Sobriety Home for Alcohol Addiction in Manitoba
Alcoholism is on the rise in Canada, and will unfortunately continue to affect many Manitobans as well for the foreseeable future. While the numbers don’t look very reassuring, there are those who have dedicated their lives to making a difference in the area of addiction and alcoholism. Sobriety Home Foundation, located a short drive from Ottawa, has treated many Canadians who have decided to make a change in their lives and rid themselves of addiction forever. Manitobans are always welcome to participate in rehab with us, and consistently offer hope and a positive perspective for both the team here at Sobriety home, and our other clients. Making a major life decision about one’s alcohol addiction is never easy, but the brilliant and caring staff at Sobriety Home are only a phone call away from getting someone back on track.
Exercise, organic meals, relaxing massages, yoga, outings and holistic treatments are only a few of the top notch services and amenities offered by Sobriety Home. Our focus is to cater to every individual client’s needs regarding their treatment, and to build a lasting strategy to end their addiction for good. The approach is heavily centered around cognitive therapy, but includes many alternative treatments to compliment both a client’s rehab overall, and their personal beliefs and lifestyles.
Make no mistake, participating in rehab for an addiction to alcohol is no easy gig. It’s draining, both physically and emotionally, but in order to succeed, the staff at Sobriety Home believe that treatment should be for attaining results and not some sort of punishment. We do not believe addition of any kind is some moral failing or crime, as it can affect virtually anyone from any background. On the other hand, while we offer our clients many comforts, it is important to remember that rehab is hard work. We’ll be with our clients every step of the way, and we believe in those who genuinely want to move past addiction and prosper. If you, or someone you know is struggling to control their drinking, you’re more than welcome to give us a call and speak to one of our friendly team members who can help guide you towards a better life with Sobriety Home.
Treatment Addiction Services For Manitoba
Substance Use Services (AFM) - Brandon Location
510 Frederick St.
Phone: (204) 729-3838
Supporting residents of Brandon, Manitoba, AFM provides alcohol addiction and alcoholism support and treatment for both adults and youth. Concurrent disorders can also be treated, and family members are offered support and counselling.
Addictions Foundation of Manitoba
146 Magnus Avenue
"SOS" as it’s fondly referred to by it’s members, has helped countless thousands of addicted persons reclaim their lives for over 28 years. Since it’s inception, Secular Organizations for Sobriety has welcomed anyone sincerely seeking sobriety from alcohol addiction, drug addiction and behavioural and/or process addictions. SOS is a highly effective alternative to the 12-step model, and provides yet another path to recovery from addiction.
PO Box 68022
RPO Osborne Village
Phone: (204) 582-4043
Esther House has assisted women to move back into the community with a strong sense of confidence in their abilities to deal with their addictions and move forward in their lives. While at Esther House, many of these women have enrolled in training and upgrading, sought and found gainful employment and become reunited with their families.
Nelson House Medicine Lodge
PO Box 458
Nelson House, Manitoba
Phone: (204) 484-2256
Fax: (204) 484-2016
Overcoming an addiction is not an easy process. Our organization offers a rewarding means to achieve a sober and healthy lifestyle utilizing contemporary and traditional cultural practices which acknowledge the four seasons. The Nelson House Medicine Lodge was established in August 1989 to meet a growing need for a counselling and residential addictions treatment services for Indigenous people. To date, the NHML remains the only NNADAP alcohol and drug treatment facility servicing in Manitoba’s north.
Alcoholics Anonymous in Manitoba
For more than eight decades, Alcoholics Anonymous or “AA” for short, has helped millions across the globe attain sober living. Founded in Ohio, in the USA, Alcoholics anonymous has a great track record of helping those in need of support during a time of crisis. AA is the largest 12-step program in the world, and operates in over 130 countries.
Before heading to a meeting, don't forget to check the time, date and location of the meeting. Also remember that some meetings are open, while others are private or "closed".
St-Mary’s United Church
613 St Mary's Road
Keep In Step (K.I.S.)
St-James Anglican Church
195 Collegiate St,
St. Pierre Museum
432 Joubert St
East Beaches Senior Centre
3 Ateah Road
Victoria Beach, Manitoba