Searidge Foundation’s Alcohol Rehab helping residents of Moncton
If you’re struggling with harmful alcohol use, it may feel like you’ve lost control of your life. At Searidge, we’re here to help you. Our recovery programs will assist you in creating an effective plan to quit drinking and manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings. We understand that it can be overwhelming to imagine a life without alcohol, but our team is committed to supporting you on your journey to recovery. With our help, you can achieve your goals and make daily decisions with confidence.
During your stay with us, you will receive assistance with detoxification and mental health issues that may be affecting your life. Our team will equip you with the tools and skills you need to maintain sobriety and lead a healthier, happier life. We want to make this process as straightforward as possible to help you succeed.
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We are located in an ideal spot to help you change your mindset. We are just a four-hour drive from Moncton, and we provide transportation from anywhere in New Brunswick. You can also take a ferry ride from Saint John to Digby, and we’ll pick you up from there.
There is an old saying that everyone IN Rehab is sober, of course, they are, it’s what happens when you walk out the door that makes the real difference in long-term sobriety. You will begin your aftercare program before you check out. You’ll build connections with other people during your stay, and these friendships will be waiting for you when you head back home. We have many meetings during the week, including Searidge Sponsored SMART Recovery meetings for you and your friends and family.i
Moncton, New Brunswick
Moncton is the most heavily populated city in the province of New Brunswick, and is growing. Universities, Colleges, Theaters, Sports, and, Musical Venues abound to educate & entertain Monctonians. One of Canada’s older cities Moncton’s citizenry is a fairly balanced combination of English, French, and, Mi’kmaq just to name a few. It is in fact, the only city in Canada to declare itself officially bilingual.
Moncton has earned the nickname “Hub City” because of its central inland location and also because of its longstanding position as a railway and land transportation hub for the Maritimes.
Her rich history of boatbuilding , fishing and farming has expanded to include an above average concentration of employment in trade, health care and tourism-related industries.
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 https://www.smartrecoveryns.com to learn more or sign up to attend a meeting.
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.
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Alcohol Rehab Facilities & Addiction Services in Saint John, New Brunswick
Sophia Recovery Centre
83 Hazen Street
Saint John, New Brunswick
Phone: (506) 633-8783
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A Woman’s Way Through The Twelve Steps
Study Twelve Step Recovery from the feminine perspective, and explore and discuss the issues that reflect the areas of change in women’s lives from addiction to recovery. Registration required.
Increase awareness of and confidence in your spiritual nature, learn a variety of practices that help heal and strengthen your spiritual life. Registration required.
One-on-one and group coaching in twelve step recovery, mindfulness techniques and relapse prevention tools by a peer in long term recovery. Available by appointment.
12 Step Groups
Al-Anon and Women’s Only Alcoholics Anonymous meetings available at Sophia Recovery Centre. See our Events Calendar for schedules.
Our volunteer peer mentor program ensures that at Sophia Recovery Centre, women are met by peers in recovery, without judgement. Our volunteers share their experience, strength, and hope with women accessing our services.
Qualified Alcohol Addiction Treatment Therapists & Clinical Social Workers in Saint John, New Brunswick
Lori McIsaac Bewsher
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
Rising Tides Counselling
3636 Westfield Road – Suite B
Saint John, New Brunswick
Phone: (506) 503-5767
License No. and State: 2346 New Brunswick
“Are you feeling overwhelmed by daily life? Consumed with thoughts of worry, sadness or confusion? Is your mood having a negative impact on your personal relationships or ability to focus at work? Although it’s normal to experience a variety of emotions, if you feel stuck in your thinking, it may be time to seek some support. In counselling, you will learn to recognize how your thoughts can impact both your mood and behaviour. You will learn new strategies to help you cope with these emotions and feel more confident in your ability to take control of your life.
My background includes working with people who have been impacted by anxiety, depression, chronic pain, disability, grief and loss, anger management, parenting and behavioural problems. I offer flexible daytime and evening appointments. An initial consultation can be offered by telephone or video chat to discuss your needs and what I can offer to you.
I am located in West Saint John near the community of Grand Bay-Westfield. I offer both in person and video counselling.”
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
199 Chesley Drive Suite 207
Saint John, New Brunswick
Phone: (506) 802-9289
Years in Practice: 10 Years
Dalhousie University Year of ‘07
License No. and State: 2525 New Brunswick
“My practice provides professional counselling services to individuals (ages 16+), couples, and families as needed. I specialize in areas of addiction, mental health, domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as managing stress and working through issues in relationships with others. Through the counselling process, I seek to help clients improve their coping skills, strengthen self-esteem, and promote behaviour change through support, psychoeducation, and psychotherapy.
I provide supportive, therapeutic interventions using a broad variety of clinical approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Narrative Therapy, and Person Centered Therapy.”