Residential rehabilitation for alcohol and other drugs

Residential rehabilitation allows people to live-in while they complete a program that supports them to deal with drug and alcohol problems. Residential rehabilitation is voluntary.

The programs may provide individual and group therapy, counselling, education and art and recreation activities. 

The average length of stay is 12-16 weeks but some people stay for more than 12 months.

You can self-refer to these services. The entry process can take up to four months. Learn more about access and entry to residential alcohol and other drug services.

To find a residential rehabilitation service, please look at the list below:


* These services are not funded by the Mental Health Commission.


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