Here you can find rehabilitation centres. This may be best for you if you are looking for clinically supervised detox and recovery programs.

Creekside Withdrawal Management Centre

The Creekside Withdrawal Management Centre is located in Surrey, B.C. and is a part of Fraser Health.

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In order to be eligible for the detox program, you must be over age 19 and require a medically supervised detox. You are able to refer yourself by calling 1-888-587-3755 or be referred by your family doctor, a community agency, social worker, or a health care provider. For referrals made by a source other than yourself, your consent is necessary. They do require your Care Card or B.C. Services Card, family doctor’s name, and current medication list. Assistance is available if you do not have this information readily available.

They also offer opioid treatment services. This department is open from Monday-Friday and can be accessed by anyone who has concerns related to opioid use. Resources include information on opioid treatment, preventing, recognizing, and responding to an overdose, and also information on how to manage chronic pain.

13740 94A Avenue

Surrey B.C.

V3V 1N1

Phone: 604-587-3755


Path To Freedom

The Path To Freedom Drug and Alcohol Recovery Centre is located in Surrey, B.C. and is licensed under the Community Care Act by Fraser Health

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They offer a 90 day treatment program, with an option for extended care. A referral form is available on the website. They offer education around relapse prevention, anger management, and general life skills training. They have an extensive, wholesome approach to recovery which is reflected in their education topics such as meditation, relationship skills, emotion regulation, and exploring spirituality. 

They offer many support programs including, but not limited to, group therapy, individual therapy, after-care, and couples and family counselling. A complete list is offered on their website. 

19030 56 Ave

Surrey, B.C. 

V3S 4N7

Phone: 604-576-6466


Punjabi Friendliness: There are available staff who speak Punjabi. The whole program is available in Punjabi as well. 

How to contact: There is a referral form on the website that you can fill out. You can also be referred by your doctor, the hospital, or you can self-refer. They also accept intake over the phone.  


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