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In Manitoba, addiction treatment and rehabilitation include detoxification clinics, inpatient treatment, outpatient programs, 12-step meetings, and other aftercare support options. Drugrehab.ca provides a directory listing of some of these services. You can also find a listing of drug rehab centers in Winnipeg.

No one form of rehab in Manitoba is suitable for every person. Our qualified professionals with drugrehab.ca help you find Manitoba drug rehab centers. Rehabilitation should meet your recovery and treatment goals. For example, this could involve detox and therapy or finding a 12-step meeting.

In addition to our directory services and listing, the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba provides information for Manitobans with substance use disorders. We also recommend considering addiction treatment in other provinces. There are private and subsidized services in Manitoba, yet Ontario, for example, offers more options to consider.

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List of Rehabs in Manitoba

This is a list of different drug and alcohol treatment centers in Manitoba. This list is not complete. Use the menus on both sides to find specific categories. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-254-3348.

Detox Centre of Manitoba

In many cases, substance use treatment begins with detoxification. The detox process can vary in length, as it depends on each person's history of addiction. Once it is complete, they are now ready to start residential or outpatient treatment.

Inpatient and Outpatient Drug Rehab in Manitoba

Here is some information on both forms of treatment, so you can get a better idea of which one might be the best fit:

  • An outpatient program can be more convenient for certain people, as it does not require that they live at the facility. They can go every day to receive the services needed and go back home afterward.
  • Inpatient treatment is a more intensive approach to addiction recovery. The person resides at the center for the duration of the treatment. This can be done through a short-term or long-term program. Although this can seem daunting, being away from their usual environment can be extremely beneficial.

Regardless of the treatment program, a person decides on, the important thing is that they receive the help they need. By looking through our listings or contacting one of our addiction professionals, you can get started on your path to recovery today.

Manitoba Substance Use Statistics

Per the Surveillance of Problematic Substance Use and Related Harms:

  • In the first nine months of 2019, there were 3,239 substance use-related hospitalizations in the province.
  • During this same period, emergency departments in Manitoba saw 1,237 visits related to a substance overdose.
  • Substance use-related fatalities decreased in 2019, with 62 deaths from January to September.

According to the Canadian Substance Use Costs and Harms (CSUCH):

  • Substance use cost over $1.7 billion to the province of Manitoba in 2017.
  • Alcohol on its own cost $653 million and opioids cost $221 million.
  • Opioids cost the province $149 million in lost productivity and $40 million to the criminal justice system.

CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ARTICLE

Marcel Gemme, DATS

Marcel Gemme, DATS

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on May 4, 2022

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Sylvain Fournier

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Parents Success Story

« Thank you DRS and thank you Tibor for your support and helping us find the right path. In Sept. 2016 we were shocked to find out that our daughter had a very serious addiction to multiple drugs. Our world fell apart and we didn’t know where to start, where to get help and what to do. Over the next 2 years her addiction got worse despite sending her to 3 differs rehabs. Over those 2 years we called every place in every province we could think of. We were at a complete loss as things spiralled out of control. One of the places that we called was DRS and we were lucky to be connected with a drug counsellor named Tibor. Over the next year Tibor was a source of information, support and would tell us how to deal with each situation as it arose. I don’t know how we would have coped without that support. When there would be a crisis I would call Tibor and we would talk it through and he would reinforce all the things he had talked about previously and suggest how to handle the situation. The more I spoke to him the more in control I felt and the calmer I got. Did it stop my daughter from taking drugs? No it didn’t but it helped us cope and form a plan to get her well once and for all. Tibor suggested that we speak to Ian Rabb from Aurora rehab in Manitoba. Again we were so lucky to find Ian. Ian would spend so much time on the phone with me and would respond every time I called almost immediately. Ian also spent an hour on the phone with my daughter and she was so impressed with him. I remember she said: "No one has ever spoken to me like that. He totally understands what I’m going through." It would take another 4 months and many more bad things to happen for my daughter to finally surrender and say that she was ready to go to Aurora and get better. We told her that we would send her to Aurora but under the condition that she also go to second stage sober living house otherwise we would not send her. I think that was a big missing link in her previous attempts. You go to rehab and after 30 or 90 days you're back living in the city by yourself. Pretty tough to stay sober! Aurora, saved my daughter’s life. She spent 5 1/2 months there and 6 weeks of that in detox. She had hundreds of hours of one on one counselling. Not only was she healed mentally and emotionally but also physically. ( she did meditation, yoga, worked with a personal trainer, smudging ceremonies etc…). After her 5 1/2 months she moved to a second stage sober living house in Winnipeg called Destiny House. She spent 6 months there where she learnt how to continue her sobriety while being autonomous but within a house that had strict rules. The staff there were amazing. Today my daughter is 18 months sober, and attending university, volunteering to help others in recovery and looking forward for the first time in years to her future. She recently said to me that she was glad this happened to her because now she is so grateful for everything she has and feels that her life will have so much more meaning than it might have. So thank you Tibor, Ian, Aurora, Destiny House and about 100 other people that surrounded her with love and support. As Tibor said it takes a village to save an addict. » - Diane R.