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


 

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Now Hiring! Community Living Contracts Manager

Community Living Contract Manager & Frontline Support Worker
35 hours/week, Monday – Friday
$25.54 – $29.73 / hour (Grid Level 14) as per BCGEU General Services Collective Agreement.
This position is part of a team helping adults with developmental disabilities to develop skills for greater independence and community involvement.

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Now Hiring - Transition House Support Workers, Casual/On-call

Rate of Pay: $19.45 – 22.65/hour (JJEP Wage Grid Level 10)
 

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