GreeneStone provides expert care in the treatment and recovery of those with substance abuse issues. We offer a comfortable and private environment where executives and professionals are able to find the individualized care that they need.
GreeneStone is a private residential addiction treatment facility. The facility is nestled in Bala, Ontario just two hours north of Toronto. Residents have come to GreeneStone from across Canada. GreeneStone is known for its best in class holistic treatment approach and its tranquil setting. Although, the typical length program is 45 days residents have stayed at the facility for up to 12 months because of its healing community.
Once residents have completed their treatment program at GreeneStone they become Alumni members. Alumni members who are active in their continuing care continue to make healthy lifestyle changes and continue to transform their lives. Alumni members participate in Alumni and recovery events and become mentors and supports to those who struggle with their recovery. Alumni members become role models for those in the recovery community.
GreeneStone is located in a resort like setting in scenic Muskoka, Ontario. The surroundings and amenities offered on the property is an ideal place where you can heal, rest and recover while under the care of a multidisciplinary team of skilled and experienced professionals. Our physician, nurse practitioners, psychologist, therapists (spiritual, trauma, clinical), nurses, clinical associates and physical fitness experts work collaboratively to produce the best treatment outcomes for you.
"Our mission is to care for individuals in a dignified, respectful manner while offering expert, evidence-based, holistic care. We strive to lessen the suffering for those individuals as soon as possible and provide comfort for their loved ones who struggle to deal with their addiction. We are able to do this because we combine a quiet and comfortable living environment with a staff of exceptionally well-qualified professionals and dedicated caring staff."