Alcohol addiction affects every aspect of a person’s life. Our alcohol rehab program serves Ontario and addresses the complex needs of the entire person and provides the tools you need for lasting healing and recovery. 

The Effects of Alcohol Use

The amount of alcohol you may drink can range from occasional at-home or social drinking to daily, excessive alcohol use that affects all aspects of your life. Drinking too much can harm your work, social, and family life, but also have severe consequences on your mental and physical health.

The effects of alcohol vary depending on how much and how often alcohol is consumed, and the physical condition of the individual drinking the alcohol. 

Effects include, but are not limited to:

Short-term EffectsLong-term Effects
Decreased coordination
Slurred speech
Impaired judgment
Distorted vision and hearing
Alcohol poisoning
Liver disease
Cardiovascular diseases
Brain damage
Unintentional injuries and accidents

Signs of alcohol addiction and problem drinking

Do you struggle with:

  • Finding reasons or making excuses for drinking, including to relax, deal with stress or feel “normal”?
  • Choosing drinking alcohol over other responsibilities and obligations such as work, family and friends?
  • Physical dependence and increased tolerance to alcohol – when you need more and more alcohol to feel the desired effect?
  • Withdrawal symptoms when you don’t drink – sleeplessness, tremors, nausea and seizures within a few hours of your last drink?

If you are experiencing any of the signs of problem drinking or alcohol addiction, call us for help. Your road to recovery starts here.

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health says “the most alcohol-related illnesses, social problems, accidents and deaths are caused by problem drinking”.

Problem drinking means alcohol use is causing problems in your life, and you need help. 

We’ve helped over 50,000 people recover from substance addictions and can help you too. 

Do you think you have a problem?

Get the help you need right now. Talk to a member of our team today for a free and confidential consultation.

Alcohol Rehab Ontario – Our Treatment Approach

Our comprehensive, person-centred Ontario addiction treatment program takes place in safe, serene and caring environments in beautifully restored heritage homes. As a not for profit organization, we offer publicly funded treatment for residents of Ontario. We also offer affordably priced fee for service programs.. We also offer affordable competitive pricing for our leading free-for-service programs.

Our abstinence-based model integrates 12-step facilitation with other best practices in clinical and medical approaches, which are proven to make a difference in long-term sobriety. 

Our intensive inpatient alcohol abuse treatment program (28-35 day stays) provides around-the-clock counselling and support from our team of registered psychotherapists and certified drug and alcohol addiction specialists, all of whom have lived experience of addiction and long-term recovery. 

At Renascent we treat the whole person because alcohol addiction affects you on every level. Your care will be based on an alcohol rehab program tailored to meet your unique needs. 

With abstinence-based treatment, even those with the most serious of addictions can find renewed health and healing, and a truly transformative experience. 

Why Renascent’s Addiction Rehab Centres?

Our substance addiction treatment programs address all your individual needs, supporting you through the detox process and giving you new skills and tools you need for lasting healing and long-term recovery.

  • We are a national leader in treating substance use disorders.
  • Over 50 years, we’ve helped over 50,000 people.
  • We are a not-for-profit treatment centre – our generous donors help offset your costs for high-quality, leading treatment programs that work.
  • We are fully accredited and use evidence-based clinical best practices.
  • Our treatment centres are serene, comfortable, restorative settings.
  • Our holistic approach addresses the families, children, loved ones, workplaces, and communities who are also affected by addiction.
  • Our staff are professionally certified or licensed and have lived experiences of addiction and long-term recovery.