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Searidge Foundation’s Alcohol Rehab helping residents of  New Brunswick

Searidge Foundation’s Alcohol Rehab is committed to helping individuals from New Brunswick overcome alcohol use disorders and regain control of their lives. With our recovery and healing program, patients receive the resources and tools needed to break free from the destructive effects of alcohol and focus on what truly matters – living a happy, healthy life. By taking the necessary steps towards recovery, patients can take control of their future and make the most of every moment. Searidge is just a short ferry ride away, and our driver is available to pick up patients anywhere in New Brunswick, making it easy to access the care and support needed for a successful recovery.


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How our programs work.

We use a holistic approach to address the needs of the whole person in our treatment programs. We incorporate scientific and research-based treatments, evidence-based psychotherapies, pharmacotherapy, and natural holistic therapies such as yoga, mindfulness, and meditation practices. Our goal is to help you achieve long-term sobriety and a healthier, happier life.

At Searidge Alcohol Rehab, we leave no stone unturned in our efforts to help each person overcome their substance dependence issues. We are committed to helping you understand your addiction and guiding you toward a successful recovery.

We understand that the road to recovery is not an easy one, which is why we offer a range of programs to our graduates. Our goal is to provide you with the support you need to maintain your sobriety and live a fulfilling life. Our New Brunswick alumni can take advantage of SMART recovery group meetings, one-on-one counseling, and an inclusive online aftercare program. We believe that community support is essential to a successful recovery journey, and we are here to provide that support.

Our approach to healing works because we focus on the individual, crafting each treatment plan on the goals and challenges that face each residents unique life experience and circumstances.

New Brunswick

New Brunswick is a beautiful province with stunning landscapes, pristine bodies of water and home to the beautiful Bay of Fundy. New Brunswick is practically begging to be explored, its vast array of provincial parks and campgrounds would satisfy even the most experienced outdoor explorer. New Brunswick’s citizens are some of the friendliest, caring, and most hospitable people the Maritimes have to offer.

With everything as beautiful as it is, addiction still has the power and ability to destroy lives and tear apart families. It can cause individuals to commit acts they would never dream of while in a sober state. Alcohol addiction affects a good portion of the globe. New Brunswick is not exempt from the same problems that even the most populated provinces experience, such as alcohol addiction.

With a population around 830 000 and growing, New Brunswick boasts more than 8 universities and colleges, has thriving farming, forestry, and fishery industries,  and has a very healthy tourism and cultural assets sector. No wonder they have been experiencing a population explosion the past few years. 

Anyone who has had the opportunity to visit New Brunswick will know about their beautiful natural settings, camping, hiking and walking trails. But residents also know about the wonderful offerings on hand when they visit the capital city of New Brunswick, Fredericton.
Fredericton’s historic streets are lined with unique artisan shops, cafes, restaurants, theatre and fashion sectors. 

The largest city in NB is Moncton. Moncton’s retail sector has become one of the most important pillars of the local economy. Major retail projects such as Champlain Place in Dieppe and the Wheeler Park Power Centre on Trinity Drive have become major destinations for locals and tourists alike. Tourism also plays an important role in the economy of Moncton, and,  historically owes its origins to the presence of two natural attractions, the tidal bore of the Petitcodiac River, and the optical illusion of Magnetic Hill.

The Magnetic Hill area includes a golf course, a water park, a zoo, and an outdoor concert facility. In 2010 an entertainment complex opened at Magnetic Hill with a Casino and  Hotel.

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Searidge Sponsored SMART Recovery® Meetings

SMART Recovery® is an abstinence-based, not-for-profit organization with a sensible self-help program for people having problems with drinking and using. It includes many ideas and techniques to help you change your life from one that is self-destructive and unhappy to one that is constructive and satisfying.

SMART Recovery® is not a spin-off of Alcoholics Anonymous. No one will label you an “alcoholic”, an “addict” or “diseased” nor “powerless”, and if you do not believe in a religion or spirituality, that’s fine, too. We teach common sense self-help procedures designed to empower you to abstain and to develop a more positive lifestyle. When you succeed at following our approach, you may graduate from the program, or you may stay around to help others.


Searidge Alcohol Rehab offers a variety of aftercare programs to our alumni to help ensure their sobriety is sustained. SMART Recovery® group meetings have proven to be incredibly beneficial to our Searidge alumni. SMART Recovery® meetings give our graduate residents the tools and support they require to remain sober.


All SMART Recovery® meetings are held on Zoom please go to our SMART Recovery® Nova Scotia website at to learn more or sign up to attend a meeting.

Funded/Supported Alcohol Treatment Centers in New Brunswick

Wolastoqewiyik Healing Lodge


Wolastoqewiyik Healing Lodge
13309 Route 105
Tobique First Nation, New Brunswick E7H 5K1
Phone: 1.506.273.5403
Fax: 1.506.273.4286


Note: This is a 4 bed holistic program for First Nations adults 18+. Program length is 6 weeks. Program offers traditional cultural components, Medicine Wheel teachings, and auricular acupuncture. Services offered in Mi’kmaq, Maliseet, and English. Program is funded by NNADAP.

Lone Eagle Treatment Centre


Lone Eagle Treatment Centre
491 Graham Rd.
Elsipogtog, New Brunswick E4W 2T8
Phone: 1.506.523.8244
Fax: 1.506.523.8242

Note: This is a 6 bed culturally based program for First Nations adults 18+. Program length is 5 weeks. Services offered in Mi’kmaq and English. Program is funded by NNADAP.


Celebrating resilience, awakening the spirit, leading the journey towards healing and wellness



The Rising Sun Treatment Centre was established in 1988. We offer culturally-based programs that focus on an alcohol and drug free lifestyle in a peaceful environment.

The Rising Sun offers a number of resources including:

 * An Elder that offers cultural teachings.

 * Medical professionals that cover a variety of medical issues.

About the facility

Rising Sun Treatment Centre is an accredited 10 bed facility.

  • 6 bedrooms: four rooms with two beds, and two single rooms with an adjoining wheelchair accessible bathroom
  • On-site gym including a sauna
  • On-site sweat lodge for ceremonies
  • Computers are available on-site

Private Alcohol Treatment Centers in New Brunswick.

Village of Hope

1100 Back Tracy Rd
Upper Tracy, NB
E5L 1H7

Phone: 506-368-2600 or 1-844-887-HOPE

The Village of Hope is a drug and alcohol regeneration facility and ten-month Christian-based program dedicated to helping men and women of all ages overcome life controlling drug and alcohol problems. Founded in 2008 by Pastors Andrew and Märt Vähi. The facility is located in an inspiring wilderness setting in Upper Tracy, on the North Branch of the Oromocto River in picturesque Central New Brunswick. The program is funded by donations and accepts students from throughout Canada. Visitors are always welcome!

Reyes Group

(506) 830-4357

Terminal Station, 1234 Main St #302, Moncton, NB E1C, Canada

Reyes Group is a Private rehab located in Moncton, New Brunswick. Reyes Group specializes in the treatment of mental health, substance, drug and alcohol abuse.

Government Funded Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Centers in New Brunswick

New Brunswick offers a number of different government funded rehab centers for alcohol addiction. Admission to most public rehab centres in New Brunswick are on a voluntary basis. An individual in New Brunswick would call one of these rehab centers and complete an intake. Upon completion they would enter a queue until a bed becomes available. Wait times will vary depending on the rehab centre. You will find these rehab facilities treating alcohol addiction throughout New Brunswick.

Horizon Health Services

Alcohol Treatment Program
The Alcohol Treatment Program is a comprehensive treatment and prevention strategy to address harmful alcohol use. The program is considered an effective means of reducing consumption, symptoms of withdrawal, cravings, and the rate of mortality.

Staff seek to improve physical and mental health, social functioning, and a person’s overall quality of life. This multidisciplinary team includes: prescribing physicians, registered nurses, social workers, and administrative support.

Individual counselling is available throughout the concurrent recovery process for therapy and, as needed, access to community resources.

Horizon location offering this service:
125 Mapleton Rd., Moncton, N.B., E1C 8Y6 – Directions
Phone: 506-869-6655
Fax: 506-869-6657
Hours of operation: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Miramichi Regional Health Authority Addiction Services

Miramichi Regional Health Authority
Addiction Services
500 Water St.
Miramichi, New Brunswick E1V 3G5
Phone: 1.506.623.6176 (Nurse Manager)
Phone: 1.506.623.3000 (Miramichi Regional Hospital)
Fax: 1.506.623.3465

Note: This is a holistic program for adults 19+. Program offers assessment, detoxification, recovery planning, and referral services.

Vitalité Health Network Regional Addiction Services

Vitalité Health Network
Regional Addiction Services
53 Gallant Dr.
Campbellton, New Brunswick E3N 3H4
Phone: 1.506.789.7055

Note: This is a 21 day, 12 bed program for adults 19+. Program offers client-centred services with community support, detox, and for relapse prevention.

First Nations Resources

In addition to having access to all the services of Vitalité Health Network, First Nations members also have access to services in the community.


Pabineau First Nation – Mi’kmaq
Services are provided in English and Mi’kmaq.

Health centre: 506-547-4204

Traditional healers
Program to prevent abuse of alcohol and other drugs:
Referral to detox services;
Referral to addiction services;
Assessment of consumption;
Addiction counselling.
Psychology services
Child and family support services


Bouctouche First Nation – Mi’kmaq
Services are provided in English and Mi’kmaq.

Reception: 506-743-2573
Traditional healers
Community health: 506-743-2520
Child and family services: 506-743-2524

Fort Folly First Nation – Mi’kmaq

Services are provided in English and Mi’kmaq.

Reception: 506-379-3400
Traditional healers

Indian Island First Nation – Mi’kmaq

Services are provided in English and Mi’kmaq.

Reception: 506-523-9795
Traditional healers

Elsipogtog First Nation – Mi’kmaq

Services are provided in English and Mi’kmaq.

Reception: 506-523-8222

Mental health and psychology services

Traditional healers
Crisis line 506-523-599 – Il manque un chiffre!
Program to prevent abuse of alcohol and other drugs:
Referral to detox services;
Referral to addiction services;
Assessment of consumption;
Addiction counselling.
Opioid replacement therapy: 506-523-8227
Syringe exchange program: 506-523-8222
Child and family services: 506-523-8224
ACCESS Open Minds: 506-523-8345

The ACCESS Open Minds team exists to help you with all your mental health needs.

ACCESS Open Minds is not an ordinary mental health service. We are very flexible so that you’re as comfortable talking to us as talking to friends. Our goal above all is to help you. You guide the process based on your needs and we adjust to you.

ACCESS Open Minds can:

Help you get an initial mental health assessment within 72 hours of requesting one;
Meet with you during the day or evening at the place of your choosing;
Guide you to mental health services;
Help draw up a treatment plan for you and with you;
Provide continuous services and regular follow-up.


Lone Eagle Treatment Centre:


The Lone Eagle Treatment Centre is a residential program. It can accept up to six people at a time. The program lasts five weeks. Participants must be age 18 or over.

Teaching about alcohol and other drugs
Case management
Professional consultations
Personal development and teaching of life skills
Planning recovery
Cultural activities
Recreational therapy
Individual and group counselling
Individual follow-up after treatment


Madawaska Maliseet First Nation – Maliseet (Wolastoqiyik)

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Health Centre: 506-735-0676

MMFN Fitness Centre – Regular physical activity, even at a moderate level, reduces the risk of heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure and obesity. Overall, 65 percent of Canadians are considered obese. Although the risks associated with lack of physical activity are clear, we don’t appear interested in changing our sedentary ways.

The Madawaska Maliseet First Nation built this gym for people who want to get in shape. No membership is required and it is available to all community members, both young and less young.

Traditional healers
Child and family support services: 506-735-0671
Addiction treatment for First Nations and Inuit: 506-735-0676
Referral to detox services
Referral to addiction services
Assessment of consumption
Addiction counselling


Ugpi’ganjig First Nation (Eel River Bar) – Mi’kmaq
Services are provided in English and Mi’kmaq.

Ugpi’ganjig Health Centre: 506-684-5002

Traditional healers
Psychology services
Program to prevent abuse of alcohol and other drugs

Traditional healer services
The traditional approach to wellness is essential to the mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health of indigenous communities.

Through traditional healer services, health services strive to increase wellness support by offering traditional healing practices, including:

  • Fire keepers;
  • Historians, storytellers;
  • Pipe ceremony;
  • Naming ceremony;
  • Opening prayers;
  • Shaking tent ceremony;
  • Coming-of-age ceremony;
  • Seven sacred teachings;
  • Purification ceremony;
  • Talking circle;
  • Sun dance;
  • Drum ceremony;
  • Sweat lodge;
  • Fasting;
  • Medicinal teaching;
  • Learning to dance;
  • Language;
  • Drum making;
  • Basket weaving;
  • Tobacco tie-making;
  • Beadwork;
  • Counselling.

Who can receive these services?
All status Indian band members (from any band) living on or off reserve within a community’s catchment area can receive these services.

Who provides the services?
The services are provided by a traditional healer, a specialist in indigenous cultures (cultural practitioner) or an elder who:

Is recognized and accepted by the community;
Is able to provide mental health advice and culturally appropriate healing services;
Has undergone a criminal record check and a background check to work with vulnerable individuals.

To request services:
Ask your addiction counsellor to refer you;
Call your health director to request services:
Eel River Bar: 684-6277
Elsipogtog: 523-8227
Fort Folly: 379-3400
Indian Island: 523-9795
Bouctouche: 743-2537
Madawaska: 735-0676
Pabineau: 547-4204

Mawlugutineg MWT financially supports the traditional healer fund to offer traditional services to indigenous people seeking ceremonial and cultural practices to support their healing.

First nations guided healing in New Brunswick

Rising Sun Treatment Centre

31 Riverview Rd W,
Eel Ground, NB
E1V 4G2
Phone: 1-833-444-4626


Inpatient Addiction (Detoxification Services)

The Inpatient Addiction Unit offers detoxification services at Horizon’s facilities. It provides a safe, therapeutic environment for detoxification treatment of substances/alcohol and/or gambling use/dependence and for occurring/reoccurring setbacks. Therapy sessions take place in the day or evening.

Horizon locations offering this service:
Victoria Health Centre
65 Brunswick St., Fredericton, N.B., E3B 1G5 – Directions
Phone: 506-453-2132
Fax: 506-452-5533
Hours of operation: Admissions Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call for an appointment.

Miramichi Regional Hospital
500 Water St., Miramichi, N.B, E1V 3G5 – Directions
Phone: 506-623-6175
Fax: 506-623-3663
Hours of operation: Admissions daily. Call for an appointment.

125 Mapleton Rd., Moncton, N.B., E1C 8Y6 – Directions
Phone: 506-856-2333
Fax: 506-856-2796
Hours of operation: Admissions daily. Call for an appointment.

Ridgewood Treatment Centre
Building 1, 416 Bay St., Saint John, N.B., E2M 7L4 – Directions
Phone: 506-674-4333
Fax: 506-649-2516
Hours of operation: Admissions daily. Call for an appointment.


AA Meetings 

Area 81 of Alcoholics Anonymous covers the geographic area of New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, on the east coast of Canada. It consists of 12 districts and approximately 196 in-person meetings a week in both the French and English languages.

Updated Meeting Information

If you have any new meetings, suspended or cancelled meetings, changes to meetings, whether online or in-person meeting, please send the information to

New Brunswick Shelters

There are homeless shelters in New Brunswick that will help those suffering from alcohol addiction to find a rehab centre in New Brunswick that is right for them. As prolonged addiction to alcohol occurs, homelessness is often synonymous with the disease. These establishments exist to try and help mitigate the stress of becoming homeless and to help those that need rehabilitation get into a rehab.


Fredericton Shelter
(Grace House for Women)

273 Brunswick Street
New Brunswick
(506) 450-3001

Mission Statement:
The Fredericton Homeless Shelters Inc. provides safe, stable and temporary refuge to individuals experiencing homelessness. We foster a caring and respectful environment that promotes dignity and self-determination.


Fredericton Shelter
(Men Only)

65 Brunswick Street
New Brunswick
(506) 450-1102

Vision Statement:
To provide an open, compassionate and dignified shelter for our Community.

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