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4 Things That Parents with Addicted Kids Need to Know

4 Things That Parents with Addicted Kids Need to Know When a child is born, parents are filled with hope and the possibilities that are available for the future. It is easy to see why parents are consumed with excitement and love for a new addition to the family. But,...

Can Cannabis Really Help Anxiety?

Can Cannabis Really Help Anxiety? Anxiety can be a debilitating condition that interrupts a person’s daily responsibilities. In some cases, the anxiety can reach the point where it conflicts with a person’s relationships, work duties, school assignments, and more. So,...

The Health Effects of Binge Drinking

The Health Effects of Binge Drinking Sharing a social drink or two with friends can seem like a harmless activity. But, when does social drinking turn into dangerous binge drinking? It can be hard for people to set boundaries with alcohol when they are caught up in...

5 Changes to Your Routine for Wellness

5 Changes to Your Routine for Wellness Addiction recovery is more than just changing a few behaviours to overcome bad habits. Once a person has fallen into addiction, it takes a full, holistic approach to help them recover their health in all aspects of life:...

5 Tips for Mothers of Adult Addicts

5 Tips for Mothers of Adult Addicts Having a baby is an exciting event that many parents consider life changing. As you are feeling the joy of having children, there is also a heavy responsibility that comes in caring for the child’s health and well-being. Every...

Protecting Your Mental Health Around Those Suffering

Protecting Your Mental Health Around Those Suffering There are numerous debates about whether mental health concerns lead to addiction, or if addictive behaviour increases the risk of mental health problems. What is most common is a dual diagnosis, which means that a...

The Recovery Benefits of Group Therapy

The Recovery Benefits of Group Therapy It has been found that the opposite of addiction is connection. For this reason, many recovery therapists build treatment solutions that help recovering patients connect with other people. As these meaningful relationships are...

How Transitional Housing Increases Your Chance of Lifelong Recovery

How Transitional Housing Increases Your Chance of Lifelong Recovery Creating a stable living environment that is free of drugs and alcohol is critical for someone in recovery. If you want to maintain a sober lifestyle, then it is essential to avoid potential...

How to Know if Your Loved One Has a Drinking Problem

How to Know if Your Loved One Has a Drinking Problem There is a fine line between social drinking and alcohol addiction or dependency, and it can be hard to tell where your loved one falls on the scale. Alcoholism can wear many masks, making it a challenge for family...

How to Know if You’re Enabling Your Loved One’s Addiction

How to Know if You're Enabling Your Loved One's Addiction It’s entirely natural that someone would do anything they can to help a family member or close friend struggling with addiction. Many people have the empathetic desire to assist a loved one who is struggling,...

Aurora Recovery Centre’s philosophies are consistently reflected in the way we value our members and staff. Everything we do is in the interest of our members’ recovery for life.

Aurora’s treatment process is built upon a member-first culture and stands on three pillars that reflect our philosophy toward our members’ recovery: Heal, Connect and Recover.

From initial contact with Aurora, you begin to experience our Member-First Culture. Our highly experienced Addiction Specialists help you navigate the complex, emotional decision to admit to treatment.

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