Profiles In Recovery

Geri B: Profile in Recovery

If you are new to recovery and you think it’s all going to be good now, Geri Bemister has a message for you. You’re right. But it may be a little bumpy along the way. The 51-year-old woman is talking to another journalist, sharing her story one more time. Yes, she really did time in Geri B: Profile in Recovery

Gaming Addiction Not Just a Young Person’s Disorder: Cam Adair And Aurora

Cam Adair and Aurora: Gaming Addiction Not Just a Young Person’s Disorder

Cam Adair connects with Aurora Recovery Centre for accredited training in gaming addiction treatment.   It was everything. The focus of his life.  Cam Adair’s thirst for video games was so strong, he quit high school over it. He lost his girlfriend over it. His dad would drop him off  to work at an internet Gaming Addiction Not Just a Young Person’s Disorder: Cam Adair And Aurora

Profile in Recovery: Counsellor Eddie R.

Profile in Recovery: Eddie N., Aurora Recovery Centre alumnus and MCS

Eddie R. is fast becoming one of Aurora Recovery Centre’s go-to counselors, especially for the under-40 crowd. And why not? He’s young, energetic, funny and smart – all the components necessary to combat addiction, especially if the person who is addicted is a little feisty. He’s been working at the centre since 2019, and is Profile in Recovery: Counsellor Eddie R.

Randy Grimes: From Superbowl to Aurora

Randy Grimes of NFL fame speaks on Addiction Recovery at Aurora Recovery Centre

It is Super Bowl Week in the United States. The media blitz is on. As a former center under the quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Randy Grimes could talk your ear off about the schemes, the blocks, the patterns and likelihood of this play or that. He could explain how Brady and Gronk are Randy Grimes: From Superbowl to Aurora

Tom K.: Member Care Specialist and Alumnus

Tom K. Profile: Alumnus and MCS at Aurora Recovery Centre

When someone in recovery celebrates their first anniversary, seasoned veterans ahead of them often caution about how the second year is tougher than the first. Stay the course. Keep focused. The theory is the pink cloud goes away and a deeper understanding of just how much work is involved becomes clearer in year two. You Tom K.: Member Care Specialist and Alumnus

Anthony Cafik: New Clinical Director Brings A Team Approach To ARC

Anthony Cafik Aurora Recovery Centre Clinical Director

For Anthony Cafik, this year is different. It is Christmas in treatment. The energy is different. People are feeling it. A mix of excitement, sadness, togetherness. Members. Staff. Everyone is experiencing something different. Anthony Cafik, the new clinical director at Aurora, is outside taking pictures of snow angels. “Angel translates into message. We have a Anthony Cafik: New Clinical Director Brings A Team Approach To ARC

Aurora Alumni Veterans in Remembrance

Aurora Alumni Veterans

Another November 11 is upon us. The sombre sounds of pipes and drums. Cenotaphs. Poppies. For anyone in recovery, Remembrance Day is a day to pay attention, says Aurora’s clinical director, Anthony Cafik. For those still in uniform, and for those who once wore one, it is especially time to be aware of where your Aurora Alumni Veterans in Remembrance

Tracy Falk: Aurora Staff Member Profile

Tracy Falk

Tracy Falk: Aurora Staff Member Profile It’s another Friday in central Canada’s largest recovery centre. The newer patients or clients or in this case, members, are apprehensive about the approaching weekend. Staff are doing their best to keep people grounded, to keep heads and hearts in treatment and not in old life. The building is Tracy Falk: Aurora Staff Member Profile