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Long-Term Inpatient Drug Rehabs in Newfoundland

Last updated on: Tuesday, 5 March 2024

The process of finding a long-term drug rehab in Newfoundland and Labrador should not be a challenging task. These rehabs are suited for people with a long-term addiction or if their addiction has gotten out of control. It will give them enough time to address their issues to get their life in control. Below, we have suggested some long-term drug rehab in Newfoundland and Labrador. They can be private or government funded. This listing also gives access to facilities with accreditations and licensures, such as Canadian Accreditation Council and Registered Canadian Charitable Organization.


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List of Long-Term Inpatient Drug Rehabs

The information below will help you on how to find a long-term residential drug rehab in Newfoundland. 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: 18 September 2023

Teen Challenge Canada, Atlantic Hope Women’s Center is a residential drug rehab program. After examining the website, that it is a program for women ages 18 and over. It treats…

Rehab Settings

– Residential
– Residential Long-Term
– Substance Abuse Treatment

Services Offered

– Faith-Based

People Served

– Adults
– Christian
– Gender-Specific
– Women


– Registered Canadian Charitable Organization

729 Fowler’s Rd, Conception Bay South, NL

Date of Review: 18 September 2023

Charles J. Andrew Youth Treatment Center empowers Aboriginal families through the provision of a holistic healing program. After examining the website, we found that the center is a ten-bed residential…

Rehab Settings

– Assessment
– Detox
– Medical Detox
– Outpatient
– Residential
– Residential Long-Term
– Substance Abuse Treatment

Services Offered

– Drug Prevention and Education
– Holistic
– Substance Abuse Counselling
– Substance Abuse Counselling for Families
– Substance Abuse Counselling for Individuals
– Substance Abuse Group Counselling

People Served

– Adolescents
– Family Programs
– Family Support
– First Nation


– Canadian Accreditation Council
– Official Canadian Substance Use Treatment Centres for First Nations and Inuit

Medical Staff: Evelyn Winters, BSW | Clinical Program Manager
Alicia Montague , CAC | Clinical Counselor

P.O. Box 109, North West River, NL

Ask a Professional

  • What is long-term drug rehab?

    Long-term drug rehab is generally a residential drug rehab program that houses clients for a period of three to six months or longer. These facilities provide numerous amenities for each client because they are living onsite for an extended duration of time.

  • Are long-term drug rehab programs better than short-term programs?

    Yes, long-term programs are better than shorter drug rehab options. This is especially important for anyone who has a long history of drug abuse and chronic relapse. Long-term drug rehab programs offer more therapy methodologies, counseling, and aftercare support. There is a significant benefit to being away from a destructive environment for a longer time.

  • What does long-term drug rehab cost?

    The cost of long-term drug rehab varies as there are private and public long-term treatment centers in Canada. Private long-term drug rehab can cost between $15,000 and $30,000. Public long-term drug rehab is generally covered by provincial healthcare.

  • Should I consider long-term treatment if I have never been to drug rehab?

    Ideally, long-term drug rehab is the better option. However, it depends on the severity of your addiction. For example, a recreational drug user with no previous history of addiction may not need long-term drug rehab. In contrast, someone with a long history of addiction who has never been to rehab would benefit from long-term drug rehab.

  • Want to know more?

    The questions from DrugRehab.ca’s “Ask a Professional” are answered by Nickolaus Hayes. If you need further clarification on any of the questions above or have any other questions you can contact him directly at N.hayes@drugrehab.ca.