Searidge Alcohol Rehab

Searidge Foundation for Alcohol Rehab & Addiction Treatment

Searidge Foundation Alcohol Rehab is located in the beautiful Annapolis Royal area of Nova Scotia, an area world famous for its apple orchards and pumpkin fields, rolling green valleys, and picture perfect landscapes. Searidge Alcohol Rehab is a comfortable drive from Prince Edward Island. With that being said, it is of the utmost importance to us at Searidge that we take the efforts involved with traveling from one province to another out of your hands, our client & patient, and assist you with the best possible travel experience we can provide. We want our clients to be as comfortable and relaxed as possible when they arrive at Searidge Alcohol Rehab. We understand that the transition to a sober, alcohol-free life can be very stressful, and as such, we strive to make the journey a most comfortable one. Whether you take the Wood Island ferry from PEI to Caribou, Nova Scotia or fly into Halifax International Airport, our driver will pick you up at any location and from there bring you to Searidge Alcohol Rehab centre. Searidge Foundation showcases and exemplifies the benefits of receiving alcohol rehabilitation treatment outside of your hometown, or in this case, your home province. When you step outside of the area where you engage in your perpetual habits, that cycle you feel stuck in, the success and stability of your sobriety exponentially increases, simply by removing yourself from the toxic environment. As an alternative, Searidge Foundation offers people from Prince Edward Island the opportunity to escape their life of addiction, by providing a safe space, close enough to drive to, but far enough away to turn a new leaf without constant reminders of the past, which may hinder their recovery. In addition, the distance between Prince Edward Island and Searidge Alcohol Rehab allows for a degree of privacy not attainable by remaining in PEI. Searidge Foundation has provided many residents across the maritimes with the support and treatment necessary to overcome addiction. Upon the client's return home to PEI, after successful completion of the alcohol addiction treatment program at Searidge Foundation, there is a comprehensive aftercare program to help them manage and maintain their sobriety.

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Addiction Services & Alcohol Rehab Facilities Across Prince Edward Island

PEI WESTERN HOSPITAL

148 Poplar Street
Alberton, Prince Edward Island
C0B 1B0
Phone: (902) 853-8650

“Community-based addiction services are provided on an outpatient basis through various locations in Prince, Queens, and Kings counties. The Provincial Addictions Treatment Facility in Mount Herbert provides inpatient and outpatient treatment.”


HEALTH PEI - ALLAN SHAW BUILDING

334 Church Street
Alberton, Prince Edward Island
C0B 1B0
Phone: (902) 853-8670

“Community-based addiction services are provided on an outpatient basis through various locations in Prince, Queens, and Kings counties. The Provincial Addictions Treatment Facility in Mount Herbert provides inpatient and outpatient treatment.”


EMENTAL HEALTH - TALBOT HOUSE EXTENDED CARE FOR MEN

205 Kent Street
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 1P1
Phone: (902) 368-4297
Fax: (902) 368-5310

“Talbot House is a residence for men where they receive chemical dependency treatment and fellowship to support their sobriety so they can regain dignity and confidence. While in residence, men participate in an active treatment program through information sharing, group therapy and individual counselling. Self-discipline, life skills and coping mechanisms are also stressed.”


GOVERNMENT OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND - LACEY HOUSE

283 Fitzroy Street
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 1S8
Phone: (902) 368-4083

“Established in 1991, Lacey House is an extended care facility that provides a secure, structured, and therapeutic atmosphere for women operating toward maintaining a chemical-free lifestyle. Located in Charlottetown, the facility accommodates six residents. Residents are accepted into the house through an Habit Services referral, following a comprehensive assessment. Employees at Lacey House include a Supervisor, Case Workers, and Habit Workers who offer info and counseling primarily based on the idea that habit is a chronic, progressive, life-threatening disease requiring customized education and responsible management.”


NATIVE COUNCIL OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

6 F. J. McAulay
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 9M7
Phone: (902) 892-5314
Email: admin@ncpei.com

“The National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program is a nation-wide organization that is dedicated to eliminating alcohol and drug abuse problems among aboriginal people. The program was devised to ensure that aboriginal people take the initiative to solve their own problems. Funding from the Federal and Provincial levels of Health and Welfare Canada made it possible to develop and continue the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Programs at NCPEI.”

“AA MEETINGS: We hold our regular A.A. meetings at 6 F.J. MacAuley Court, Monday nights from 8 - 9 p.m.. Our group is getting stronger every time we meet. Remember, if you need help in this area it is up to you to take the first step and others can walk with you.”


PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS - ADDICTION SERVICES

2814 Rte 215
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 7N8
Phone: (902) 368-4120

“Community-based addiction services are provided on an outpatient basis through various locations in Prince, Queens, and Kings counties. The Provincial Addictions Treatment Facility in Mount Herbert provides inpatient and outpatient treatment.”


SOURIS HOSPITAL

17 Knights Avenue
Souris, Prince Edward Island
C0A 2B0
Phone: (902) 687-7150

“Community-based addiction services are provided on an outpatient basis through various locations in Prince, Queens, and Kings counties. The Provincial Addictions Treatment Facility in Mount Herbert provides inpatient and outpatient treatment.”

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SMART Recovery Meetings at Searidge Foundation for Alcohol Rehab

SMART Recovery, Alcohol, Alcohol Addiction, Treatment, Sober Living, Rehab, Recovery, Therapy

“SMART Recovery is an abstinence-based, not-for-profit organization with a sensible self-help program for people having problems with drinking and using. It includes many ideas and techniques to help you change your life from one that is self-destructive and unhappy to one that is constructive and satisfying. SMART Recovery is not a spin-off of Alcoholics Anonymous. No one will label you an “alcoholic”, an “addict” or “diseased” nor “powerless”, and if you do not believe in a religion or spirituality, that’s fine, too. We teach common sense self-help procedures designed to empower you to abstain and to develop a more positive lifestyle. When you succeed at following our approach, you may graduate from the program, or you may stay around to help others.

Searidge Alcohol Rehab offers a variety of aftercare programs to the residents of PEI to help ensure their sobriety is sustained. SMART recovery group meetings have proven to be incredibly beneficial to our Searidge alumni , one-on-one counseling, and group therapy are others that make up the comprehensive aftercare program offered in Nova Scotia. Over the phone and especially in-person meetings offer PEI residents the tools and support they require to remain alcohol free and maintain a life in recovery.

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A huge benefit of the SMART recovery program that Searidge Alcohol Rehab offers is how we actively stay in touch with our clients. We are committed to our alumni at Searidge and provide them with Aftercare well past their graduation. We make sure to construct a plan that will work with their specific needs and current responsibilities as well as taking into consideration any distance that may need to be travelled in order to take advantage of our Aftercare program. We would take care of getting you to and from Searidge Alcohol Rehab.

Searidge Alcohol Rehab Aftercare Program offers alumni unlimited access to private NNG forums for alumni to stay in touch with each other, they can receive inspirational Twitter messages if they would like, you would have the option to participate in refresher weekends at Searidge as well. There are also group or individual therapy sessions over the phone with staff from Searidge, for those that may find it challenging to get to Searidge. And of course, our virtual or in-person SMART Recovery meetings

Annapolis Royal Masonic Lodge

21 Church St
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia
B0S 1A0



Alcoholics Anonymous & Alcohol Addiction Therapy Meetings in Prince Edward Island

Modern Illustration Map of Prince Edward Island

SEVEN MILE BAY GROUP

Open Meeting - Thursday 8:00pm
Church of St. Peter - Basement
3394 N Carleton
Albany, Prince Edward Island
C0B 1A0

ALTOGETHER GROUP

Open Meeting - Thursday 7:30pm
Western Hospital - 3rd Floor Boardroom - Wheelchair Accessible
148 Poplar Street
Alberton, Prince Edward Island
C0B 1B0


SUNDAY MORNING RECOVERY GROUP

Open Meeting - Sunday 9:30am
Community Centre
1 College Street
Alberton, Prince Edward Island
C0B 1B0

TWELVE & TWELVE GROUP

Closed Meeting - Tuesday/Friday 8:00pm
Spring Park United Church
65 Kirkwood Drive
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 2T8


QUEEN STREET GROUP

Open Meeting - Sunday to Friday 12 noon
Open Meeting - Sunday/Thursday 8:00pm
Trinity United Church
220 Richmond Street
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 1J5
Wheelchair Accessible

NORTH END GROUP

Open Meetings - Monday/Friday 8:00pm
96 Green Street
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 2G2
Wheelchair Accessible


FREE SPIRIT WOMEN’S GROUP

Closed Meeting - Monday 7:30pm
Open Meeting - Last Monday of the month
223 Kent Street
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 1P1

GOODWILL GROUP (CHARLOTTETOWN)

Open Meetings - Sunday/Wednesday 8:00pm
Holy Redeemer Parish Centre
7 Pond Street
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 2N9


IONA DISCUSSION GROUP

Closed Meeting - Monday 8:00pm
Iona Community Hall
1960 Iona Road
Iona, Prince Edward Island
C0A 1A0
Wheelchair Accessible

RICHMOND EVANGELINE GROUP

Open Meeting - Wednesday 8:00pm
R.C. Church - Basement
31031 Western Road
Richmond, Prince Edward Island
C0B 1Y0


MAIN ST. COMMITMENT GROUP

Open Meeting - Monday 8:30pm
St. Mary's Hall
1 Longworth Street
Souris, Prince Edward Island
C0A 2B0

IT’S IN THE BOOK GROUP

Closed Meeting - Saturday 8:00pm
Cornerstone Baptist Church
295 Shakespeare Drive
Stratford, Prince Edward Island
C1B 2V8


WATER STREET GROUP

Closed Meeting - Thursday 8:00pm
Open Meeting - Sunday 8:00 pm
Fire Hall - Basement
248 Fitzroy Street
Summerside, Prince Edward Island
C1N 1H6

DOWNTOWN 12 STEP GROUP

Open Meeting - Wednesday 8:00pm
Central Office
5 Summer Street
Summerside, Prince Edward Island
C1N 3H2


WOMEN’S SERENITY GROUP

Closed Meeting - Tuesday 7:00pm
Notre Dame Place
61 Duke Street
Summerside, Prince Edward Island
C1N 3R9>br />Wheelchair Accessible - Women Only

TIGNISH SATURDAY NIGHT GROUP

Open Meeting - Saturday 8:30pm
Parish Centre
210 Maple Street
Tignish, Prince Edward Island
C0B 2B0
Wheelchair Accessible


TUESDAY NIGHT DISCUSSION GROUP

Closed Meeting - Tuesday 8:00pm
Parish Centre
210 Maple Street
Tignish, Prince Edward Island
C0B 2B0



Qualified Alcohol Addiction Treatment Counsellors & Registered Social Workers Across Newfoundland

Snake out of alcohol bottle into body to attack liver

Ken Pierce
Clinical Psych/Board Certified Psychologist
Charlottetown Vision Care Bld.
549 North River Road
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1E 1J6
Phone: (902) 569-3710

“All humans are addicts. We are born addicted to air, food, sex, safety, movement and learning. All addictions are learning tools for your evolution. You do not eliminate addictions, instead you transform them into ones more in keeping with your values. You might transform smoking into exercising or drugs into a new spirituality. Transformation is possible if you are prepared to take the responsibility of learning to run your own life. If you are ready, contact me today.”



Shelly Murphy
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
MIND/shift Workplace Wellness and Counselling
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 1P1
Phone: (902) 626-5565
License No. and Province: 545 Prince Edward Island

“Over the years I have worked with many individuals and families experiencing complex life challenges such as: trauma and substance use; mood & personality disorders, interpersonal relationship challenges, separation & divorce, blended families & parenting challenges with youth. I am certified in Clinical Traumatology, Compassion Fatigue and Cyber-counselling and have training in several relevant interventions/modalities including Dialectical Behavioural Therapy.

I utilize a trauma informed approach and view the counselling relationship as a collaborative effort based on trust and understanding. I offer you a respectful, non-judgmental and safe environment in which you can share your lived experiences and work through your challenges. I strongly value and adhere to a strengths based perspective, meaning I will help you identify and build upon your strengths so that you can retain and regain independence and reach your goals.”


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