At-Home Drug Addiction Treatment

Residential Treatment

Freedom From Addiction residential treatment allows for patients to begin their journey to recovery in a relaxed, comfortable, friendly and safe residential family feel environment. Patients focus on their recovery, safely removed from the interference of every-day distractions.

The physical, spiritual and emotional recovery of every individual is readily apparent to friends and family thanks to residential treatment. No out-patient program could hope to match the speed and depth of our client’s recovery when it is practiced 24/7. Freedom’s residential program offers individuals with several choices from semi-private to private accommodations.

All rooms have wash-up facilities and flat-screen TV access. Each day dawns at Freedom with the assurance each client will be furnished with the greatest opportunity to successfully recover from his or her addiction. Daily programming includes a series of therapies, activities and exercises tailored to the specific needs of our individual clients. As the day concludes and normal programming winds-down, clients are sat-down to an exquisitely prepared dinner, where they may catch up with their peers and plan the nights activities.


Freedom’s Assessment Team includes highly experienced and trained professionals in the field of chemical dependency and behavioural disorders. Many of our counselors can offer their own experience on recovery as they too are in recovery themselves, having suffered the ravages of addiction and/or behavioural disorder.

The Assessment Team includes medical doctors, nurses, addiction counselors and social workers. We configure the team to meet the exact needs of our individual clients. We offer the Program throughout the week and on weekends.

The assessment and evaluation includes:

  • Pre-admission screening
  • Accommodation and full board catering
  • Physical assessment, including lab and blood work
  • Bio-psychosocial history and assessment
  • One-on-One sessions
  • Behavioural and Chemical compulsive tendencies assessment
  • Summary and conclusions and a direction forward
  • ADAT Assessment