List of Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Windsor, Nova Scotia
The information below will help you on how to find a drug rehab centre in Windsor, Nova Scotia. The list could be incomplete, so if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-254-3348.
Address of the center
- Addiction Associations
- Prevention / Education
249 Redden Road, RR #1, Windsor, NS
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Nova Scotia has different ways to locate drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers. Provincial addiction services in Nova Scotia are available. It is recommended that individuals or their families contact their Addiction Services office locally or out of town. Private drug rehab centers are easily found through an internet search. There are programs in the province and out of the province.
The cost of drug rehab in Nova Scotia varies. Drug rehab programs offered by the province are free of charge and covered by provincial healthcare. The cost of private drug rehabilitation or detox ranges between $5,000 and $30,000. There are different ways to pay for drug rehab, including medical financing, payment plans, pooling resources, or increasing the line of credit.
Yes, opioid recovery programs offer opioid maintenance therapy for individuals with an addiction to opioids. Recovery options exist in the central, eastern, northern, and western zones. The process includes assessment, treatment planning, relapse prevention, and supportive counseling.
Yes, a court-monitored drug treatment program is known as a drug court program. It is there to offer alternative criminal sentences for people charged with crimes directly related to their opioid addiction. The program is available for anyone 19 years of age or older who lives in the Halifax Regional Municipality.
This depends on individual situations. There are limited drug rehabilitation and detox programs in the Maritime provinces because of smaller populations. Some addicts and their families find better treatment options outside of the province. It can be better for rehabilitation and recovery when treatment is done in an unfamiliar environment.
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