Admission Process

We do not require a physicians referral.

Prior To Arrival

Prior to arrival at our addiction treatment centre, you or your loved one would have already been in touch with one of our specialists or intake coordinators to discuss any arrangements. If not, please call us 24/7 at 1-855-905-4437. They will assist with ensuring that all the essential paperwork has been completed, details collected, arranging travel if necessary and ensuring that all of your questions have been answered.

Upon Arrival

The participant can expect compassionate support and personalized care tailored to their journey to recovery. Please note, for the safety of all individuals, participants entering Her Recovery must not have used any substances for a minimum of 5 days before admission.

Participants will have their bags inspected for safety purposes upon arrival.


Addiction Treatment

In addition to our mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical approach and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, we offer our alumni lifetime aftercare to support the individuals and their families in making a positive and permanent change in their lives.

Participants in Alberta will be able to receive a psychiatric assessment and treatment available from addictions expert Dr. Avi Aulakh, MD, FRCOC, DABAM.

Our addiction rehab program duration is 4, 8, or 12 weeks in length, with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) being focused on more intensely after the fourth week. Participants will receive one-on-one counseling, group counseling, family skills support, and fellowship meetings (both in-house and in the community).

After their successful completion, each participant will receive a Program Certificate, access to our Lifetime Aftercare Program, and receive membership in the HerRecovery Alumni Group.

Four-Week Residential Program

Eight-Week Residential Program

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (after week 4)


Participants can enjoy family visiting days at our centers. Family members are welcome to come and visit their loved ones on Sunday afternoons from noon to 4 pm. Visitation occurs in common areas, and family members will not be allowed in participant’s rooms.