Welcome to a lifetime of purposeful, healthy living
We are a premier addiction recovery centre located one-hour north of Winnipeg in Gimli, Manitoba.
With a clear understanding of what you’re going through and how to get through it, our care is built on the fact that addiction is a treatable illness. From our individualized treatment to experienced staff, day one of your lifelong journey in recovery starts here.
Aurora Recovery Centre is a compassionate, understanding recovery community that will support you from the time you walk through our doors and throughout your lifetime of recovery with our continuum of care.
Three Pillars of Recovery
- 24/7 supervised Medical Detox
- Medical, addiction and mental health assessments
- Physical stabilization
- Counsellors are the single point of contact for you and your family, and are the link to the interdisciplinary team. Our counsellors, family program director, nurse practitioners, doctors, psychiatrists, and support staff are committed to providing the best treatment available.
- You'll experience a structured, therapeutic environment that facilitates accountability and connection so you can build a solid foundation on which to achieve sustained recovery.
- You'll receive a personalized post-treatment recovery management plan, access to our Continuing Care program, and are encouraged to be part of our thriving recovery community for life.
- Recovery management may include onsite or offsite extended care, access to staff for as long as needed, referrals to sober living and transitional housing, and more.
Our commitment to your recovery means we’re with you every step of the way with ongoing personalized treatment, for addiction, substance use and mental health disorders.
We provide what you need when you need it for addiction treatment and sustainable recovery.
Aurora Recovery Centre has the privilege of being located on the Western shores of Lake Winnipeg within Treaty No. 1 Territory. These are the traditional lands of the Anishinabe (Ojibway), Ininew (Cree), Oji-Cree, Dene, and Dakota, and is the birthplace of the Métis Nation. We honour and respect the treaties that were made on these territories in 1871 at Lower Fort Garry, we acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past, and we dedicate ourselves to moving forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in a spirit of reconciliation, collaboration and healing.