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Stay In, Stay Healthy! Addictions Supports in Calgary

Recovery Services Online and in Calgary


This pandemic situation and the resulting social isolation can be a real challenge for those in recovery. The following links provide important supports for those in recovery for a variety of addictions.


Alcoholics Anonymous related resources:

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of people who have had a drinking problem. It is non-professional, self-supporting, all gender, multiracial and apolitical. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about their drinking problem.



Addictions Resources:

Additional Helpful Resources

Meditations:

Faith Based:

Prospect Human Services:

This is a not-for-profit employment agency that helps people facing barriers to employment overcome their obstacles and find good jobs. They also work with employers to help them tap talent pools they may not have known about.

https://ckc.calgaryfoundation.org/profile/prospect-human-services/

Recovery College:

Boring Little Girls Club:

  • The Boring Little Girls Club will be spotlighting different actions being taken in the community to support each other in these hard times, which includes actions from non-profits, individuals and for-profit business. 

  • https://boringlittlegirlsclub.ca/

Yoga and the 12 steps (Y12SR):

Foundation for Addiction and Mental Health (FAMH):

Detox Centres within Calgary


Treatment Programs available in Calgary





Cliff Bungalow Mission Community Association

The Cliff Bungalow Community Association was incorporated under the Societies Act of Alberta on November 29, 1978. 

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