Women often notice that mental health plays a role in how they use drugs or alcohol. Symptoms of anxiety, depression, or other mental health problems can lead to drinking or using in an attempt to feel better. Addiction can also be the driving force in declining mental health. “Sometimes it
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Check out this article from CTV News with Angie Shilliday, crowned Mrs. Calgary 2010 and Mrs. Canada 2014. She helped renovate the CARE for Women house.
Here are some photos from our launch event for the CARE for Women program.
New addictions treatment program for women opens as demand soars A new addictions treatment program designed specifically for women has opened its doors as the province grapples with a growing demand for services to help individuals with drug and alcohol abuse problems. On Tuesday, the Recovery Acres Society unveiled its
Recovery Acres was in Metro News this week. Jeremy Simes interviews our program staff and describes a bit about how it works: New Calgary women’s addictions & mental health treatment facility launches Hearing, “Addictions is addictions and recovery is recovery,” never sat well with Janine Copeland. At the end of
Learn about the Recovery Acres CARE for Women program with CTV News.
Recovery Acres has exciting news. Not only have we begun renovations to turn a transitional house into a women’s treatment center, we have some very special people helping us make it happen. Producer/Director Candace Schmidt and Director of Photography Luis Gonzalez of L&C Style are an award-winning film production team
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Recovery Acres is a registered charity and non-profit organization that operates a fully accredited addiction treatment center.
We have helped over 13,000 people over more than 40 years through our men’s treatment center, 1835 House.
In September 2016, Recovery Acres launched the Co-occurring Addiction Recovery Essentials (CARE) for Women program.