May 2020 NewsletterNewsletters
Youth, Adult, & Family Addiction Treatment Program
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In this Issue Announcements of Changes to Recovery Events and NEW PROJECTS, Last Door is working on
Alumni of the Month
I grew up in West Vancouver in a very positive and loving environment. I always felt a strong sense of angst, emptiness and feelings of not belonging despite all the support. These feeling that I was unable to cope with lead me to start using drugs and alcohol in an unhealthy and destructive way.
Read the rest of my story by clicking here
Last Door Groups Go Online
Friends and Family Group, Partners Group, Family Group, Young Adult Alumni Group, Alumni Group, all evening support groups are now online.
To read Last Doors full COVID-19 Response, click here
David Pavlus is the founder and former Executive Director of Last Door Recovery Society, with over 35 years of addiction treatment experience. These are his legacy talks, a series on addiction treatment and recovery. Talks include #1 Stigma, Addiction and Dignity. #2 Early Recovery, #3 Addiction in the Family, #4 Addiction Truth and Lies.
Talk Recovery Radio
Talk Recovery airs live every Thursday at noon on 100.5 FM, Vancouver Coop Radio. Last Door produces a weekly radio show having conversations about the many pathways to addiction recovery. To end stigma we must continue to talk about recovery. Talk Recovery is in its 6th Season, thank you to all our weekly listeners and guests. Powered by #NewWestRecovery
Replay all shows at www.TalkRecoveryRadio.com
Hockey Helps the Homeless $50,000
Thank you, Hockey Helps The Homeless for supporting Last Door Addiction Recovery Programs and helping reduce homelessness during #COVID19. Supporting recovery from addiction during this pandemic. #staythepuckhome
Strengthening Recovery During Crises
A four-part webinar series discussing addiction recovery amid public health crises.
This webinar series will bring together thought leaders, healthcare, policymakers, persons with lived & living experience, and families for conversations about COVID-19, homelessness, unemployment, overdoses, and the future of addiction recovery.
The Recovery Capital Conference of Canada Announcement
- Cross Canada In-Person Conferences will not take place
- September 4th 2020 – Join us for a Nationwide Virtual Webinar.
- Up to 3,000 Spaces
- Early Bird Registration $50
- Earn CEUS