Why The Retreat?
The Retreat NZ offers unique, impactful residential programmes to those suffering from alcoholism and drug addiction. We are a private rehabilitation centre run by a number of highly experienced volunteers and professionals who aim to help individuals on their road to recovery.
The Retreat NZ welcomes guests from throughout the country into a safe and caring environment. What makes us different from any other rehab in Auckland is that our staff is comprised of those who have experienced dependency issues and have found an enlightened path to recovery. This allows our guests to surround themselves with individuals who understand their journey.
The Retreat in Auckland, New Zealand takes a targeted approach to rehabilitation and offers a combination of group sessions, individual discovery, and spiritual guidance that can be carried into life long recovery after they leave our centre. We prioritise mental health and work to help individuals find the deep-rooted cause of their addiction so they can tackle it head on.
Through awareness and education, our guests see the need for change and The Retreat shows them precisely the steps they need to take to achieve it. We prioritise mental health and work to help individuals find the deep-rooted cause of their addiction so they can tackle it head on.
The Retreat offers two main programmes; a 30-day residential programme, or alternatively an afternoon or evening programme. The sober living programme is only available to those who have completed the 30-day residential programme. To find out more, click on the links below.
Afternoon or Evening
Afternoon or Evening
The Afternoon or Evening Programme is a 12-week alternative to traditional outpatient treatment for those who desire recovery but are not able to step away from the responsibilities of their daily lives.
Finding the best drink driving programme can be overwhelming if you are not sure what to look for. With multiple options available online, narrowing down your search is often a daunting task.
Drug addiction and dependency is a complex neurobiological disorder that calls for a holistic recovery therapy focusing on the body, mind, and spirit. When someone is addicted to drugs, they may experience cycles of mild and intense use.
Finding reputable residential treatment programmes can be difficult without the proper guidance. There are hundreds of options online for the best residential rehab centre and distinguishing one from the other isn’t always straightforward.
Alcohol and drug addiction can cause serious disruptions to your life and while it can seem like a tumultuous road to recovery, taking the first step towards living sober in NZ is essential.
Drug and substance addiction can destabilize and destroy the lives of those affected. Whether it’s the person with a drug use disorder or people close to him, living with an addiction can be devastating.
Alcoholic in recovery
Having suffered from a long history of Alcoholism, I finally admitted I was powerless and booked myself in for a 30 day programme at The Retreat NZ in 2015. I spent my time at The Retreat with a small group of like minded people who were beginning their recovery journey too, and who had stories similar to my own. It was immense relief to be able to discuss my struggles with drinking with people who had first hand experience of my disease and understood it’s destructive nature.
“P” addict in recovery
I knew it was important to put time and patience into my recovery and it took time to become familiar with this new way of life. Every step of the way The Retreat has helped and supported me with everything I have done. From a court case, to regaining my confidence, attending meetings regularly, getting a sponsor, to helping others, they have helped me go from a person with no direction to a well person who is achieving their goals one day at a time.
Mother of alcoholic in recovery
I first came to a Family Meeting on a Sunday at The Retreat in early May this year. Initially, I was struck at how similar other families’ stories were to my own – it was a revelation to realise just how whole families around the alcoholic or drug user become very sick themselves, particularly with their spirituality and thinking. I began to see how subtle and patient the process is. Over time a new normal is created so it is hard to see the problem.
Get Help Now
If you or a loved one are interested in our programmes or want to better understand how our programme works please fill out the form and we will make sure to have one of our dedicated staff members reach out for more information.
If you need to complete a pre-registration contact us at 0800 276 237 for assistance.