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THE INSPIRE CHANGE ADDICTION TREATMENT

Many people who are suffering from addictions feel ashamed or alone. Tragically, they delay seeking help because they believe the social influences that say the addiction is their fault, that they have made poor choices, and that they deserve the life that they are living.

If this describes you, we at Inspire Change Wellness Addiction Treatment Centre for Men want you to know that none of this is true. No matter what circumstances led to your addiction, you deserve a happy and productive life.

There are those who believe that people with addictions have to get worse before they can get better, and that they have to hit “rock bottom” before they can be helped. But “rock bottom” can mean terrible things. It can mean permanent brain damage, personal or financial ruin, the devastation of family life, and in some cases, death.

Don’t let that happen to you. Don’t wait until you’ve hit rock bottom. The best time to seek help for an addiction is right now. Whether your addiction is a new arrival in your life, or you have been struggling with it for years or even decades, we have the experience, training and compassion to guide you on a path to the better life that you deserve.

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Addiction treatment for men
Addiction treatment for men:

A men-only environment provides men with the ability to talk freely about their addictions and underlying issues – something that many find difficult in a co-ed setting.

Alcohol Treatment
Customized treatment plans:

Everyone’s path to addiction is unique. We provide treatment plans that are tailored for each individual’s set of needs, circumstances and challenges.

approach to recovery
A holistic approach to recovery:

We do not treat the addiction, we treat the whole person. Our programs are designed to heal you mentally, physically and spiritually.

Treatment for many addictions
Treatment for many addictions:

We help men with addictions to anything ranging from alcohol and marijuana to meth and club party drugs. We have the training and experience to help those with addictions to multiple substances.

A message for loved ones

We know all too well how heartbreaking it is to watch a loved one’s life fall apart as a result of substance abuse. You might feel as if your husband, son, brother, father or friend is not the man he used to be. Perhaps he used to talk to you about everything, and now he has become distant. Or maybe you have seen a gentle, caring person turn into someone capable of hurtful words and physical abuse. We understand that when someone is caught in the grip of addiction, it feels as if that person has been lost.

We want to assure you that you have not lost your loved one. You may feel like he turned into a stranger, but the man you know and love is still there. He is just trapped beneath layers of anguish, and he needs help to find his way out.

That is what we are here for. We will guide your loved one through the painful process of exploring and resolving the issues that lie beneath his addiction, and we will help him learn or re-learn the skills he needs in order to cope with the stresses of everyday life.

We will also help you, loved ones. People with addictions do not exist in isolation to everybody else. They have families and friends just like you. We will work with you and your loved one to repair your relationship and move forward in a positive way.

Our treatment programs for alcohol and drug addiction

Heroin Addiction

Known for the rush of euphoria that it produces, heroin is one of most harmful and addictive drugs on the street. It is dangerous on its own, suppressing respiration which leads to a high risk of death by accidental overdose. It is even more dangerous when taken in conjunction with alcohol or other drugs, and can lead to unpredictable results. Taking heroin by injection produces additional risks, such as blood poisoning, abscesses, cysts and the transmission of communicable diseases such as HIV.

Marijuana Addiction

In spite of its increasing popularity for medical reasons, marijuana can be harmful when used recreationally. It contains over four hundred chemicals, many of which are known carcinogens, and it can lead to similar respiratory ailments experienced by those who smoke cigarettes. Many people think marijuana is not harmful, but it can have far-reaching effects on relationships, work or school, and financial responsibility.

Methadone Addiction

Methadone is an opioid that is used to reduce withdrawal symptoms in people with heroin addictions. It can play and instrumental role in detox programs when used with strict medical supervision, but it can be extremely dangerous for some individuals. It carries a high risk of heart problems and suppressed respiration, and can produce fatal side effects when used with alcohol. Use of methadone during pregnancy can lead to life-threatening post-natal withdrawal symptoms for the baby.

Alcohol Addiction

Most people who use alcohol do so responsibly, but there are some who do not know their limits, and who drink not for enjoyment, but to seek or escape from a particular feeling. Excess alcohol can result in damage to the liver and pancreas, and it can affect cognitive functioning and memory. People react to alcohol in many different ways, ranging from an increase in energy to violence and a disregard for the safety of self and others.

Amphetamine Addiction

Amphetamines are effective treatments for certain conditions when used as prescribed by a doctor. Amphetamines are highly addictive because of the sense of confidence and energy that they produce. They are powerful stimulants that can increase the risk of cardiac arrest and high blood pressure. Amphetamine psychosis, in which the individual experiences paranoia and hallucinations, can be intense and frightening, not only for the addict but for onlookers.

Meth Addiction

Methamphetamines, sometimes called “meth” or “speed”, are a class of drugs that were originally developed to treat ADHD, obesity and other conditions. They have since been banned in many countries, including Canada, because of their dangerous side effects and addictive potential. Meth increases the risk of heart failure, stroke and seizure, and use during pregnancy carries a high risk of premature delivery or stillbirth.

Cocaine Addiciton

Cocaine is a drug that generates a powerful sense of wellbeing. People who use it regularly often feel that they cannot function effectively without it. They are unable to go to parties and other social gatherings without first using it, and they become anxious and irritable when they do not have access to the drug. Use of cocaine can lead to heart disease and respiratory ailments, and it can result in irrational, aggressive behaviour that is frightening to family and friends.

Prescription drugs Addiction

Prescription drugs that are used as instructed for legitimate medical reasons can make a life-changing positive difference to people’s lives. But they can be dangerous when used in high doses, or by people for whom they are not prescribed. The prescription drugs that people most commonly become addicted to include pain medication, sedatives used to treat anxiety and insomnia, and stimulants used to treat ADHD and some sleep disorders. The effects vary depending on the drug, and can be more dangerous when the drug is used in conjunction with other substances, such as alcohol.

Opioids Addiction

Opioids fall into two broad categories: illegal street drugs like heroin, and legally available prescription pain medication that is used for unintended purposes. Users are attracted to opioids because of their painkilling properties and the feelings of euphoria that are generated. The harmful effects of these drugs include a rapid drop in blood pressure, depression and mood swings, gastrointestinal problems, and irrational behaviour that can be detrimental to loved ones.

Club party drugs Addiction

Club party drugs are sometimes regarded as harmless, but they can be extremely dangerous. Most, like Ecstasy, have a powerful stimulant effect. They elevate the heart rate and body temperature, leading to a risk of cardiac arrest, stroke and collapse. Other club party drugs produce a sedative affect. The so-called “date rape drug” is reportedly slipped into drinks in order to prevent the drugged victims from resisting sexual assault. Club party drugs can alter the brain chemistry, leading to long-term declines in cognitive functioning.

The Inspire Wellness Addiction treatment plan

At Inspire Wellness centre for addiction and mental health , we recognize and embrace the uniqueness of our clients. Your addiction treatment program will be customized to meet your needs, with consideration for who you are as a person. We take into account many factors, such as your goals and dreams, the state of your physical and mental health, and your relationships.

We do not believe in treating the addiction – we treat the entire person. Addictions rarely exist in isolation. They usually result from some underlying cause, such as trauma, abuse, chronic pain or illness, mental illness and family or relationship problems. We believe that in order for you to overcome your addiction, these issues need to be explored and resolved.

The tools and methods that we use in our addiction treatment and rehab programs include the following:
  • Nutrition: replenishment of your body, which may have been neglected during the period of addiction
  • Physical activity: regaining strength and improving the functioning of your heart, lungs and other organs
  • Individual and group therapy: a safe environment in which you can delve into issues that are stumbling blocks in your life
  • Community activities: an opportunity to build teamwork skills and self-esteem while gaining the life skills to cope with the stresses of life in a positive, non-destructive way
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Our team of caring experts are waiting to hear from you. Getting help soon enough could be a matter of life or death. Don’t delay – take that first step today, and we will guide you on your path to a better life.

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Our guarantee for your recovery

We proudly stand behind our addiction rehab programs with a guarantee. If you complete your program of treatment and follow the aftercare instructions that are provided to you upon your discharge, we will provide free treatment in the event of a relapse.

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