Community Partners & Services
Recovery Access Alberta supports Albertans by offering a centralized access point to a province-wide addiction treatment matching tool
211 is a helpline and online database of Alberta’s community and social services. 211 is answered and updated by highly-trained specialists.
The Government of Alberta supports Recovery Oriented Systems of Care and Recovery-Oriented Communities of Care which include addiction treatment and post-treatment housing. Their goal is to create lasting Recovery in Alberta for individuals, families, and entire communities promoting the fact that Recovery is Real, Attainable, and Sustainable. All Albertans can experience the positive and healing effects of Recovery Capital
Community Connect YYC Connecting Calgary's communities with affordable and barrier free access to phone or video counselling sessions.
Addiction and mental health services include promotion and prevention, screening and assessment and counselling, supports and outreach services, as well crisis and emergency services. Addiction and mental health services will be provided in community, outpatient and specialized settings, if required.
Distress Centre Calgary (DCC) provids 24 hour crisis support in Calgary and southern Alberta. We do this through our 24 hour crisis line, email, daily chat, and daily text. We also have professional counselling for clients with issues that cannot be resolved over the phone. If you need help finding a social, community or government service, 211 is available by phone and online chat. Our Coordinated Access and Assessment (CAA) program serves Calgarians experiencing homelessness out of the Safe Communities Opportunity and Resource Centre (SORCe). All of our services are free.
To provide people in recovery from addictions a supportive program and safe home to achieve a productive, rewarding, clean and sober life. We believe in the goodness, dignity and potential of men and women with alcohol and drug addiction. By providing them with safe and affordable housing, they will have the best opportunity for full, long-term recovery.
Fresh Start treatment follows the disease concept; We see addiction as an illness that is progressive, and often fatal if untreated. The good news is that with treatment and a program of recovery, people that struggle with addiction can and do live healthy, happy and productive lives. Our goal is to send parents back to their kids, sons and daughters back to their families, and to restore people back into community.
Simon House guides and empowers men to achieve long-term recovery from addiction and all of its effects. Through our Core Values of compassion, acceptance, respect, integrity, accountability, and innovation, we will lead the way in addiction treatment and lifelong recovery. Our mission and core values are guiding principles which you will experience at all times while engaged with our program, whether as a client, family member, staff, donor, community stakeholder, or visitor.
Providing addictions treatment since 1975, through Indigenous Culture & the 12 step program of recovery to people of ALL WALKS OF LIFE.
Our all NEW revolutionary treatment program seamlessly blends culture and the 12 step program, allowing our clients to work through all 12 steps while in treatment, using cultural practices to connect with their spirituality.
Recovery Acres provides residential treatment in a safe and sober living environment for men with a history of addiction who are motivated to change. We use trauma informed principles in a combination of group sessions, one-on-one counselling, recreation therapy and holistic recovery methods to promote clients developing and maintaining a productive and healthy lifestyle.
Aventa provides gender-specific live-in addiction treatment services on a short-term and long-term basis. Our programs increase women’s understanding of the development and impact of their addictions. During treatment, women learn to maintain abstinence from their addictions and addictive behaviors, and experience an increase in their sense of well-being, and overall life satisfaction. Pregnant women are admitted without delay to help decrease the risks associated with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).