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2017 Reporting: More Services are Needed in Public Treatment Centres

2017 Reporting: More Services are Needed in Public Treatment Centres Recent findings from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) shows an alarming trend in the population: a lack of treatment for those in need of addiction recovery and mental health...

CJOB Mornings on Aurora Recovery Centre Fun Run

CJOB Mornings on Aurora Fun Run The road to recovery from addiction can be a long and lonely one. That's why Aurora Recovery Centre is trying to raise awareness and support for those affected by addiction. The organization is hosting a fun run...

Ian Rabb Speaks On Recovery at Remis Speakers’ Forum

Ian Rabb tells his story of recovery from addiction to Remis speakers’ forum Ian Rabb’s story is well-known. As someone who had fallen as low as one can go, then managed to pull himself up – with the aid of others, Rabb’s story of falling into...

Aurora Recovery Centre Fun Run

Aurora Recovery Centre Fun Run The Aurora Recovery Centre Fun Run for Addictions Awareness is Sunday, September 2, 2018 with all funds raised donated to Resources Assistance for Youth in Winnipeg. Join us for an amazing 5km or 10km walk or run...

Proposed Manitoba Addictions Strategy: Aurora Responds

Winnipeg Free Press: Paul Melnuk responds to new provincial addictions and mental health recommendations Aurora CEO Paul Melnuk speaks on the newly proposed addictions and mental health strategy for Manitoba: "The report hit the right...

City Councillor at Aurora

City Councillor Russ Wyatt Seeks Addictions Treatment at Aurora "Coun. Russ Wyatt has reportedly revealed he sought addictions treatment during his extended absence from City Hall. In a letter published by a Winnipeg media outlet, the Transcona...

Aurora Recovery Centre saved Kelsie’s Life

Aurora Saved Kelsie Sanderson's Life "Tracy Sanderson understood opioid addiction; her daughter Kelsie began struggling with opioid addiction after she had a traumatic ecperience being tasered by RCMP officers. After drinking with some friends,...

CBC-Lack of Addictions Help

"It's a Joke" "After exhausting efforts to access youth addictions services in Manitoba, a Winnipeg family has picked up and moved to Calgary in hopes of saving their 16-year-old daughter's life. CBC has agreed to change the family's names to protect the teen's...

Tracy’s Story – Winnipeg Sun

A Mother's Story “She wasn’t the kid who was supposed to die,” Sanderson said tearfully. “She was the most beautiful young girl. She was so proud of her Métis heritage and wanted to make a difference in the lives of Aboriginal and Métis women...

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