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Drug treatment is a process with different parts in order to bring a person to a drug and alcohol free life.

Drug Rehab Centers Services will help you find help for drug addiction, rehabilitation and also for detox in the province of Alberta . This website will bring you to have a better understanding of the reasons for addiction. Also the different type of Alberta drug treatment that are provided and available to you. The major drug problem in Alberta is crack cocaine in the southern part and methamphetamine for northern Alberta.

Drug Rehab Center Service's philosophy is to refer you to the best possible Drug Rehab. Also, we want the person to achieve a drug free life without substitute. Drug Rehab Centers Services will refer you to Drug Rehab Centers that don't use drugs in any shape or form.

Our service philosophy is to provide honest, caring and knowledgeable advice,
support and referrals appropriate to your unique circumstance.
Our mission is to achieve a drug-free world.
Our goal is to help addicts and families find a treatment. 

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Drug treatment outpatient Alberta

Outpatient drug rehabs in Alberta are facilities that you attend and you don't live in the facility as a residential program would. The techniques used in an outpatient treatment are counseling, twelve steps, meetings, bio-physical treatment etc.

Outpatient drug rehabs have different types of services that they are offering. Low-intensity outpatient drug treatment may offer a little bit more than drug education and counsel. Other outpatient drug rehabs, such as intensive day treatment, can be in comparison to residential programs in services depending on the individual's characteristics and needs.


Drug treatment residential Alberta

Drug treatment residential is a program that people will stay in the facility for the duration of the program. Residential facilities are adapted to harder case of addiction as it restrain the accessibility for drugs and alcohol.

The environment has always been a trigger for an person who is addicted to drugs and alcohol. Just the fact that someone is not in his environment is therapeutic by itself. Unfortunately, this is not enough.

When looking for a residential program, always make sure that it is long enough. Their staff ratio is good. The philosophy of the program is not that it cannot be cured.


Bio physical Treatment Alberta

Bio physical treatment is a non traditional program that uses a combination of first: Extensive detox, using sauna, exercise, vitamins, minerals and nutrients.

The second aspects is addressing the why of addiction and also giving the skills in life to the individuals in order to put the person on top of his life.

Also the bio physical treatment will bring the person to take resposibility of his addiction, not just being affected all his by his dependence.

The bio physical treatment has been known as one of the most successful treatments.


Twelve steps Alberta

Twelve steps is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.

Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.


Crack cocaine treatment Alberta

The chemical cocaine hydrochloride is known as crack. Some crack cocaine users chemically process cocaine in order to remove the hydrochloride. This process is called "freebase" and makes the drug more potent. "Crack" is in a solid form of freebased cocaine. It is called "crack" because it snaps and cracks when heated and smoked.

Habitual usage may lead to cocaine psychosis, causing paranoia, hallucinations, and a condition known as formication, in which insects or snakes are perceived to be crawling under the skin. The paranoia and depression can instigate violent and suicidal behavior. The side effects of adulterants increase cocaine's risks. Crack Cocaine is often cut with one or more of any number of other substances, such as the cheaper drugs procaine, lidocaine, and benzocaine, and substances that pose no serious risks, such as sugars (mannitol and sucrose), or starches. However, when quinine or amphetamines are added, the potential for serious side effects increases dramatically.

Alberta's drug addiction situation is as follow:

Edmonton and his surroundings has a huge problem with Methamphetamine.

Calgary's drug of choice is crack cocaine.


Methamphetamine treatment Alberta

Meth is a stimulant related to amphetamine but with more effects on the central nervous system. Street names for the drug are "speed," "meth," "crystal," and "crank." Methamphetamine is used in pill shape, or in powdered form by snorting or injecting. Crystallized methamphetamine known as "ice," "crystal," or "glass," is a smokable and more powerful form of the drug.

Severe amphetamine use induced depression and/or psychosis. Meth causes extensive damage to the body, and can cause death or permanent physical damage. Lately there was an increase in psychosis with meth users.

Meth can be produced virtually anywhere. Motel rooms, trailer parks, and suburban homes can all be turned into clandestine "meth" labs capable of producing substantial quantities of the drug.



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Alberta drug problems

48.7% of Albertans sampled reported the use of cannabis at least once
during their lifetime. This corresponds to an estimated 1.1 million
Albertans over the age of 15.
19.7% of Albertans sampled reported the use of an illicit drug other than
cannabis during their lifetime. This corresponds to an estimated 460,000
Albertans. The illicit drugs (other than cannabis) most likely to have been
used were cocaine/crack and hallucinogens, both used by 12.3% of
Albertans at least once during their lifetime. "Speed" (amphetamines) was
used at least once during their lives by 6.1% of the population; ecstasy by
5.1%; and heroin, steroids and solvents by less than 2%.
15.4% of Albertans sampled (corresponding to an estimated 360,000
Albertans) reported the use of cannabis at least once in the year preceding
the survey and 3.5% of Albertans sampled reported the past-year use of
an illicit drug other than cannabis (corresponding to an estimated 82,000
Albertans). Cocaine/crack was the drug other than cannabis most
commonly used in the preceding year. Less than 1%Q3 of Alberta
respondents reported the past-year use of hallucinogens, ecstasy, speed
or steroids, and no respondents reported the past-year use of heroin or
The likelihood of reporting the use of illicit drugs during the preceding
year was higher among those who were male or living common-law or
separated/divorced. The likelihood decreased with age. Those without a
complete post-secondary education were more likely to report the past-year
use of cannabis.
The proportion of Albertans over 15 years of age reporting the past-year
use of cannabis has increased from 6.5% in 1989 to 15.4% in 2004.
The reported use of cocaine/crack has also increased from 1.1% in 1989 to
2.4% in the current study.
6.1% of Albertans sampled reported using speed at some point during their
Most users of cannabis, hallucinogens and speed began use at between
15 and 19 years of age; users of cocaine and ecstasy tended to have begun
use in their twenties.
The majority (60%) of lifetime illicit drug users in Alberta had used only
cannabis during their lifetime; 38% of lifetime illicit drug users had used
both cannabis and at least one other illicit drug. Similarly, 78% of past-year
illicit drug users had used only cannabis in the preceding year, whereas
19% had used both cannabis and at least one other illicit drug.
3 Qualified release because of high sampling variability