British Columbia is one of the most scenic places in North America. Whether it’s the Sunshine Coast, Bowen Island or White Rock, there are many luxury rehab centers available in BC spanning mountains, oceans, lakes and beaches. Treatment activities are just as diverse, too, including art therapy, water activities and reiki.
Home to Whistler Blackcomb, one of the biggest ski resorts in the world, British Columbia is the perfect place to escape negative routines and experience the refreshing air of outdoor recovery. And with Vancouver—one of the most vibrant coastal cities on the planet—a touch of city living is never too far away.
What qualifies as a “luxury” rehab?
At LuxuryRehabs.com, we define a “luxury” rehab as a program with luxurious amenities and accommodations, qualified staff, a well-rounded clinical program, and utmost respect and confidentiality. You can read more about our criteria here.
What questions should I ask when I call a rehab?
There are a variety of factors to consider when picking a rehab. To get a well rounded picture of their program, here are some things to ask about:
- Treatment approach (12-Step, holistic, faith-based, etc.)
- Family involvement (family or couples therapy, or family programming)
- Amenities (accommodations, activities, food, etc.)
- Cost (monthly fees, insurance coverage, etc.)
What happens in group therapy at rehab?
Group therapy often has a licensed counselor giving instruction to a group of individuals to participate in some form of therapy or treatment. This can look like group members sharing their stories and why they are there, a discussion of their challenges, and identification of goals and ways to achieve them.
What happens at AA and NA meetings?
There are a variety of types of AA and NA meetings like Speaker, Big Book, Discussion and Step. Each has its own unique benefits that incorporate the 12-Step philosophies. Many rehabs that include 12-Step facilitation into their programming offer on-site or off-site AA and NA meetings.
How long does addiction treatment normally last?
If you choose inpatient addiction treatment, the normal amount of time spent in treatment is 30 to 90 days. Outpatient care can last even longer. You can also choose to participate in support groups and sober living for lifetime support.
What kind of clinical staff oversees detox at rehab?
The clinical staff typically involved in detox include a doctor, registered nurses, counselors and support staff. It’s especially important to have supervision by trained medical staff when detoxing from substances that result in high physical dependence, like alcohol and benzodiazepines.