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Canadadrugrehab.ca is a free online directory listing of alcohol and drug rehab programs and other addiction-related services located in Canada.
Directory of Alcohol and Drug Rehab Programs Manitoba
Since 1956, Addiction services in Manitoba have been administered and delivered by the Addiction Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) . AFM serves Manitoba through its 23 offices that distributes throughout three regions:
AFM also provides prevention and education services on alcohol , other drugs and gambling throughout the province.
Other services provided by AFM include alcohol and drug rehab services, an impaired driver program and drug testing.
In November, 2006, The Youth Drug Stabilization (Support for Parents) Act came into effect. This legislation allows for involuntary detention and short-term stabilization for young Manitobans under 18 years of age.
The Manitoba Meth Strategy is involves provincial, national and international partners committed to the restriction of supply and the reduction of demand for crystal meth.
Police, Fire, and Ambulance: 911
Alcohol and Drug Information & Referral Service: 800-663-1441
Distress Line (for people in emotional crisis): 604-872-3311
Suicide Line: 800-784-2433
Problem Gambling Help Line: 888-795-6111
VictimLINK (for victims of family & sexual violence): 800-563-0808
Check the front of your white page directory for your local crisis line.
Alcohol and Drug Information & Referral Service
The British Columbia Alcohol and Drug Information and Referral Service is available for people across the province needing help with any kind of substance abuse issues or locating alcohol and drug rehab programs. This service is staffed 24 hours a day.
Call 604-660-9382 in the Lower Mainland, or 1-800-663-1441 elsewhere in British Columbia.
BC Ministry of Health - Mental Health and Addictions
The province-wide delivery of government addictions and mental health services is provided through BC's Health Authorities. (click on the link to "BC\B4s Health Authorities" in the fourth paragraph)
Disclaimer: Inclusion or omission of an organization or agency in this database does not imply endorsement or non-endorsement by canadadrugrehab.ca. In no event shall canadadrugrehab.ca be liable for any decision or action taken in reliance on information provided by this referral service. Any questions regarding an alcohol and drug rehab program listing should be directed to that organization. If you believe you need immediate assistance, please call 911 or your local crisis hotline .
Programs that treat the physical aspects of alcohol and drug misuse such as withdrawal management (detox), addiction medicine, drug testing and methadone maintenance. For more information see the Medical Section.
Programs offered once or twice a week with, typically one to three hours per session and are either government-funded (free) or private (ranging $50 to $200 / hour depending on therapist qualifications). Meals and accommodation are NOT provided. For more information see the Outpatient Section.
Programs that provide counseling, meals and accommodation. Primary Treatment (usually 30 days) is intensive therapy followed by Support Recovery (usually 6 months or longer) where clients learn to transition back to society. Government-funded residential treatment is usually no cost or $50 per day but requires a referral from a family doctor, medical detox or government-funded outpatient clinic. Private treatment can range from $200 to $500 per day and does not require a referral. For more information see the Residential Section.
Meetings are social gatherings for people who desire to stop drinking (AA, LifeRing, etc.), drugs (NA, CA) or have a loved one that is struggling with alcohol or drugs (Al-Anon, Nar-Anon). These groups are NOT therapy. For more information see the Meetings section.
Trained professionals that assist families with family members who refuse to get help with an addiction. Fees are not covered by the government and can cost hundreds of dollars up to $5000 (plus travel expenses) depending on the interventionist. For more information see the Find an Interventionist section.