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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.

Saskatchewan Residential Drug Rehab Programs

Links to Other Saskatchewan Addiction Services

Quick Glossary of Residential Treatment Terms

Faith-based - programs with religious component (typically Christian). Prayer, scripture reading, or church attendance to may be required. Note that Salvation Army programs do not typically require religious participation in order to access services.

Native Treatment - programs funded by the federal (NNADAP) or the provincial government for Canadians who are of First Nation or Metis descent. Most native residential treatment programs are, however, open to the general public.

Primary Treatment - intensive program with individual and group therapy and trained counsellors. Length of stay can be up to 90 days but is typically 28 to 42 days. Primary treatment usually follows medical detox and can be followed by support recovery. Another term for primary treatment is inpatient treatment (typically in a hospital setting).

Secular - non-religious

Support Recovery - for people who have completed primary treatment but require a greater level of support than what is available at home. In support recovery, the amount of time allocated to actual therapy, level of supervision, and qualifications of staff varies but is generally less than primary treatment. There is some counselling but minimal. Lengths of stay are typically longer than 90 days and can be up to a year or longer. Some support recovery programs allow (or expect) clients to work or attend school, while some do not.

Youth Treatment - typically for individuals 13 to 18 years of age but may accept clients up to the age of 25.

READ THIS FIRST! A referral from a government-funded outpatient clinic or a physician is required prior to admission to a government-funded residential treatment facility. Therefore, please refer to the Saskatchewan outpatient section for a government outpatient clinic in your home community. Private residential treatment, however, does not typically require a referral prior to admission so contacting those programs directly is recommended.

Residential Listings by City

 

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ADULT RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Denare Beach - ADULT RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Denare Beach - Adult Support Recovery - Faith-Based

Freedom Outreach Teen Challenge
100 Boundary Road
Box 271
Denare Beach, SK S0P 0B0
Note: to contact this program visit their website.

Indian Head - ADULT RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Indian Head - Adult Primary Treatment

Pine Lodge Treatment Centre
Box 457
Indian Head, SK S0G 2K0
Phone: (306) 695-2251
E-mail: pinelodge@sasktel.net
Note:a 28-day inpatient drug and alcohol treatment centre funded by the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region.

La Ronge - ADULT RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

La Ronge - Adult Primary Treatment

La Ronge Health Centre
Box 6000
La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0
Phone: (306) 425-4846

Lloydminster - ADULT RESIDENTIAL

See the Residential Services in the Alberta section of this website.

North Battleford - ADULT RESIDENTIAL

North Battleford - Adult Support Recovery - Secular

Hopeview Inpatient Clinic
1891 - 96th Street
North Battleford, SK S9A 0J1
Phone: (306) 446-7370
Note: Provides long-term residential services.

Prince Albert - ADULT RESIDENTIAL

Prince Albert - Adult Primary Treatment

Pineview Terrace
Unit 7 - 701 13th Street West
Prince Albert, SK S6V 3H2
Phone: (306) 764-6670

Saskatchewan Impaired Driver Treatment Centre
Box 1600 - 61 North Industrial Drive
Prince Albert, SK S6V 5T2
Phone: (306) 922-8333

REGINA - ADULT RESIDENTIAL

For a listing of Regina adult residential services see the Regina Residential Services section in sunshinecoasthealthcentre.ca.

SASKATOON - ADULT RESIDENTIAL

For a listing of Saskatoon adult residential services see the Saskatoon Residential Services section in sunshinecoasthealthcentre.ca.

WILKIE - ADULT RESIDENTIAL

Wilkie - Adult Primary Treatment

Leipzig Serenity Retreat.
Box 535
Wilkie, SK S0K 4W0
Phone: (306) 658-4767
E-Mail: leipziginfo@sasktel.net
Website: www.leipzigserenityretreat.com
Note: A private co-ed residential treatment facility based on the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Program length is 5 weeks.

YOUTH RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Since April 1, 2006 the provincial government has legislated for involuntary detoxification and stabilization of youth 12-17 years of age in a facility for that purpose through a detoxification order by two physicians for a period up to five days, with the

possibility of an extension for a maximum of two additional five-day periods.  Involuntary detoxification/stabilization serves as a measure of last resort for parents, legal guardians and judges when it is determined that a youth's substance use has damaged their decision-making ability to the point they present a risk to their own safety or the safety of others. For more information visit the Youth Drug Detoxification and Stabilization Act of Saskatchewan section of the Government of Saskatchewan website.

Prince Albert - YOUTH RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Prince Albert Primary Youth Treatment

Valley Hill Youth Treatment Centre
2101 10th Ave W GD Stn Main
Prince Albert, SK S6V 5P7
Phone: (306) 764-2311
Note: a 15-bed facility, was funded entirely by the provincial government and provides a six-week residential-treatment program for adolescents aged 12-17.

SASKATOON - YOUTH RESIDENTIAL

For a listing of Saskatoon youth residential services see the Saskatoon Residential Services section in sunshinecoasthealthcentre.ca.

SHAUNAVON - YOUTH RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT

Shaunavon Youth Support Recovery - Faith-Based

Rock Solid Refuge
PO Box 1622
Shaunavon, SK S0N 2M0
Phone: (306) 297-3663
Fax: (306) 297-3063
Website: www.rocksolidrefuge.com
E-Mail: info@rocksolidrefuge.com
Note: This is a 16 bed faith-based treatment program for male youth 13-18 years old. Program length is 12-15months. Clients can self-refer. Fees apply.

NATIVE RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Fort Qu'Appelle - NATIVE RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Leading Thunderbird Lodge
P.O. Box 400
Fort Qu'Appelle, SK S0G 1S0
Phone: (306) 332-5659
E-Mail: Leadingthunderbirdlodge@sasktel.net
Note: designed to meet the needs of male youth between the ages of 12-17 years who are experiencing difficulties related to drug, alcohol and solvent abuse. The program is based on a holistic treatment model, and the four areas of the Medicine Wheel: mental, social, physical and spiritual will be addressed.

Ile A La Crosse - NATIVE RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Ile A La Crosse - Native Primary Treatment

Northwest Rehabilitation Centre
Box 129
Ile A La Crosse, SK S0M 1C0
Phone: (306) 833-2462

Prince Albert - NATIVE RESIDENTIAL

Prince Albert - Native Primary Treatment

Metis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc. (MACSI)
334 - 19th Street East
Prince Albert, SK S6V 1J7
Phone: (306) 953-8250
Toll-free: 1(866) 722-2155

REGINA - NATIVE RESIDENTIAL

For a listing of Regina native residential services see the Regina Residential Services section in sunshinecoasthealthcentre.ca.

SASKATOON - NATIVE RESIDENTIAL

For a listing of Saskatoon native residential services see the Saskatoon Residential Services section in sunshinecoasthealthcentre.ca.

 

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