Westminster House plays a key role in the New West Recovery Community. Since 1981 women have been coming to Westminster …
Canada’s Addiction Recovery Community it’s hard not to be inspired here. Youth and Adult Addiction Treatment When you come to …
Last Door Recovery Centre is one of Canada’s premier accredited addiction treatment rehab centres for male youth and adults. For …
Are drugs or alcohol causing harm in you or your loved ones life? There are solutions, people can recover, New West Recovery provides a safe and healing environment to recover from addiction while promoting and facilitating a desire for recovery.
It’s hard not to be inspired here.
Last Door Recovery Society and Westminster House provide Youth and Adult Addiction Treatment services.
When you come to treatment in New Westminster, you get access to Canada’s premier recovery community.
Clients learn how to live in recovery in a real life setting.
Last Door Recovery Centre and Westminster House “New West Recovery” a recovery community to help people recover from addiction and build their recovery capital.
Canadians come from across the country to access addiction recovery services in New Westminster BC, making New West, the recovery capital of Canada. Addiction treatment is unique and diverse, accommodating all ages, return to work solutions, and family addiction recovery programs.
For over three decades the city of New Westminster has grown into become Canada’s largest and most successful inclusive addiction recovery communities, with thousands of residents living in recovery.
New Westminster also plays host to the annual Recovery Week BC in September, featuring the Recovery Capital Conference of Canada, and Recovery Day, with a delegation from Portugal and Switzerland attending the conference and over 20,000 people are expected at this year’s Recovery Day.
Thank you for taking the time to review our Map to Wellness, if you need immediate healthcare assistance, please call your local health authority and ask for your local addiction recovery services, visit your nearest hospital or dial 911 in the event of an emergency.