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Alcohol Treatment Centers in Alberta

Last updated on: Tuesday, 5 March 2024

When searching for a drug rehab center in Alberta for alcohol addiction, it must offer detox, therapy, and aftercare support. Alcohol addiction differs for each person, and drug rehab should be tailored to meet individual needs. Each type of drug needs a specific detox setting, either conventional or medical. Below, you will find a listing of medical detox in Alberta for alcohol addiction, including facilities with accreditations and licensures such as Accreditation Canada and Registered Canadian Charitable Organizations.

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List of Alcohol Detox Centres in Alberta

The information below will help you to find alcohol medical detox centres in Alberta. The list could be incomplete, so if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-254-3348.

Date of Review: 14 September 2023

Thorpe Recovery Center is a residential treatment program. After examining the website, we found that it is a 72-bed treatment program with semi-private rooms. The programming is gender inclusive and…

Rehab Settings

– Assessment
– Detox
– Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
– Medical Detox
– Outpatient
– Residential
– Residential Long-Term
– Substance Abuse Treatment

Services Offered

– Aftercare
– Evidence-Based Approach
– Holistic
– Relapse Prevention
– Substance Abuse Counselling
– Substance Abuse Counselling for Individuals
– Substance Abuse Group Counselling
– Twelve-Step

People Served

– Adults
– Co-Ed
– Co-Occurring Disorders
– Family Programs

Accreditations

– Accreditation Canada
– Licensed by the Government of Alberta
– Registered Canadian Charitable Organization

Medical Staff: Vera Koster, BA, CCAC, CCRC, ACTA | Community Counsellor
Kaitlyn Delisle, BHSc | Community Counsellor

21060 Tranquility Way Blackfoot, AB

Date of Review: 27 February 2024

Foothills Centre is a medically supported adult detox program. After we examined the website, we found they offer detox to men and women 18 and over. The detox stay is…

Rehab Settings

– Assessment
– Detox
– Medical Detox
– Substance Abuse Treatment

Services Offered

– Relapse Prevention

People Served

– Adults
– Co-Ed

Accreditations

– Accreditation Canada
– Funded by Alberta Health Services Addiction & Mental Health

810 18th Street, Fort Macleod, AB

Date of Review: 27 February 2024

Safe Harbour Society provides housing and recovery support to Central Alberta. After DRS reviewed the website, we found they offer medically supported detox, emergency shelter, indigenous support, and housing services.

Rehab Settings

– Assessment
– Detox
– Medical Detox
– Shelter
– Substance Abuse Treatment

Services Offered

– Evidence-Based Approach

People Served

– Adults
– Co-Ed
– First Nation

Accreditations

– Licensed by the Government of Alberta
– Registered Canadian Charitable Organization

Medical Staff: Nursing staff, physicians and case managers

5246 – 53rd Ave., Red Deer, AB

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  • Why is alcohol abuse dangerous?

    Excessive alcohol use can lead to the development of chronic disease and other serious health problems. For example, this may include high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, liver disease, and digestive problems. Alcohol abuse also creates cancer of the breast, mouth, throat, voice box, liver, colon, and rectum.

  • Does alcohol addiction require medical detox?

    Depending on the severity of alcohol addiction, it may require a medical detox. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms become severe when someone consumes alcohol daily and for many years. Mild alcohol withdrawal symptoms can occur within six hours after the last drink. Severe alcohol withdrawal symptoms begin within 12 to 48 hours after the last drink. Medical detox mitigates these symptoms with the use of medication.

  • Is beer or wine safer to drink than liquor?

    No, one 12-ounce beer has roughly the same amount of alcohol as one five-ounce glass of wine or a 1.5-ounce of liquor. It is the amount of alcohol consumed that affects a person, not the type of alcohol or alcoholic drink.

  • Why is binge drinking dangerous?

    Binge drinking is a pattern of drinking that rapidly increases blood alcohol concentration within a matter of hours. Generally, this usually corresponds to five or more drinks within a single occasion for men or four or more drinks on a single occasion for women, generally within about two hours.

  • How do I know if I have a drinking problem?

    Excessive alcohol use causes many problems, such as trouble with relationships, school, social activities, family problems, and domestic disputes. In addition, it creates significant health problems. Suppose you are concerned that a loved one or a family member may have a drinking problem. In that case, it is important to contact professional help.

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