Commonly asked questions
Our program is truly natural and holistic in nature. We are not confined to one method of treatment, we customize each clients treatment plan for their individual requirements. Although our main focus is on the 12 steps, we also offer various other services such as SMART recovery, cognitive behavioral therapy, EMDR, and motivational therapy, among others. Our goal is to provide clients with the best possible outcome, and each client’s recovery is customized to suite their needs.
The mandate of Miklat Recovery Society is to provide cost effective treatment to people suffering from substance use disorder. This includes providing a minimum of 50% of our beds to people who are funded through the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction.
Our vision at Miklat going forward is to provide a continuum of care to clients, ranging from detox, first and second phase of treatment, to aftercare and outpatient support. To provide these necessary programs we will fund raise in our community and across Canada, as well as apply for various grants.
Our timetable for these goals are as follows.
Detox: Currently in development
Men’s Secondary Care: Fall 2020
Outpatient Support: 2021
Women’s Facility: 2021
Our Canadian Charitable Registration Number is 779558113RR0001
Yes, we are registered with the provincial government through the Ministry of Health Assisted Living Registry of British Columbia as a Mental Health Substance Use Supportive Recovery Facility. Our registration number is M2019-013
Our programs are based on individual needs. The final cost of treatment is determined by the clients needs. Please contact our office by email or phone for fee details. We require a deposit and the first month is non-refundable.
Treatment fees can be covered by your employer, private insurance, workplace benefits provider, family, or yourself. We also offer a limited number of beds through the Ministry of Social Development.
Yes, our mandate as a charity organization is to provide 50% of our beds to those individuals who are receiving assistance through the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction (Social Assistance and Disability Assistance). FNHA does not fund us, but we accept clients who have open files with the Ministry as mentioned above.
More and more insurance companies are covering the cost of treatment. Depending on your coverage and province of residence, some or all of your treatment costs may be covered. You will probably be required to pay for the cost of treatment and submit receipts for reimbursement, and our facility will assist you in organizing this.
We will have second stage or “secondary phase” available in the second half of 2020. Please see link below for more information:
Yes, we offer aftercare for graduates from the program. This includes ongoing alumni support meetings, personal aftercare counselling, aftercare planning, remote (online) support meetings, and followup calls by support staff, as well as other aftercare programs.