Beyond being just an alcohol rehab and treatment facility, we have created a sanctuary of healing that benefits both our residents and those who care about them affected by alcohol use disorder.
Our unwavering commitment at Searidge is to support and inspire you on your journey to the successful destination you envision.
We are a not-for-profit Foundation. Thus what we do charge is our actual cost and goes substantially towards a patient’s treatment. We offer 30-, 60-, and 90-day programs. There is NO ADDITIONAL 15%HST or GST on the cost as it is a tax-exempt medical service.
Moreover, it is an INCOME TAX DEDUCTIBLE MEDICAL EXPENSE which can be claimed as a deduction by the patient or by a caregiver or caregivers. Every client is provided with a medical certificate to assist in claiming a medical tax deduction for treatment, and we can help clients apply for a Federal government disability tax credit.
These tax deductions can also be claimed by the caregiver paying for treatment if the individual getting treatment cannot utilize them. We work with many insurance providers, and can assist you to get third party financing for treatment. We are also able to offer extended payment plans to clients who have a good credit record or a guarantor with good credit.
Please contact us to discuss payment options. We will gladly try to work out a payment plan to fit your circumstances.
Our policy towards the use of cellular phones, and computers is quite liberal for a rehab as many treatment centers do not allow them. We recognize that many people are extremely connected electronically, and it is an important part of their daily lives.
Accordingly, our policy is to only limit access to computers or cell phones for the first week. After one week, patients are able to use their cellular phones and computers in the evenings for 3 hours between 7:00pm and 10:00pm.
To accommodate this we have high speed internet and WiFi in each room. This said, working on one’s recovery requires focus, time and energy in making lasting and substantial changes in one’s thinking and approach to life. This is not easy to do and requires courage, effort and commitment; and to achieve this, it often helps to limit outside influences to some degree.
Many people consider alcoholism to be an addiction, while others consider it a disease. The truth is that alcoholism can in fact refer to many different problems related to drinking, and if you or someone you know has a problem with drinking, it is important to educate yourself with the facts of alcoholism.
Alcoholism can affect a person’s health, work life, social life, and family life. It is a major problem that hundreds of thousands of Americans face every day.