Our continuum of care is tailor-made for each individual. Simply put, it means that we are with you for as long as it takes – no matter what – as you navigate through your journey of recovery. Here are some individual paths and available forms of treatment.
Continuum of Care
- EHN Assessment
- Inpatient Care
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Individual Therapy
- Extended Care
- Continuing Care
From age 12 into her 20s, Meghan often drank to the point of blacking out, believing that alcohol helped her deal with her problems. If she hadn’t gotten help, she wouldn’t have made it another year.
But she did, checking herself into Edgewood’s residential treatment program for alcohol addiction. Upon completion, Meghan realized that she needed more support, and chose the extended care program.
These days, she’s doing weekly aftercare at the EHN Vancouver clinic, rebuilding her life.
Steven used cocaine to escape work stress, but his secret began to affect his home life. Confronted by his family, he decided to get help.
After a careful assessment, we recommended an intensive outpatient program for substance use, giving Steve the flexibility to receive nine hours of therapy and support per week, without interfering with his daily life.
Steve now has group and individual therapy once a week to help him continue his journey to recovery, gaining the skills and courage to create a better future for himself and his family.
As a police officer, Will was too ashamed to admit that he was addicted to drugs, thinking he’d lose his job and family if he confessed. Will’s fear and shame isolated him from his colleagues and friends, and instead of reaching out for help, he used more drugs.
Luckily for Will, his family and co-workers never gave up on him, helping him connect with Bellwood. The treatment team for first responders gave Will the tools, self awareness and support network he needed to live an honest and healthy life for his loved ones, and himself.
As a competitive gymnast, Susan’s eating disorder started when she was 12 years old. Pressure to be thin meant that Susan never felt good enough. She learned how to control her calories and restrict food, while cutting out food groups and exercising excessively.
After many failed attempts to get better, Susan entered WaterStone Clinic’s residential treatment program for anorexia nervosa. Through the WaterStone program, Susan found her path in recovery.
Today, she lives with purpose, love, and confidence.
For Paul, watching porn was just an excuse to avoid how bad he felt about himself. He began to spend his paycheques and pull all-nighters to watch porn.
With the help of our team of certified sex addiction therapists at the EHN intensive outpatient program for compulsive sexual behaviours, Paul discovered why his behaviour started, and how to start healing. Upon completion, he began seeing a therapist at EHN for individual counselling.
Paul is grateful for having gone through the program, and for all the wonderful experiences he is now able to discover.