Another Road drug and alcohol addiction treatment program is a client centered recovery program. We are proud to offer a rehabilitation treatment program that caters to the specific needs of each individual. Our primary focus is to create a supportive, healing environment rather than a rigid, rule-based institution. A client-centered approach upholds our commitment to respecting each persons’ treatment decisions and recovery plan.
At Another Road we understand that every individual presents unique challenges and requires a unique approach. We integrate several modalities of treatment to find the tools that work best for each client. We offer an introduction to mediation, art therapy, Reiki, and acupuncture, as they apply to addiction recovery. We incorporate various off-site resources such as 12 Step meetings and conferences, including visits to art galleries, theaters, and various sports and entertainment venues
One reason why we can afford to offer the best prices in Canada is that our clients are responsible for many tasks such as cooking. We believe that meal planning and food preparation reflect a real-world therapeutic environment where clients are encouraged to be responsible for their own care and expected to contribute to the care of the group. We believe that establishing an appreciation of community is essential to recovery. We have found that the family atmosphere created by cooperating in the kitchen and sharing delicious, personally prepared food, is a tremendous motivator and encourages meaningful personal connections.
We are located in beautiful Bond Head on a 20-acre property. Our quaint 10-bed facility offers daily in-house group and individual therapy sessions with experienced addiction counsellors and certified addiction specialists.
At Another Road, we understand the process of addiction and, more importantly, the process of recovery. We know the profound courage that it takes to make the first step, to admit that you’ve lost control of your life. The first step is the most important, and although it may not be the end of your addiction, it is the beginning of your recovery.
“One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn’t as individuals….I am struck by how sharing our weakness and difficulties is more nourishing to others than sharing our qualities and successes.” Jean Vanier