At CHRC, we help you face your fears, build your confidence, learn skills to manage life’s challenges and break the cycle of addiction.
The evolution of addiction treatment is here
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For most, abstinence alone is not enough. Without effective treatment, the cycle of addiction will persist as individuals continue to self-medicate in their desperate need for relief from anxiety, depression, cravings, irritability, fatigue and irrational thinking.
At CHRC, we set the benchmark for addiction treatment in Canada. We deal with the underlying issues and root causes that drive addiction, including the neurological and biochemical imbalances that counselling alone can’t heal. Our treatment model incorporates the latest in neuroscience and addiction research, coupled with a holistic focus on healing the whole person – body, mind and spirit.
Clinical data demonstrates that the separation of men and women during treatment can substantially improve outcomes. Gender-specific treatment supports a relaxed atmosphere without distraction, where men are able to be more emotionally authentic and focus on core issues such as drug and alcohol dependency, shame and guilt, co-dependency, self-esteem, trauma and relationship resolution. Every aspect of our treatment model is designed to improve outcomes.Contact Us
The Making of Recovery was filmed at the Canadian Health Recovery Centre. Since its release in March 2017, the 26-minute piece has accumulated 21 film nominations. It has taken home numerous awards including the South Georgian Bay Film Festival’s top prize of Master Overall Award and the Award of Merit: Documentary Short in the Best Shorts Competition in Los Angeles. The documentary was created and filmed by Matthew Gillespie, who checked in to CHRC in 2016 to treat his anxiety and depression. During his time here, he was inspired to tell the stories of those recovering, in hopes of encouraging others to seek help.