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Pitfalls to Avoid - Part 1
Sara Klinkhamer 1 week ago

There are many common pitfalls when it comes to life and recovery in particular. I want to take this series to talk about eight of them as they relate to families and loves ones of people in recovery… Read More

Reno’s, An Open House, Meet and Greet and Support Meeting
Erika Davies 2 weeks ago

My Toronto travels usually include getting together with different alumni’s. I was trying to get to… Read More

 
Hanging with the Hooligans and Having Fun
Erika Davies 2 weeks ago

After our very emotional,  thought-provoking, deep sharing, and vulnerable support meeting, four of us decided to go for some dinner. As we strolled down the street It felt like we were the good kind… Read More

Pitfalls to Avoid – Part 1

June 13, 2018

There are many common pitfalls when it comes to life and recovery in particular. I want to take this series to talk about eight of them as they relate to families and loves ones of
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Reno’s, An Open House, Meet and Greet and Support Meeting

June 11, 2018

My Toronto travels usually include getting together with different alumni’s. I was trying to get to a client’s Reno, via train, bus and some walking, buuuuut, it probably would have turned into bedlam, so he
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Hanging with the Hooligans and Having Fun

June 7, 2018

After our very emotional,  thought-provoking, deep sharing, and vulnerable support meeting, four of us decided to go for some dinner. As we strolled down the street It felt like we were the good kind of
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Be Kind by Any Means Possible

June 5, 2018

So, I like to keep it easy and organic. It’s my morning to leave Toronto and head to ‘The Rock’ Halifax. I’m taking the UP train to YYZ. I know it runs every 15 minutes
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New Westminster Alumni Dinner

May 17, 2018

I heard them loud and clear. I was told that it was hard for some of our guys to push against traffic to get to the Downtown dinners – especially those that lived anywhere past
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It’s sometimes about the Pizza

May 14, 2018

It’s a tradition now to make it to this Italian coffee and pizza place – Sciue when I am in Vancouver. They not only have the best coffee, the best pizza, but they have the
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What Happens to Your Body When You Detox from Alcohol?

May 11, 2018

One of the most common questions people have when they are ready to seek help for their addictions is, “what happens to your body when you detox from alcohol?” To start off, let’s discuss the
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Practical Exercises to Help Live a Meaningful Life

May 10, 2018

The great psychiatrist Viktor Frankl was convinced that addiction is a response to living a life that lacks personal meaning. One reason for this empty life is that the person is not true to himself
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Our Healing Journey

May 8, 2018

It is natural as humans to be in a perpetual striving for growth. Given this, I want to take this 6-part series to talk about tools that will help you in your healing journey. We
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Toronto: The Day the Universe Knew – Flavours of Grief and Support

May 2, 2018

It was a day I set aside for a few reasons, but, unbeknownst to me, it was the day that became so much more. It started with an alumnus and me who shared in the
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Please compliment Craig for his cheerfulness. It makes the day so much easier to face. He is steady and pleasant all the time. I also would like the rest of the staff to know that it is so nice to see people happy doing their jobs. This makes it easier to face sobriety. Something else that should be said is that the ownership needs to be complimented for their vision and foresight around what treatment should be. They need to be congratulated on developing SCHC into what it is now and for their vision for what it can become.

- Steve

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