Surrey Addiction Rehab Services

Need help with Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment in Surrey, British Columbia?

For over three decades clients have been coming from across North America to attend treatment at Last Door. Last Door Recovery Society provides in-patient treatment for youth and adult males, from 14 years of age and older. The facilities are located in New Westminster BC. Please call us for a telephone screening, rapid intakes are available within 24 hours for those who qualify for private detox and treatment.

Last Door offers some of the lowest treatment fees in the industry, $300 per day, Last Door is a longer term facility, most clients stay an average of 4 to 5 months, 90 day programs are available for those who are benefiting from a Workplace Wellness program and are being sent to treatment by their employer.

Treatment services for addiction to drugs, alcohol, video gaming, nicotine.

Social Model Program, clients are part of a vibrant recovery community, they learn how to live recovery while in treatment, so they can use their learned skills back in their home community.

Family Program included in treatment, includes 4 day Family Program Retreat, Family Suites, Parents Group at no additional costs.

If you are not looking for residential treatment, or are not able to travel to BC for treatment, here are some suggestions for you to begin you recovery journey.

Creekside Withdrawal Management Centre

Detox services include 24-hour detoxification and withdrawal management services including supervised withdrawal from alcohol and other chemical dependencies. Also includes 30-day stabilization services for youth based on their needs, providing them with a safe place to get settled and plan next steps, once their withdrawal symptoms are under control.
Creekside Withdrawal Management Centre
13740 94 A Avenue
Surrey, BC V3V 1N1
Phone: 1.604.587.3755 ext.1 (Adults)
Phone: 1.604.587.3755 ext.2 (Youth)

CYMH – Adolescent Day Treatment Program (ADTP)

The Adolescent Day Treatment Program provides services to youth who are experiencing severe psychiatric difficulties such as schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, major affective disorders, anxiety disorders, or other severe mental health issues, and are also struggling with academic and social/family functioning.
CYMH – Adolescent Day Treatment Program (ADTP)
9634 King George BLVD.
Surrey, BC V3T 0G7
Phone: 1.604.585.5660

Native Courtworker and Counselling Assn. of BC

Our mission statement is “A Helping Hand To Justice”.

One of our goals in fulfilling that mission is to address inequality in accessing health services for all aboriginal people living in British Columbia. We work together with other agencies to address the specific health needs of aboriginal people. We are one of the only organizations that view health through a justice lens.

Native Courtworker and Counselling Assn. of BC
#207 – 1999 Marine Dr.
Vancouver, BC V7P 3J3
Phone: 1.604.985.5355
Toll-Free: 1.877.811.1190