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The Another Road Addiction Recovery Centre grew from those predictable conversations with friends and colleagues where grievances about work lead to dreams about "what could be". Friendly conversations about characteristic bad attitudes and embedded stigma, revealed possibilities and best practices. We imagined a residential Toronto rehab clinic run entirely by people who upheld the highest standards of integrity, never required to sacrifice ethics and honesty for appearances and profit.
Seeing our dreams grow to fruition is more satisfying than we could imagine! We are now able to offer an alternative, integrated drug abuse treatment program that is client centered and family focused. We are a 10 bed residential facility. Another road addiction services will not offer false promises instead we will offer a variety of treatment options and strategies as well as family counselling and aftercare in an effort to guide and facilitate a healthy, lifelong recovery. At Another Road we understand that each individual presents unique challenges and requires a unique approach.
Welcome to Another Road Addiction Recovery Centre, a GTA rehabilitation centre that helps clients with addictions and substance abuse problems. Unlike many Toronto drug and alcohol recovery clinics, Another Road is a small residential rehab facility with fewer clients and provides one of the best value addiction treatment services in Ontario. There are many advantages to seeking addiction treatment at a smaller residential rehab clinic. Our small and intimate size allows us to give each client our complete attention, from the minute they first arrive, to the time they return home. Another Road offers a 30% client to staff ratio, so there will always be someone there when you need them most, to listen and provide encouragement. Our addiction treatment centre takes a flexible and custom approach to each client's rehabilitation program and personalizes alcohol and drug recovery treatments to suit each individual's unique personality and addictions.
No two people are the same and neither are their addictions. We also know that addiction not only affects the individual struggling with drug or alcohol dependency, but also adversely affects relationships with family and friends as well. At our Ontario rehab facility, we understand all too well that addiction is a family disease. If you believe that you or a loved one may have a problem with alcohol or a drug dependency, we can provide the tools to help overcome the addiction and rebuild relationships. Another Road Recovery Centre offers confidential and affordable help in a comfortable home-like sanctuary, where clients with addictions can heal and make a new start. As a private residential drug rehab and alcohol rehab treatment facility, we provide the care, insight, guidance, and support necessary to conquer addiction and develop strategies for living life free of addiction. Please give us call.
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The CAGE questionnaire is a quick way to gauge whether or not your cravings are out of control.
Answer yes to two of the following questions, and you may want to seek out further information from Another Road Addiction Recovery Centre.
- Have you ever felt you need to Cut down on your drug use/drinking?
- Have people Annoyed you by criticizing your drug use/drinking?
- Have you ever felt Guilty about drug use/drinking?
- Have you ever felt you needed a drug/drink in the morning (Eye-opener) to steady your nerves or get rid of a hangover?
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What is an Addiction?
An addiction is an overwhelming persistent need and compulsive dependence on a habit-forming substance or behavior. It is the state of being enslaved to a practice or routine, or to something that is physically and/or psychologically habit-forming to an extent that, if it stops, severe trauma will ensue. Along with substance addictions, such as drug abuse, alcoholism, and smoking, there are process addictions such as gambling, shopping, and sex addictions. A person can have multiple addictions. They can have a substance dependence and a process addiction, or an addiction to multiples substances. Poly drug use is the use of two more narcotics or addictive drugs.
Poly drug addiction is more common than one would think. In most cases, one drug is a primary or base drug; others are added to achieve a different effect. Individuals with a multiple drug addiction add other drugs to their primary drug use to make the experience more enjoyable. They combine two or more psychoactive drugs to achieve a particular effect; to augment the high, or to compensate for, or alleviate any unpleasant side effects caused by the primary drug. Secondary drugs are also sometime used as a substitute when the drug is unavailable.
Some individuals, in addition to their dependence on drugs and/or alcohol, also have a process addiction; an addicted to a behaviour or activity. Addiction is defined as the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming to the extent that its cessation causes severe trauma. Every person's addiction is different, and so are the reasons why they became addicted or develop an unhealthy dependence in the first place. Naturally, the road to recovery will be the same for everyone. For this reason, Another Road Addiction Recovery Centre develops personalized programs for every client because every person is unique and so are their addictions.
When someone has an addiction, they have a disease that can hurt the entire family. Often family, and close friends as well, are deeply affected when someone they love is struggling with addiction. Drug and alcohol abuse puts a great deal of stress on spouses, parents, siblings, grandparents and close friends. When a family member takes drugs or is an alcoholic, they can't be counted on to do what they say they will. They may claim that they have their addiction under control or that they will stop using drugs and/or alcohol, but too often their good intentions fail. Sometimes those with addictions lie or steal to buy drugs. While intoxicated, they might do things that they would never normally do when sober. Their behaviour can alienate those around them. Their conduct while under the influence of drugs or alcohol can cause them to lose their job or even result in serious legal problems.
"It took me a long time to admit that I couldn't do it on my own."
"I thought I had everything under control"
"I didn't think that anyone else knew what I was doing."
"I didn't think that anyone really cared. I just felt judged and misunderstood."
"I didn't think that I had a problem."
"It all started very innocently."
"Everyone else is doing the same thing as me."
"I'm only hurting myself."
"I had no idea how much my behaviour was affecting my family."
"I'm not an addict. I can quit anytime I want. I don't have a problem."
"I thought I was having fun until it wasn't fun anymore!"
"I plan to quit when it starts to affect my health."