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Drug Rehab Winnipeg

In Winnipeg, substance use treatment includes drug and alcohol detox, some residential services, numerous outpatient services, and 12-step meetings. Drugrehab.ca provides an extensive directory listing of some of these services.

Finding quality addiction care in Winnipeg is made more accessible with our help. Drugrehab.ca counselors help you narrow the search and find a suitable treatment or support options in the city. Generally, rehabilitation methods should meet your recovery and treatment goals.

In addition to our extensive directory listing of services, the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba provides information for anyone with a substance use disorder. We recommend considering more than one option, especially private care. Residential and outpatient private programs offer more in terms of counseling. There are numerous resources of detox in Winnipeg, but even more options in other provinces.

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List of Winnipeg Rehab Centre

The information below will help you how to find a Winnipeg rehab centre. The list could be incomplete, so if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-254-3348.

Detox Winnipeg

Whenever a person is struggling with an addiction to alcohol or drugs, the first step in their path to recovery is typically detoxification, and here is information on this service:

  • Detox is done in order to rid the body of the toxins brought on by substance use.
  • Some people try to detox on their own, which can be dangerous considering the withdrawal symptoms that can occur. A detox program offers a safe and supervised environment where they can go through this process.
  • Detox on its own is not treatment, since it is essential that a person attends a proper treatment program after completing detox.

There are various forms of treatment available, but the main ones are inpatient and outpatient programs, and both have been successful in helping people overcome their addictions. Each of these has its own benefits; let's go through some of them:

  • For an outpatient program, the individual does not have to live at the facility. Although this does require a strong support system at home, it can be helpful for those who aren't able to afford to pause their life in order to attend residential treatment.
  • Residential treatment is, in many cases, the most effective form of treatment. The main reason for this is that by living at the facility, the individual is away from the stress of their daily life and can focus solely on their recovery.
  • When it comes to an inpatient program, there are two options: short-term programs, which typically last 28 days or less, or long-term programs, which can last anywhere from a month, to 3 months, and even more.

Winnipeg Substance Use Statistics and Information

According to the Manitoba government:

  • Substance use is a factor in many cases of domestic violence.
  • Situations involve an abusive partner or the person being abused misusing drugs and/or alcohol.
  • The substances commonly involved include cocaine, methamphetamine, prescription drugs, and cannabis.

Based on a report done by the Canadian Center on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA):

  • For the 2016-2017 period, 7.1% of grade 7-9 students and 27.1% of grade 10-12 students reported using cannabis in the past 12 months.
  • Of these percentages, 20.4% were females and 15% were males.
  • 1% of students in Manitoba reported using cannabis at least once a week in the past year.

Per the Surveillance of Opioid Misuse and Overdose in Manitoba:

  • In 2016, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority saw a rate of 6.7 opioid poisoning hospitalizations per 100,000 population.
  • Between January 1st and September 30th, 2017, there were 66 apparent opioid-related deaths within the province.
  • During this same period, the Manitoba Poison center received 157 opioid-related calls.

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Marcel Gemme, DATS

Marcel Gemme, DATS

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on May 5, 2022

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