Victoria

Victoria started using marijuana in high school with friends. After graduating, she didn’t feel like going to college. Instead, she attended a culinary program which gave her the opportunity to work in some of Canada’s top restaurants in Montreal. However, her addiction to alcohol cost Victoria her job and her addiction escalated to cocaine, crack cocaine and opioids. She was tired of always feeling sick due to the drugs, so she got onto methadone to help ease the symptoms but continued to use. Victoria tried six other treatment programs prior to Aurora and all were unsuccessful. Now, after a lengthy stay of six months at our centre, she’s more than eight months sober. Victoria says she feels alive again. Watch her incredible story below.

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Rick gave up his own business to pursue a new path by enrolling in an intense college course and drank to cope with the stress.

Jonny

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Cole

Cole was over whelmed with his business and soon-to-be son. Once this little boy was born, he held him and vowed to never drink again. Six days later he relapsed. Now, he’s been sober for 16 months.

 

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.

Our modern world-class facilities are located on the serene western shore of Lake Winnipeg, accompanied by miles of wooded trails and breathtaking sunrises, with amenities that support healing.

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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