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Drug & Alcohol Detox and Rehab Centers with the Twelve Steps in New Brunswick

Last updated: Monday, 28, March 2022

Within the province of New Brunswick, there are limited resources for addicts and their families, but there are still drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs that can offer the right kind of help to treat addiction. Available within the province are detox centers, inpatient programs, and outpatient drug rehab centers. Some of these outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation programs facilitate twelve-step drug treatment methods. The twelve-step treatment process helps addicts from all age groups and backgrounds, and each rehabilitation center provides something different for their clients. If the proper drug rehabilitation centers cannot be found within the province of New Brunswick, there are numerous resources within neighboring provinces.

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Where did the twelve-step method originate from?

Originally, this began as a process to assist alcoholics and was created in the mid-1930s by two alcoholics who developed a twelve-step process to achieve sobriety. Today the process has expanded out to help addicts with all types of addiction. This includes some of the following approaches to treat different addiction problems:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous - the original approach to treat alcoholics and help them achieve sobriety.
  • Cocaine Anonymous - this group will help cocaine and crack addicts work through their addiction, and have been proven to be successful with the help and support from the group.
  • Heroin Anonymous - these types of support groups for heroin addicts are particularity efficient after a heroin addict has gone through a heroin detox program.
  • Family Anonymous - these are the support groups to help family members who are directly affected by a person's drug or alcohol abuse.

Addiction recovery groups are all voluntary and no one is forced to attend, but if a person is paying for a drug and alcohol treatment center, it would be in his or her interest to attend the meetings and work with the counselors. Drug and alcohol treatment centers, regardless of the treatment method used will not force a person to stay. The approaches taken are there to convince a patient to stay and help them understand the importance of drug treatment.

List of 12 Steps Programs Available in New Brunswick

The information below will help you find Twelve Steps Programs in New Brunswick. The list could be incomplete, so if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-254-3348.

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Marcel Gemme, DATS

Marcel Gemme, DATS

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on March 28, 2022

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