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The Orchard Recovery Center provides a full complement of treatment options to meet your personal needs. Flexible lengths of stay begin with our 10 day introduction to treatment, detox and stabilization, followed by 28, 42* and 90 plus day programs to build a solid foundation for recovery.
Our outpatient office in West Vancouver, online packages, Family and Alumni services, provide ongoing support for a lasting recovery.
With our award-winning clinical team and evidence-based programs, primary care at the Orchard provides the foundation for personal success.
Upon intake our board-certified Addiction Medicine specialists design a personalized detox protocol in keeping with your history. The withdrawal process typically takes three to seven days and is monitored by our nurses, support team and doctors.
Entire families can be impacted by addiction, and the Orchard staff appreciates the important role family members play in the recovery process. Rebuilding trust, strengthening relationships and developing new communication skills are fostered through weekly education and group process support.
Transitioning from primary care to extended care offers clients opportunities to practice skills learned in the previous 42 days. It is a distinctive program designed to meet the specific needs of this stage of recovery.
The Orchard’s clients are provided an exceptional opportunity to reclaim their lives. The goal is for them to leave feeling emotionally strong, personally accountable and enthused about lifelong recovery.
We put the heart and science into addiction recovery.
Lorinda Strang, Orchard Recovery Center
Executive Director and Co-Founder
Personal Recovery Established 1989
Asking for help is probably the hardest and most important step on the road to recovery. Our clients and their families tell us they feel a sense of belonging—a sense of relief and hope—almost immediately after walking through our doors. A balance of healthy boundaries, respect and genuine care provide safety and trust between our clients and staff, creating the healing environment required for sustainable recovery.
The Orchard Recovery Center is licensed by the Vancouver Health Authority and accredited by CARF International, both of which demand a process of disciplined, continuous improvement and a framework for organizational excellence.
Our comprehensive approach uses the best of evidence-based treatment plans, psychiatric assessments as needed, a cutting-edge curriculum and a holistic approach that has the 12 Steps as a foundation.
Our unique program is time-tested and highly effective in meeting the specific needs of our clients. We set the gold standard in addiction recovery.
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We are proud to introduce the Orchard’s award-winning, diverse and dedicated team of professional leaders.
Finding the right drug and alcohol treatment program can be overwhelming. To simplify the process, our expert recovery and addiction specialists will provide reassurance at first contact, whether by e-mail, text or phone. Guidance, resources and answers to difficult questions will be answered compassionately, permitting the Orchard level of care to be “experienced” even before walking through our doors.
My experience at the Orchard was nothing short of marvelous in every way! The staff were, to a person, compassionate, understanding, intelligent role models. I made some good friends who, I’m confident, will stay in my life in one form or another. I learned a lot about myself, about living,
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I just wanted to wish the staff a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We are blessed to have found such a wonderful place for our son to recover. I want to thank the entire staff for having such an impact on our lives. From the bottom of our entire
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The Dodge Family
Vancouver Island, B.C.
I came to the Orchard on March 23, 2008. It was my last stop on the block. My addiction had robbed me of all hope and the one thing I wanted the most. Taking that long flight, drive, than ferry ride, the thought crossed my mind more than once “what
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