Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, led by Hamish White, Recovery Counselling and Intervention Services is an association of experienced, qualified and caring chemical and process dependency specialists dedicated to providing timely and professional, out patient alcohol, drug, and process addiction counselling to adolescents, young adults, adults and families. Offers a variety of specialized services to several client groups including gays and lesbians, youth, African and Caribbean youth, women, families, Aboriginal families in areas such as addiction assessment, methadone treatment, cocaine, medical detox, driving under the influence, counselling, gambling, integrated group therapy, integrated residential, and eating disorders.
After having witnessed the devastating effects of addiction personally and professionally, Sheena attended the Drug and Alcohol Counsellor program at Sir Sandford Fleming College to acquire the practical skills needed to assist those struggling with addiction.
After a highly successful first year, Recovery Capital conference is returning September 26th - 27th with the most innovative two-day event designed to provide accessible, accredited, and multi-disciplinary education on the latest innovations in the fields of Addiction Medicine, concurrent disorders and Recovery.
As one of the top all-male drug rehabilitation and alcohol treatment centres in British Columbia, we have expanded to include outpatient addiction services in Toronto so that alumni can continue to access recovery support resources and connect with other alumni.
Furthermore, we also service clients from cities in Alberta such as Edmonton or Calgary or Ontario cities such as also offer clients immediate help with alcohol or drug detox including crack cocaine and painkiller addiction treatment such as opiates (e.g. Oxycontin or Percocet).
They have a three point philosophy: sobriety (100% abstinence from drugs and alcohol); secularity (discussions avoid divisive belief systems like religion or politics); and self-help (creating a personal recovery plan that that is designed by individual participants).
As part of Phase 2, the ministry is providing an additional $138 million, over three years, to support mental health and addictions agencies in the community.” drug rehab centers He says the province has seen a 37 per cent increase in the number of new clients receiving community addiction treatment services since the new funding.
For example, 25.0% of participants reported long delays for treatment, 24.1% reported a lack of professional help for mental health or emotional problems, 21.6% reported the costs of recovery services, 20.4% reported a lack of programs or supports in their community, while less participants reported the lack of programs or supports that met their cultural needs (5.3%) or were in their preferred language (1.1%).