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Path to freedom Surrey Canada Rehabilitation
Path to freedom Surrey Canada
Path To Freedom Canada
19030 - #10 HWY-56TH AVE.
Alcoholics and drug-addicted men in the grip of this disease are in need of extensive help and guidance, they are to successfully recover and rejoin their community.
Completely devastated by their illness mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually, they are at the point where they are willing to grasp recovery. Due to the many losses they have suffered, relapse can occur when
the recovering alcoholic and drug addicted person starts a premature attempt at a self-directed recovery.
The obstacles that confront such a person are many and failure to overcome them can result in homelessness, family breakup and increasing marginalisation leading to relapse.
Even small difficulties become
impossible transportation,identification, medical coverage, shelter, clothing, adequate nutrition, financial and legal issues, untreated medical conditions amongst a host of others.
Due to a devastating loss of self-esteem and confidence these alcoholics and addicts are unable to perform many tasks. At Path to Freedom we provide a structured environment which rebuilds self -esteem and confidence. By the time a client leaves here he has regained the life skills needed to succeed in the real world. This along with the A.A. program gives back a whole person to society. Instead of spending the rest of their lives being funded by one government program or another.
At Path to Freedom we offer a 90- day residential program in which clients are given a structured environment with restrictions designed to enhance their experience and encourage them to work on their recovery. As well , some household tasks are assigned to each to build self-discipline in their daily lives.
Clients are required to attend daily Alcoholics Anonymous meetings to build a support system that they will be able to make use of when they re-enter the community. The prevalence of alcohol and drugs in our community means that those in recovery are in danger of exposure , we diligently maintain an
environment that is drug and alcohol free. Our policy is ZERO TOLERANCE. All medications are screened and dispensed by the staff . In-house random Alcohol and Drug tests are used to maintain this
PROGRAM AND GROUP THERAPY DISCUSSIONS
Clients are required to attend daily classes from Monday through Thursday; 9a.m - 11a.m, and 1p.m. – 3p.m.
Fridays: 9a.m - 1p.m.
Assignments and personal journals are maintained in the evenings and weekends.
The following is a list of topics covered in-group:
Life SkiIIs:Just for today, Great Expectations, Patience, Surrender, Humility, When Doors Close, Understanding Rejection, Freedom From Fear, Loneliness, Reaching Out To others, living The Principles, Inadequacy, Hope, Loving Relationships, Forgiveness, Accepting Criticism, Letting Go, Gratitude, Spirituality, Prayer And Meditation,
Self Esteem, Communication Styles, Anger- Management , Loss and Grief, Assertiveness, Conflict Resolution, Coping Skill , Defects of Character, Assets of character, Recognizing and Identifying Feelings, Dealing with Fear, Denial,Changing Behaviors, Changing Attitudes, Building up to Use, Relapse Prevention, Learning to listen, The Disease Concept , Mind Traps, Communication Roadblocks, Program Plans, Daily Inventory, Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome, Relationships, Twelve Steps to Recovery.
Prolonged mental and physical impairment due to acute addiction/alcoholism markedly restricts the ability to perform basic activities of daily living.Most are unable to perceive, think, remember or manage personal affairs.We believe it is necessary for the recovering alcoholic/ addict to undergo a profound alteration of their perception of life and to acquire spiritual values,while respecting personal religious, cultural, and moral values.
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