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It is a well known fact that one of the most rampant drug cultures in North America thrives in BC. The "lower mainland" including Vancouver's notorious east side has Canada's highest per capita addiction rates. There are a conciderable number of substance abuse treatment centers in the area but there are simply too many addicts for drug rehabilitation to be accessed quickly. Addictionenders specailizes decreasing the waiting lists by puting the apropriate information in your hands. Our knowledgeable staff are standing by to help you find successfull drug rehab today 1-800-419-7941.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in British Columbia
In Canada studies have been conducted by CCSA, The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, which relay the following rather alarming facts regarding addiction to drugs or alcohol. Approximately 148,000 or 5% of British Columbians are binge drinkers, who regularly consume a harmful amount of alcohol and are dependent on alcohol. The same studies indicate that 1% or approximately 40,000 British Columbians are dependent on illicit drugs.

British Columbia is a province which has taken an aggressive stance with regards to its citizens’ drug and alcohol addiction. As a result the following types of treatment are available in British Columbia’s 271 various rehab facilities: detoxification, drug rehab, long term residential, short term residential, out patient, and day programs. There are many British Columbians that are in need of detoxification, intervention, and drug rehab or alcohol rehab programs in B.C., coupled with lengthy after care. Some substances which fall under this heading are Cocaine, Crack Cocaine, Crystal Meth, Heroin, GHB, Oxycontin, Ecstasy, Marijuana and Prescription Drugs.

The stay usually lasts between three and seven days. This solution only provides up to a one week’s reprieve from a life long addiction problem. In order to gain access to one of the government sponsored residential programs one must first appear in person to have an assessment done and then be recommended to one of the facilities where there is an average of a two to four week waiting list, and one must have been abstinent from all drugs and alcohol for at least one week to be admitted.

If one were in need of long-term rehabilitation he/she could be admitted to a halfway house or Salvation Army program in as little as one to two weeks but these are not rehabilitation programs. Rather, they are sober living environments that have certain requirements: their occupants must be sober and attend alcoholics anonymous or narcotics anonymous meetings and undergo other types of ongoing therapy as well as seek out employment. It is a reintegration program rather than a rehabilitative program in a controlled environment.

All statistical info can be researched at: The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse

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