step program based on the abstinence model. Along with a clean and safe environment, full basic services of the centre are extended free of cost to those recovering.”



Pictou County Health Authority

690 East River Road
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
B2H 3S1
Phone: (902) 755-7017

In-patient admissions are also obtainable for individuals wishing to participate in T.O.P. This seven-day program is an introduction to rehab. It is a structured series of education and data sessions designed to help persons in the first stages of recovery. Candidates should be alcohol and drug free and must demonstrate motivation to form life style changes previous to acceptance into T.O.P. An assessment procedure by either In-patient or an Out-patient Dependence Services employee can determine readiness for the program. Persons may participate in T.O.P. as an Out-patient if they therefore choose. Habit Services in Colchester East Hants Health Authority, Cumberland Health Authority and Pictou County Health Authority offer 5 Outpatient offices at intervals these districts. Assessment and individual counselling are provided on a 1-on-one basis. Home or office visits could be arranged, as determined by individual needs. Family and couple counselling could also be arranged. Group sessions for specific topics also are available. Pictou County Health Authority, Colchester East Hants Health Authority and Cumberland Health Authority offer detoxification (withdrawal} management) services through two inpatient drug rehab units, one in Springhill and one in Pictou. Referrals will be made directly by phone by the person or any concerned person.



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Alcoholics Anonymous and other Alcohol Addiction Treatment Meetings in Nova Scotia

A.A has been around since 1935. Originally formed in Ohio when two affluent men from New York wrote a book on how to help those in recovery from alcohol addiction. Both had experience with alcoholism in their lifetime and felt they had some insight into taking steps to prevent the harm that alcoholism often causes. For over 88 years A.A has been creating success stories with their famous 12 step program.

How Group

Open Meeting - Saturday 8:00pm

62 Victoria Street E.
Amherst, Nova Scotia
B4H 1X6

Annapolis Group

Closed Meeting - Wednesday 8:00pm

1st Baptist Church - Wheelchair Accessible
762 St George Street
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia
B0S 1A0


Antigonish Group

Open Meeting - Sunday 7:30pm

326 Main Street
Antigonish, Nova Scotia
B2G 2C4

Bedford Group

Closed Meeting - Tuesday 8:00pm

All Saints Anglican Church
1408 Cliff Street
Bedford, Nova Scotia


One Day at a Time Bridgewater Group

Open Meeting - Sunday 11:00am

Sobey's Community Room
349 LaHave Street
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
B4V 2T6

12 + 12 Group

Closed Meeting - Wednesday 8:30pm

United Baptist Church
84 King Street
Chester, Nova Scotia, B0J 1J0


Sunrise Group

Closed Meeting - Tuesday 8:30pm

Woodlawn United Church
54 Woodlawn Road
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, B2W 2S1

Downtown Dartmouth Group

Closed Meeting - Tuesday 7:30pm

Club 24 - Wheelchair Accessible
3 Dundas Street
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia


Glace Bay Alano Group

Closed Meeting - Sunday 11:00am

10 MacKeen Street
Glace Bay, Nova Scotia
B1A 5B9

Living In The Solution Group

Closed Meeting - Monday 7:30pm

Lutheran Church of the Resurrection
2096 Windsor Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia


ARMVIEW SUNDAY MORNING

Open Meeting - Sunday 9:00am

Armview Restaurant
7156 Chebucto Road
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3L 1N5

ATLANTIC GROUP (HALIFAX)

Closed Meeting - Saturday 7:00pm

Rear of St. Theresa's Church
6351 North Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3L 1P7


BACK TO BASICS (HALIFAX)

Closed Meeting - Friday 7:00pm

Trinity Anglican Church
321 Main Avenue
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3S 0B5

BACK TO BASICS STEP AND PODIUM

Closed Meeting - Wednesday 8:00pm

Trinity Anglican Church
321 Main Avenue
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3S 0B5


HIGHLAND PARK GROUP

Open Meeting - Thursday 8:00pm

Family Resource Centre
6343 Hawk Terrace
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3L 4T4

DOWNTOWN HALIFAX GROUP

Closed Meeting - Wednesday 1:00pm
Open Meeting - Sunday 8:00pm

St. Matthews Church
1479 Barrington Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3J 1Z2


FREEDOM GROUP 12 & 12

Open Meeting - Thursday 8:00pm

St. John the Baptist Church Hall
26 Purcells Cove Road
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3N 1R4

GRATEFUL GROUP

Open Meeting - Monday 8:00pm

Halifax Christian Church
51 Farnham Gate Road
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3N 2S8


HALIFAX SUNDAY MORNING GROUP

Open Meeting - Sunday 11:00am

George Dixon Center
2501 Gottingen Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3K 1K1

HALIFAX YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING

Closed Meeting - Friday 8:30pm

St. Matthews Church
1479 Barrington Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3J 1Z2



Psychiatrists in Nova Scotia

Abbass, Allan Anthony MD

Psychiatry
Fax: (902) 473-1422
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Alwazeer, Ahmed MB BCh

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychiatry
IWK Health Centre
Department of Psychiatry
5850/5980 University Avenue
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3K 6R8


Aldridge, David John MB BS

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychiatry
Phone: (902) 567-7731
Fax: (902) 567-7918
Sydney, Nova Scotia

Bergin, Siobhan Mary MD

Psychiatry
Phone: (902) 466-1830
Fax: (902) 466-1851
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia


Gray, Gerald Eugene MD

Psychiatry
Phone: (902) 456-8515
Fax: (902) 679-2966
Kentville, Nova Scotia



Psychologists and Addictions Counsellors in Nova Scotia

Gordon Power
Counsellor, BA, MEd, RCT
GD Power Counselling & Consulting
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3V
Phone: (855) 727-9962
Years in Practice: 30+ Years
Acadia University Year of 1987
License No. and State: RCT17-001 Nova Scotia

“I am a therapist with over 30 years experience in the field of Addictions. I work with people struggling with alcohol, drug and gambling problems and offer tobacco cessation services. I also work with family members in their recovery process. As an experienced therapist, I assist clients in addressing these issues by utilizing a "Biological, Psychological, Social, Spiritual" Model of recovery. As a client, you can expect to develop personal insight into the problems substance use is creating, while making positive change in your life. This is accomplished in a safe, caring and collaborative environment.”



Carolyn Scott
Psychologist, MA, RPsych
Zen Psychological Services
208 Main St Suite 111
Antigonish, Nova Scotia
B2G 2B9
Phone: (902) 700-5602
License No. and State: R0630 Nova Scotia

“I assist my clients to achieve optimal well being through best practice therapeutic modalities. I have extensive training and experience in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Behavior Activation and Mindfulness Practice. My licensure includes Clinical Psychology as well as Counselling Psychology and I specialize in the treatment of Addictions as well as Co-occurring Disorders such as Anxiety, Depression and PTSD or Trauma-related symptoms. My clientele includes individuals (adolescents and adults) , couples and families.”


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