Category: Alumni


Alumni | Life at SCHC | Relationships

Thanks Calgary for some Great Weather and Great Alumni

As the plane ride from Edmonton to Calgary began its descent, I felt a real sense of purpose. Peaking out the window, as the lights in the darkness sparkled from below, I thought of our

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Addiction Recovery (Life After Treatment) | Alumni | Our Program

Our Alumni Dinner in Vancouver

When you are in the grand city of Vancouver you come to expect grandiose results! The alumni trip to Vancouver kept me busy from the time I set foot on the pavement, right up to

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Addiction Recovery (Life After Treatment) | Alumni | Relapse Prevention

What our Aftercare Support is all About

As we continually looked at ways to provide the best care possible and be revolutionary ┬áin the addiction industry, our 24/7 support line was born. Since it’s inception many years ago it’s taken on a

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Addiction Recovery (Life After Treatment) | Alumni | Relationships

Our Alumni Dinner in Kelowna

The Kelowna alumni dinner was one of sheer beauty. Walking from my hotel to Earl’s, I had the chance to enjoy some epic scenery. SNOW (snow-deprived west coaster here)! There were people skating on an

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Alumni | Life After Treatment / Recovery | Life at SCHC

Into the Fog

It might sound funny, but the reality of how much fog can mess with your plans is a VERY real deal. Sopped in, fogged in, or a low lying ceiling is a true reality in Powell

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Addiction Recovery (Life After Treatment) | Alumni | Life at SCHC | Relationships

Victoria Alumni Gathering

I found myself on a new journey at the end of December and on route to host another alumni support group. This time I landed in BC’s beautiful capital, Victoria, located on Vancouver Island. Our

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Relapse, Addiction & The Stages of Change

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Relapse, Addiction & The Stages of Change

Relapse and Fear For families with loved ones in recovery from addiction, the R-word is a very scary word. Family members typically fear relapse because they make sense of it as a disaster or failure

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