Supportive Recovery

The purpose of Supportive Recovery, is to deliver low to moderate support to clients in a safe, structured living arrangement, free of alcohol or illicit drugs, during the course of their recovery.

Supportive Recovery is a service that complements the client's work with an alcohol and drug counsellor. Women who are waiting to enter a therapeutic program, returning from a theraputic program, or reintegrating back into the community are served through this program. Supportive recovery may also be accessed when clients are at a high risk of relapse. This program provides safety and support through a model of peer support and structured daily activities.

To learn about Supportive Recovery, please contact our Transition House Counsellor at: 250-626-4666 or email tc.hgspeace@mhtv.ca


 

News Updates

Now Hiring: Community Support Workers

We are currently seeking Community Support Workers in Queen Charlotte and Skidegate. Staff will be part of a team helping adults with developmental disabilities to develop skills to achieve greater independence and community involvement on a 1 to1 basis.


Staff will deliver personalized program planning to individuals based on the unique interests and needs of each individual. The programs for individuals emphasize employment and volunteering, recreation, social engagement, life skills, and health and wellness.
 

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Seeking Home Shared Living Providers

Haida Gwaii Society for Community Peace is seeking several interested  parties to share their homes  with persons with developmental disabilities.

Shared living providers welcome an individual into their home and offer a warm and inclusive living environment. Both parties are matched according to their strengths, needs, experience, interests, and personalities.

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