Our purpose is to offer a safe and trustworthy support network for men and women who have left an institution, genuinely desire to heal from addiction and need help and counseling to readjust to the outside world and reenter society. Our goal is to provide a cost-effective, practical and appropriate alternative to incarceration as a transition back into the community.
The VisionQuest Recovery Society brings substance-addicted clients on a comprehensive healing journey based on the 12-step philosophy. We are dedicated to providing the most positive, balanced and life-affirming experience possible within a safe, professional and respectful environment. VisionQuest operates Six residential treatment facilities for men and one women’s House In Surrey. Our clients benefit from a strong program led by licensed D&A Counselors with years of experience helping addicts succeed in their recovery.
The VisionQuest Recovery Society is committed to helping individuals heal from the disease of addiction by empowering them to make better lifestyle choices. We bring substance-addicted clients into a comprehensive healing journey, involving mind, body and spirit based on 12-step philosophy. We are especially attuned to the needs of individuals with a history with the courts, and actively cooperate with the relevant authorities to further the interests of both our clients and, by extension, the wider community.
VisionQuest Recovery Society believes that:
All people entering recovery need to be treated with dignity and respect
All people thrive in an atmosphere of acceptance
All people will feel safe when surrounded by constructive boundaries and guidelines
All people have the right to play substance free
No one can reach their finest potential while in an institution
VisionQuest Recovery Society also believes that the individual, with a growing healthy support network, restored family ties, an educational/therapeutic healing program, and the belief in a “Power Greater than Self” can resolve addictive behavioural patterns that render one powerless and seemingly without choice regarding self-destructive behaviours.
VisionQuest Recovery Society envisions a magnificent long-term treatment centre for those with addictions and related problems.