Help Us Save Lives
& Heal Families

From Darkness To
Gratitude & Freedom

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OUR MISSION

To promote health and recovery from addiction
through treatment, education and support that strengthens
individuals, families and communities.

ESTABLISHED, AFFORDABLE, UNIQUE

Pacifica Treatment Centre is the oldest co-ed, licensed treatment centre in B.C., a testament to our enduring success in drug and alcohol treatment since our inception in 1977. Our California-style building blends peacefully into a park-like, peaceful residential setting, yet is only 1 block from the Broadway & Commercial Skytrain.

For many individuals Pacifica’s professional, intensive therapy can mean the difference between long term recovery success or chronic relapses in their addiction. Unique to treatment centres, we offer clients private rooms for the utmost in safety and privacy. The unique needs of the individual and the expanding needs of the system of care that we offer three levels of a comprehensive treatment program. Yet, we remain one of the most affordable residential programs in BC.

Referrals to Pacifica can be made by Alcohol & Drug out-patient counsellors, Addiction Physicians, Detox Counsellors or EAP Counsellors. Your referral agent will inform you about the specific treatment fees that apply to your needs.

CALL TOLL FREE phone 1-866-446-0668

ADMISSION

Pacifica has built a strong reputation for high quality service for clients, innovative and effective programming and creative solutions to ongoing challenges.

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OUR PROGRAMS

It is in the spirit of being responsive to the unique needs of the individual and the expanding needs of the system of care that we offer three levels of a comprehensive treatment program.

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“Thank you for making me so comfortable, safe and cared for, and giving me the courage to go on. Thank you for giving me the tools to get my life back. Pacifica has helped me to finally take my breath of life that has been held for 18 years. I can really breath now.”
“I could talk about my feelings and concerns I had and get feedback from group members and the counsellor and be more independent. I feel we were all able to develop trust and openness. It was good that we were encouraged to confront both ourselves and others. The process group gave the opportunity to interact/share with a constant group of peers which promoted openness and intimacy. There were times when the bare truth about myself was exposed. Sometimes it hurt, but it helped. Allowed me to open up and face myself, a lot faster and easier. ”