Into Action Recovery is a recovery treatment center dedicated to helping men overcome addiction to alcohol or drugs and go on to create the kind of life they truly desire. Situated in the Greater Vancouver area, Into Action has been transforming lives since 2012, with a clinical team of certified addiction counsellors and professional staff who have excelled in fostering real and lasting change in the men that attend the programs.
The quality of care offered is of utmost importance to us. The residential environment is safe, clean, and quite comfortable, as we want you to feel at home.
No matter how long you’ve been struggling with addiction or what kind of drug you’re struggling with, it’s never too late to recover. We’ve helped many men overcome addictions to alcohol, cocaine, crack, prescription pills, heroin, fentanyl, and more. With our help, you can begin a recovery path toward getting every bit of your life back – and making it even better!
Here at Into Action, we welcome you with open, compassionate arms, ready to work alongside you toward sobriety, healing, and growth. Your recovery is our success, and we take that very seriously.
Treatment begins in the First Stage Residential Program, where you live in a safe and secure environment with a small group of other men who are also working toward recovering from addiction. This first stage introduces you to a lifestyle where recovery is embraced, and sobriety maintained. You’ll spend each day engaging in a structured recovery program that will teach you a variety of tools you can use to cope with all aspects of life without the use of alcohol or drugs.
The Second Stage Transitional Program is a transitional process for those who have completed the First Stage Residential Program. It’s for those men who already have sobriety, yet still desire to take time in a semi-structured environment to become stronger in recovery before going back to their home environment. This is an excellent next step for those who are ready to get back to work or school, yet still want the structure and security that a recovery program provides.
The Third Stage Transitional Program is for those men who have completed the Second Stage Program. As a long-term sober living home in a residential community, this program is great for those men who have jobs or attend school, yet aren’t quite ready to live independently. The homes are clean, safe, and comfortable. It’s much like the Second Stage Program, but it’s geared more for those who desire to stay long-term. The amount of time will vary from person to person.
We have a list of qualified, licensed interventionists who can assist you in navigating the complex environment that comes with a person struggling with addiction. These professionals are trained in interventions, recovery coaching and consultation. With their help, you can develop a plan of action together that will work best for you and the person you are trying to assist. This plan may or may not include the person going to treatment.
Finding the right alcohol or drug treatment program for you is a process that matters. Oftentimes, people choose a program based solely on the cost, perhaps because of lack of funds. Others look more toward a treatment program that’s more private and/or offers more luxurious services.
There’s no right or wrong on the matter. It’s whatever someone desires.
Admitting that you need help is your first step toward freedom from addiction. For that, we commend you. Here at Into Action, we’re ready to assist you in finding the best treatment path for you. Join many other men across Canada who have completed addiction treatment here by giving us a call right now. We have caring and compassionate staff who would love to discuss your needs.
Staff who understand what you're going through, they will support you through your recovery and give you the tools to make it through!
Thank you for accepting me when no one else would, You put hope back into me and never gave up on me. People will come to know your intentions of truly helping others!
I got clean here, they gave me a opportunity. I did what was suggested, went to meetings and did the work. I am 16 months clean and sober working full time and giving back because Into Action gave me a chance.