We have been in the field since 2001, and know addiction. In Canada there exist inexpensive treatment centers ready to serve Kelowna residents. We refer people to great centers across the country. Also, if your budget permits, we know more expensive facilities. The choice is up to you.
We are not a rehab center but offer help to find affordable drug rehab centers in the private sector. If you’ve been searching for a Kelowna drug rehab, and want private, we can help. We understand that waiting for a bed to free up is not always an option.
It is notable to say that we also consult with families when they want to do something. Substance use disorder can be a complex issue and many don’t know where to start. We have more than 20 years of experience dealing with it and we can guide you.
When you call, we do an initial assessment, asking questions about the person you want to help. This information determines the treatment program that best suits this person.
After the assessment, the drug and alcohol specialist suggests the best-fitted center. We will then put you in contact with the treatment facility. Keep in mind that the facility may not be in Kelowna but somewhere else in BC. The right center might be in a neighboring city or a different province.
There are some things that families or the addicted should consider when searching for treatment centers in Kelowna or elsewhere. Consider the following:
In Kelowna or elsewhere, taking the necessary steps to ensure a quality program makes recovery more attainable. We offer our service across Canada.
The cost of private drug rehab varies and mostly depends on the time an individual spends in treatment.
Long-term residential centers are more costly. Yet it is the best option to consider in most cases. Inpatient treatment costs can vary between $12,500 and $30,000. Some centers accept insurance coverage.
As you may know, BC Health covers public access resources for addiction. To find a funded service, you can consult this BC page. Sometimes a referral note from a physician or an addiction counsellor can shorten the wait. So please try that approach.
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