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Drug And Alcohol Shelters For Homeless In Nova Scotia

The province of Nova Scotia has seen many issues with drug problems and homelessness throughout the inner-city streets and small towns. There are many different treatment resources available in the province that can help addicts that are battling substance abuse. There is also a shelter available; The Halifax Centre of Hope, located in Halifax. This shelter is as well set up as a residential drug rehabilitation center and is able to provide drug and alcohol treatment for male and female addicts struggling with addiction. Throughout Nova Scotia, many homeless people are having to battle severe weather conditions and are not always able to escape these conditions and are caught up in difficult situations. Addiction can force people into homelessness because an addict will end up spiraling out of control and in some cases very quickly they can end up losing quite a bit including their employment and home. When an addict is in a position where they are no longer working and are not able to produce any further income they can be forced to living across the street as they cannot afford the basic costs of living, and their addiction may be pushing them deeper into the problem. A shelter is an excellent resource to help these individuals get back on track again, and start a new life that can eventually be drug-free.

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The information below will help you on how to find a drug & alcohol shelter service in 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.

List of Drug & Alcohol Shelter Services in Nova Scotia

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