We are located at 3289 Evangeline Trail,
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, B0S 1A0
Surrounded by beauty & selected for a reason.
Every morning, as you draw back the curtains and look over the stunning North Mountain you will quickly understand how we decided that Annapolis Royal Nova Scotia would be a perfect location for us to create our Alcohol Rehab facility. The combination of the one-of-a-kind views, restaurants that offer their customers the very best in locally sourced fare, and wonderful shops where you will be greeted with some of the warmest smiles you will ever see, make our chosen location a perfect place to rest, recover, and rebuild a life dismantled by the forces of addiction.
We are close enough to Halifax to make getting here easy for our residents and their families who choose to visit, but far enough away from the possible influences that may trigger a desire to have a drink Close enough to everything that matters, and far enough to create the space to heal. A balance our location offers all our residents. We know that reducing your stress is a very important step in beginning your recovery so we make getting here as easy as we can.
Getting to our Rehab Center from Nova Scotia: We offer free pickup and return transportation in Nova Scotia within a 250 Kilometer (155 mile) radius of our rehab center. If you need a pickup in Nova Scotia or New Brunswick outside of this radius there is a nominal charge per kilometer for the extra distance.
Coming from the Saint John New Brunswick area to Nova Scotia: Enjoy a comfortable ferry ride from St. John to Digby Nova Scotia. We offer free transportation from the Digby Nova Scotia ferry terminal to our rehab center.
For patients from outside Nova Scotia: Your intake partner will arrange your complimentary pickup at the Halifax Nova Scotia airport.
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia area is one of Canada’s primary historical areas. In 1605 this area of Nova Scotia became home to some of North America’s earliest European settlers. We are part of a beautiful waterfront community nestled in the Annapolis Valley. Our farmers markets, lively local entertainments, and historical sites are great for day trip visits. Annapolis Royal Nova Scotia area has gained a well-earned reputation as a vibrant centre for cultural activity, and over the years it has become a magnet for visual artists, craftspeople, performers, and writers.
Nova Scotia Alcohol Rehab Recreational Therapy
Tourists flock to Nova Scotia every year for the province’s abundance of outdoor activities at any time of year. At Searidge Alcohol Rehab, we believe recreational therapy is an integral part of recovery and for this reason many of the activities we offer involve the outdoors, surrounded by the inspiring nature of Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. In this area it is possible to surf in the ocean, pick apples in the local orchards, hike along many of the numerous trails- there are numerous ways to enjoy the outdoors in this maritime province.
The wildlife in Nova Scotia is diverse and well-suited to meditative activities that provide the ideal combination of calm and an opportunity to enjoy the surrounding environment. Nova Scotia is home to a wide variety of rare and common birds such as loons, bald eagles, herons, and piping plovers, a real joy for seasoned and novice Bird Watchers.
The food in Nova Scotia is well known internationally. Being on the seacoast, there is an abundance of fresh seafood such as scallops, mussels, and the renowned lobster. There is also an abundance of fruit such as blueberries and apples.
Arts & Culture
Nova Scotia has long been a centre for art, particularly folk art such as paintings by Maud Lewis. The province is also a hub for filmmaking, and movies such as The Titanic were filmed almost in their entirety in the province. Nova Scotia is also host to a thriving independent music scene, primarily based in Halifax.