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Youth Addiction Treatment
Please call our Adolescent Drug and Alcohol Rehab Admissions Department today, we can help!
We understand, drug-free kids are our specialty.
Last Door Youth Drug and Alcohol Rehab Program provides addiction treatment services for youth ages 13 to 18 years and 19 to 25 years of age.
Youth are supported to improve overall functioning via participation in long-term inpatient addiction treatment using a Social Model. The program is located in New Westminster BC and Clients come from across Canada to participate. Last Door Youth Program is licensed by the Health Authority and accredited by Accreditation Canada. A continuum of care is provided that includes a mental health assessment, individual and group therapy, peer support, balanced diet and nutrition, recreation, positive socialization, family counseling, post-treatment continuing care, and access to educational opportunities. LDYP’s experience-based learning promotes change in youths’ values, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviours that results in an increase in self-esteem and improved decision making. Programs are from 3 months to over 1 year in length, longer programs include a return to school support program, and other long-term life skills support.
Last Door’s Adolescent Addiction Treatment Process Group helps teens build recovery capital, gain self-esteem, accommodating each residents’ process of learning. Learn more about Last Door’s Youth Process Group
Last Door Youth Program Celebrates 25 Years of Providing Service
Celebrating and kicking off Last Door’s Youth Program’s 25th Anniversary Celebrations. Helping 13 to 18-year-old kids recover from addiction. Special thanks to everyone who has been part of this 25-year history. The Last Door Adult Program started in 1984, and about a decade later, a Youth Program started. Special thanks to people that have supported the Youth Program.
25 stories of recovery for 25 years of service.
Here are some of our videos celebrating our 25 years.
Is your teen using drugs?
- Did your son’s friends change radically?
- Is your teen unhappy, angry, depressed, or anxious?
- Has your teen lost interest in hobbies, sport, school, and family?
- Does your teen have low self-esteem?
Here are some suggestions to help you and your son.
- Get informed on what is recreational use, and what is the misuse of drugs?
- Seek professional help
- Discuss rather than interrogate
- Expect resistance
- Set boundaries
- Keep your hope
- Call our admissions
Youth Addiction Program Philosophy
Last Door Youth Program provides treatment for drug and alcohol use, prescription medication overuse, and excessive video gaming. Last Door Youth Program fosters experience-based learning that enables clients to change values, beliefs, and behaviours.
Our “social model perspective” on architecture and environment involves both the individual and his social and physical environment. We focus on the social and behavioural aspects of the physical setting, creating recovery-focused abstinence-supported space.
Once stabilized, clients are encouraged to explore interests, practice conflict resolution, regain a sense of self, and develop meaningful friendships. Contracted tutors are available to assist clients with academic goals. Experimental Learning LDYP offers a variety of recreational activities such as dances, gym passes, hiking, sporting, and community events. LDYP also offers Outdoor Therapy at its countryside retreat facility “Keystone” where families are also encouraged and welcome to participate in recreational activities.
Addiction Recovery Support Networks
Parents can choose to attend weekly Parents Group sessions post-treatment – this has resulted in lifelong friendships with other parents and offers support and encouragement to newer members. Program alumni often continue to attend our Emerging adults (aka “young guys”) and Older Adult (aka “old guys”) Alumni Support Groups for years as their recovery journey continues.
Alumni Message -Nathan’s Story of Recovery and the Youth Program
Alumni Message – Liam’s Story of Recovery and the Youth Program
Alumni Message – Jake’s Story of Recovery and the Youth Program
What to Do When Your Child Is Using Marijuana
Facing a child’s drug abuse causes damage in a family, feelings of guilt, and repair taker their toll. Many teens think marijuana is not dangerous because it is legal now in Canada. Sadly Last Door has seen a rise in youth needing treatment for marijuana addiction.
Dealing with a child’s experimental or more developed drug use can be difficult, but Last Door Recovery Programs can help. Marijuana is often one of the main drugs of choice among teens and adolescents. Stop the harms of addiction early. The first step to helping your child is to help yourself, learn about recovery, learn about harm reduction, learn about the signs of problematic drug use. Last Door can provide you connections with drug and alcohol interventions and family coaching services, or inpatient treatment.
Alumni inspire hope
Alumni inspire hope for our new clients. Their message to you is that you can recover! Like our facebook page and keep up to date on daily alumni success stories.
Thousands of people have healed from the harms of addiction with the help of Last Door Recovery Society, you can do this too, you can regain control of your life and live the life you are met to live. Here’s a few of our alumni sharing their success with you. Call today, we can help you too.
Accredited Addiction Treatment
Professional Youth Addiction Treatment you can trust. Last Door is a Licensed Community Care Facility and accredited by Accreditation Canada. As a licensed facility our programs participate in regular, comprehensive oversight and reviews by Fraser Health Authority. This ensures that our program maintains safe services to clients and their families.
We believe that Accreditation creates stronger teams by improving communication and collaboration and promoting learning. Accreditation aligns with our value that recovery is a shared experience – from our front-line staff and volunteers to board members, patients, and families, we are in this together.
Through a learning process that is interactive and not boring; by activity; from frequently conveyed stories of peer experiences, personal anecdotes, metaphors and/or analogies youth develop a recovery-based lifestyle. This experimental learning approach helps integrate the recovery based education with what they experience unfolding in their daily lives during treatment.
Clients can conquer historical self-defeating patterns and, in practical terms, learn to confront challenging situations while taking responsibility for the choices.
Youth become active in community affairs, school, social and recreational activities and in our long running successful alumni group. Though participation in a youthful community, clients keep recovery and prevention practices on their agendas.
Program alumni who maintain acceptable standards of recovery are always welcome to visit the facility on both casual and formal basis and are invited to participate in ALL activities.
Regular contact and conversation with staff is offered to client and family members post treatment. Parents can continue to attend weekly Parents Group sessions and Alumni can attend our weekly Youth Program Alumni Group. Regular contact with staff is offered to client and family members are offered post treatment. This allows for referrals and connections with other resources throughout the recovery process, or simply when high stress and uncertainty occurs in their lives.
Last Door's Youth Program provides treatment for drug and alcohol use, prescription medication misuse, and excessive video gaming Last Door Youth Program fosters experience based learning that enables clients to change values, beliefs and behaviours Our “social model perspective” on architecture and environment involves both the individual and his social and physical environment. We focus on the social and behavioral aspects of the physical setting, creating a space where abstinence and recovery are the norm. Behavioural Health Last Door’s multidisciplinary team include an Addiction Physician and Certified Counsellors. Clients receive individualized treatment plans based in identified identified needs. Intervention into mental health issues such as Attention Deficit Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, anxiety, depression and other clinically diagnosed mental health issues occurs. Youth Program Academy LDYP’s main priority is to stabilize clients’ primary addiction and mental health issues. Clients then explore interests, resolve conflicts and learn how to become positive role models. Contracted tutors are available to assist clients with academic goals. Experimental Learning LDYP offers a variety of recreational activities such as dances, gym passes, hiking and sporting and community events. LDYP also offers Outdoor Therapy at its countryside retreat facility “Keystone” Family also encouraged and welcome to participate in recreational activities.
"Coming to treatment at Last Door inspired my little brother to follow my footsteps, we both celebrated recovery milestones and took our cakes together"