The History of Prairie House
Prairie House opened in Port Coquitlam as InnerVisions’ second treatment centre. Following the structure of the original Miller House, Prairie quickly became a well-oiled recovery machine. It has been the flagship of all men’s drug and alcohol treatment at InnerVisions for over a decade.
Past and present clients at Prairie House describe it as a clean and comfortable place where virtues of trust and pride are never overlooked by staff members or clients.
Prairie is composed of two buildings and contains an industrial kitchen, a house cook, staff offices, a large group therapy room, free weights for working out, open common areas, a TV room, and a large dining room among other amenities. Prairie House is also the location for weekly on-site appointments with addiction specialist doctors.
The History of Miller House
Miller House opened its doors in 1991 when Billy and Kim managed to scrape together enough money for half a month’s rent. It is the house where the founders of InnerVisions first saw their shared dream to create a safe place for addicts materialize.
In the summer of 2015, a state of the art facility was built in Maple Ridge and the program that originated in Coquitlam was moved.
Upon entrance you will find an industrial kitchen, a house cook, staff offices, a large group therapy room, open common areas, and a large dining room among other amenities.
Drug Intervention for Men
The InnerVisions’ program and staff are trained to support individuals to make the difficult decision of coming into a drug treatment program easy.
It’s difficult to watch a loved one struggle with drug addiction. Whether it’s your dad, husband, brother, son, or someone close to you, it’s hard to know what the right thing to do is. We have trained professionals who can help you through this tough time and guide you and your loved one into the recovery process through our drug intervention services.
An intervention is a discreet and professionally planned process designed to illustrate the reality of addiction to the problematic user. It includes the facilitation of solutions designed to empower the problematic drug user to accept an immediate way out. We have designed a platform to efficiently conduct effective interventions.