Addiction & Recovery Resource Page
Keep checking back here as we will be interviewing as many of the organizations below as possible.
Our goal is to gain a better understanding of the services that their organization offers,
as well as the services they do not provide, so you can make an informed decision.
As everyone knows ADDICTION is a real issue across Canada and in our own backyard. We want to be a part of a solution. We field countless phone calls from Constituents who are looking for resources for themselves or members of their family. We have included organizations who provide services in aiding individuals on their path towards recovery and restoration.
NOTE: If you know of an organization not listed here, please let us know by contacting our office at [email protected] or call 604-466-2761
Disclaimer: The purpose of this page is not necessarily to endorse every organization, but rather to offer resources for our constituents to make informed choices.
Scroll down and read the summaries for each organization
(In Alphabetical order)
Allouette Addictions Services
Alouette Addictions Services offers:
- Several groups and one-on-one counselling.
- All group programs are drop-in and no registration is required.
- They offer outreach services, and referrals for other resources and Specialized programs for high-risk youth and their families.
- They have an Opioid Replacement Therapy Clinic with 2 Doctors for patients who need methadone and/or suboxone.
- They offer counselling for any person or family member affected by alcohol and/or drug misuse.
- They offer a youth outpatient/outreach series providing Counselling and referral to other services for youth between 12 – 25 years.
All services and FREE and confidential
Addiction Services Central Intake & Navigation
Fraser Health Substance Use Services Access Team (SUSAT)
North and east locations is available 8:30am – 6pm / 7 days a week
Ph: 1.866.624.6478 (Hotline)
This program enables family physicians and even the patient themselves to easily refer people for a variety of services/programs such as:
- Opioid agonist treatment
- Residential treatment
- Detox and group therapy
- Physicians can use online referral form and a standard letter of referral. This team is well suited to people who require added support to engage and remain engaged in services.
- You can get information about treatment and resources in BC by calling the 24-hour BC Alcohol and Drug Information and Referral Service.
- This service can connect you with counselling for an individual, family, or small group. It is for people of all ages who are directly or indirectly affected by alcohol and other drug use.
- Alcohol & Drug Information Referral Service (ADIRS) provides free, confidential information and referral services to British Columbians in need of support with any kind of substance use issue (alcohol or other drugs).
- Referral to community substance use treatment services is available for all ages. Information available from ADIRS includes prevention resources, support groups, and addiction related topics such as fetal alcohol syndrome.
Location: 21746 Lougheed Hwy, Maple Ridge, BC.
Held at Highway Church - Meeting Friday @ 7 PM
Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a biblically-based, recovery program that addresses:
Using a 12-step approach based on the Beatitudes from the book of Matthew.
CR leaders, understand your struggles, as they have experienced freedom from addictive and dysfunctional patterns in their own lives.
They have been trained to guide people through the 12 Steps/8 Principles, and to provide a safe environment for accountability and building authentic relationships.
Foundry Ridge Meadows
Access: All young people 12-24 can access Foundry services
Address: 2-22932 Lougheed Hwy, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 2W2
CENTRE OPENING HOURS
Free, multilingual telephone assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Ph: Toll-Free @ 1.800.663.1441
Ph: Lower mainland at 604.660.9383
Genesis Transitional Housing (Salvation Army)
Jaime Dembowski (Transitional Housing Supervisor)
Ph: 604.463.8296 - Extension 121
Address: 22188 Lougheed Highway, Maple Ridge, B.C. V2X 2S8
Abstinence based program, accepted residents may stay up to 3 years.
Residents will work with Life Skills Coordinator on S.M.A.R.T. goal system and they can put action to the goals they want to achieve.
There are stipulations for acceptance, the are expected to contribute to the program in various way through kitchen volunteering, taking part in the upcycle trailer or through various therapeutic duties.
Applicants must meet all the requirements listed below.
Applicants must be:
- 19 years of age or older and be homeless or at risk of homelessness; be in recovery from addiction and/or be suffering from a mental illness,
- Applicants must be referred from an external agency / professional or from the Emergency Shelter.
- An applicant must be sincere in their desire to actively participate in the program/s which are designed to assist the individual to move forward out of their present circumstances towards wellness and self-sufficiency.
- An applicant must demonstrate a basic level of emotional stability.
- An applicant suffering from mental health concerns must be medically stable and under the direct care and/or monitoring of a mental health professional.
- An applicant for the recovering from an addiction is expected to have considerable clean time (90 days minimum) or have successfully completed a treatment program; be involved in an external recovery support program and have an established relapse prevention/intervention strategy.
- An applicant must possess the basic physical and social capacity to live within a semi-independent coed community environment.
- An applicant must meet the requirements of our Zero Tolerance Policy for drugs or alcohol while residing at SARM.
- Eligibility of an applicant is dependent upon the availability of accommodations.
- Please note *applicants must be able to use stairs independently*
Hope for Freedom Society
Men & Women
Address: 25402 Hilland Ave, Maple Ridge, BC
Hope for Freedom offers a comprehensive and effective approach to healing from addiction.
They work the 12-step program for addiction recovery (AA) with life-skills development, relapse prevention, anger management and a community of faith.
Leaning heavily on our 25 years of experience and a dedicated core team of alumni, volunteers and staff, Hope for Freedom operates a proven recovery program.
They have center's for men and women. Its an open-ended program, and they work hard to have their clients successful at re-entry to workforce, education, reconciliation with family and loved ones and learning to clean up the financial devastation that addictions can cause.
They have 5 recovery homes locations in Maple Ridge, Mission & Port Coquitlam.
Innervisions Recovery Society
Men & Women
24/7 Toll Free Line
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm
Email Us: [email protected]
Innervisions has recovery houses for both men and women (in separate houses) throughout Maple Ridge and Port Coquitlam.
There program is 60 days, and it is a program of complete abstinence while working the 12 Step from the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.
First 30 days there is no phone calls or visits home or to family or friends, but you can write and received letters.
After the 30 days, up to that first weekend, you can visit you loved ones, but you must return that evening.
The following weekends you can spending the weekend away, but you are subject to urine analysis as well as a search of their property they come back with.
Although they don’t have a detox, they have a service called Job Club, and that is in a separate centre. That program is where they help you build a resume, learn interviewing skills and assist in job hunt. They also offer a Family Program where your loved ones can come and learn about the disease of addiction. They are given their own Big Book and encouraged to read it to better understand maybe the whys and how’s of addiction. There are Physicians on staff, and they bring in a Chiropractor once a week.
Men & Women
LifeRing Canada provides community-based mutual self-help support groups for Men & Women who self-identify with problematic substance use. Evidence and research support the idea that 100% abstinence is the most successful approach to recovery.
To support people in all stages of recovery emphasizing:
- Personal responsibility
- Individualized recovery plans
- Peer support
- A philosophy that is research informed.
In addition, LifeRing builds relationships with healthcare professionals, educators, and community partners.
At LifeRing we will meet you at whatever point you are in your life or recovery. Ultimately, LifeRing does not direct your personal recovery plan, nor does it enforce restrictions on its members.
Groups are run by Convenors, people also in recovery with more the 6 months of sobriety.
Maple Ridge Treatment Centre
- Maple Ridge Treatment Centre is a centre for men only.
- They must be a minimum of 5 days free of any mood and mind altering substances.
- Offers either a 28- or 49-day intensive residential treatment program for men experiencing problematic substance use. The timeframe is flexible and based on individual needs.
- The program is based on the bio-psycho-social-spiritual model and therefore is designed to address the physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual needs of each person who enters treatment.
Program delivery reflects an evidence-informed service with therapy groups, workshops and educational groups.
Though they are allowed to attend Alcoholic Anonymous 12 Step Meeting.
Wednesday at 6:30 P.M.
Location: CEED Centre Garden
Address: 11739 223 St, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 5X8
Appointments: Masks are mandatory and reservations must made by calling or texting
One Way Club Society
Men & Women
CLICK HERE for more information
Public Health Unit – Maple Ridge
Open: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location: 400-22470 Dewdney Trunk Road Maple Ridge, B.C. V2X 5Z6
SMART Recovery – Addiction recovery
SMART Recovery is 100% abstinence-based not for profit organization for people who struggle with problems due to alcohol and/or drug use.
The program helps people recover from all types of addiction and addictive behaviors, including:
- Drug abuse
- Drug addiction
- Substance abuse
- Alcohol abuse
- Gambling addiction
- Cocaine addiction
- Prescription drug abuse
- Sexual addiction
- Problem addiction to other substances and activities.
It is a 4-point program that officer tolls and techniques for each program point:
- Building & Maintaining Motivation
- Coping with urges
- Managing Thoughts, Feelings and Behaviors.
- Living a balanced life.
They offer in person meeting/therapy session as well as zoom.