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Drug Rehab Centre: Location

Nova Scotia is ideally situated for a drug rehab center. The combination of a welcoming and creative culture and the inspiring beauty of nature creates the perfect environment for a drug rehab resident in addiction recovery.

One of Canada’s four maritime provinces, Nova Scotia is situated on the east coast of the country. Much of the province lies along the seacoast that inspires a sense of hope and renewal for those in recovery.

PEOPLE AND HISTORY OF NOVA SCOTIA

The people of Nova Scotia are renowned for their friendly nature. Anyone coming to visit the province is bound to immediately feel at home. This is the perfect home to make for your months in residence: our Nova Scotian staff welcomes you to make yourself at home, relax, and enjoy the comfortable peace of Searidge Drug Rehab.

Nova Scotia is primarily a mix of people of Mi’kmaq, Scottish, French and African Nova Scotian descent. Each group has its own distinctive heritage, and the culture of each group can be seen across the province. On day trips from Searidge Drug Rehab we will explore these captivating and diverse cultures by visits to historical sites, museums and other cultural events.

NOVA SCOTIA DRUG REHAB RECREATIONAL THERAPY

The abundance of outdoors activities is the main reason why Nova Scotia draws so many tourists any time of the year. For this reason many of the activities we offer at Searidge Drug Rehab will involve being outside in the beautiful nature in Nova Scotia and Annapolis Valley. Surfing in the ocean, hiking along one of the inland trails or picking apples in the fall, there are countless ways to enjoy the outdoors during residential addiction recovery in this maritime province.

NATURE

The wildlife in Nova Scotia is very interesting and diverse: we will offer activities such as birding to provide the perfect combination of meditative calm and an exploration of our surrounding environment. Nova Scotia is home to a wide variety of birds such as loons, bald eagles, herons and piping plovers, all of which can be seen in Annapolis Valley.

FOOD

Nova Scotia is renowned for its fresh seafood: lobster, scallops and mussels caught the same day will appear on the menu at Searidge Drug Rehab. There is also an abundance of fruit such as blueberries in the summer and apples in the fall.

ART AND CULTURE

Nova Scotia has long been a hub for art. It has a long history of folk art, particularly such artists as Maud Lewis, and now draws many national and international art students to the capital of Nova Scotia, Halifax. Nova Scotia is also a hub for filmmaking: movies such as the Titanic were filmed primarily in Halifax. Ellen Page is currently one of the most well known celebrities who have made Halifax their home. As a reflection of its traditional music past, Nova Scotia is now host to a thriving independent music scene.

DRUG REHAB CENTER IN ANNAPOLIS VALLEY

Annapolis Valley is a picturesque mix of natural beauty and historic monuments. As a result of glaciers that passed thousands of years ago, the area around Annapolis Valley features a number of rolling hills and valleys. It is the ideal location for hiking or long walks during which you can take in the inspiring view. Searidge Drug Rehab is located directly on the Evangeline Trail, one of the classic scenic routes that unfold along the Nova Scotian coastline.

Annapolis Valley is renowned for its natural beauty. A number of trips from Searidge will involve immersion in this environment, such as to the Annapolis Valley Historic Gardens or the Apple Blossom Festival. Annapolis is the ideal location for renewal and re-growth in recovery.

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