COVID-19 Concerns About Treatment at CHRC
Effective immediately, CHRC will be providing the following safeguards for the time being to ensure the safety of our clients and staff:
- Tours of our facility will be suspended.
- Client visitation on weekends will be suspended.
- Client offsite visits will be suspended.
- Saturday Family Workshops will be suspended with the opportunity for loved ones to book phone/skype sessions.
- Alumni Sunday morning visits will be suspended. (Alumni are always welcome to call in for support)
- Services like massage therapy and haircuts will be suspended.
- Enhanced COVID-19 screening criteria including, body temperature, will be implemented in our client admission process that limits the access that loved ones will have to the CHRC campus.
- Alternative weekly recreation activity options will be provided for clients that allow for social distancing.
- Yoga and spirituality sessions will be facilitated by skype.
- Implementing a robust pandemic protocol to ensure that
staff and clients work in a safe environment.
Addiction Treatment Centre
What sets us apart
Our program challenges all the old assumptions about alcoholism and drug addiction.
At the CHRC alcohol and drug addiction treatment centre, our approach to recovery is vastly different from traditional recovery models. We address the underlying neurological and biochemical imbalances that counselling alone cannot heal. The biochemistry that drives addictive behaviour and the physiological damage caused by substance abuse must be treated for lasting recovery to occur.
CHRC is a drug addiction treatment centre unlike any other in Ontario, Canada. Our team of skilled clinicians and specialists deal expressly with the complexities of restoring the mind, body and spirit with a program that promotes recovery on several pivotal levels: biochemical, neurological, psychological, emotional, physical, nutritional and spiritual.
We treat drug and alcohol dependency and behavioural addictions, including concurrent mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, without prescribing psychotropic drugs.
We will help you throw away the guilt and anxiety, and we will address the fear, misconceptions and limiting beliefs that surround chemical dependency and prevent true and lasting recovery.
Our program works where others don’t. We have clients that tried other drug addiction treatment centre programs and then found the help they needed at CHRC. Click here to read their testimonials.
We will help you build new truths, new relationships and a new outlook on life.
The evolution of drug addiction treatment centres is here
Premier private rehab for men
- Gender-specific addiction treatment for men, providing the highest standard of care in a beautiful setting
- Orthomolecular treatment and biochemical re-balancing
- Evidence-based and integrative therapies
- Personalized treatment and one-on-one counselling
- Not 12-step
- Family support and exceptional aftercare
Change Is Possible
Even the most habitual behaviour can be changed with the right addiction treatment centre. Through advancements in science and brain imaging, we know that the brain can be re-wired and new neural pathways can be developed. With the right treatment, the chains of addiction can be broken.
The Canadian Health Recovery Centre is a private addiction treatment centre set on 14 wooded acres, designed exclusively to care for men with substance abuse and dependence problems.
We treat the underlying causes of addiction. We are not a 12-step program.
Utilizing the latest in scientific research, proven effective treatment modalities and innovative, holistic therapeutic methods, our integrative team of addiction specialists work together to help transform the lives of our clients through a structured program of individual counselling, group therapy, substance abuse education, family support and extended aftercare.
No one chooses addiction – but you can choose to recover.
We provide the tools needed to live your best life.
Reaching out and asking for help is the first step toward lifelong sobriety. With the proper treatment, in the right environment, change is possible and lives can be transformed.
Why Orthomolecular Treatment?
The missing link between addiction and recovery.
When the biochemical conditions of substance abuse are treated in conjunction with counseling, success rates are measurably greater than with traditional talk therapy treatment programs. We know that certain biochemical imbalances exist that can make a person more prone to the cycle of addiction and that the biochemistry of a person a chemical addiction is different than the biochemistry of someone who is not dependant on drugs or alcohol.
Because some people are predisposed to addictive behaviour on a biochemical level, abstinence and talk therapy alone are often imperfect interventions for long-term recovery.
At CHRC, an Ontario alcohol, addiction, and drug rehab centre, we address the biochemical deficiencies and imbalances that can make an individual prone to addiction and relapse. With orthomolecular nutrition, we nourish and rebalance the body in order to support its capacity to heal itself, which provides the foundation for physical and emotional healing, normalized neurotransmitter function – and paves the way for talk therapy to be more effective.
Listen To The Experts
Learn more about what the experts have to say about the link between gut health and mental health in the Catalyst video series.
Dr. Gabor Maté is a respected authority on addiction and his research is helping to change the way we view addiction and treatment.
Our holistic treatment model is based on the latest scientific research, strategically focused on the whole person, not just the addiction.
We address addiction as both behavioural and biochemical in nature.
The Making of Recovery was filmed at the Canadian Health Recovery Centre. Since its release in March 2017, the 26-minute piece has accumulated 21 film nominations.
It has taken home numerous awards including the South Georgian Bay Film Festival’s top prize of Master Overall Award and the Award of Merit: Documentary Short in the Best Shorts Competition in Los Angeles.
The documentary was created and filmed by Matthew Gillespie, who checked-in to CHRC - Addiction Treatment Centre in 2016 to treat his anxiety and depression. During his time there, he was inspired to tell the stories of those recovering, in hopes of encouraging others to seek help.