We would like to introduce you to our addiction recovery themed food truck called Eleven-Eleven, serving up great food and most of all…. HOPE. We have been operating this new venture on the Calgary streets for just over a month. Our tag line is “Eat Good. Do Good” and that is exactly what our social enterprise food truck and soon to be café is doing. Serving up recovery themed food items such as “The Dr. Bob (bacon burger) and The Bill Wilson (cheeseburger)” named after the Alcoholics Anonymous’ founders.


When you eat here you are doing more than just purchasing a meal, you could be saving a life. The food truck is part of a social enterprise project under Fresh Start Recovery Centre’s umbrella with all profits generated going back into helping more men and families get well from the disease of addiction. The Eleven-Eleven staff all identifies that they are in recovery from something…whether that is substance use disorder, co-dependency or process addictions etc.


We are living proof of recovery and inspiring a message of hope and wellness. This is our Do-Good part of our tag line…. a BIG part of this initiative is working on changing the conversation surrounding addiction recovery. Addiction impacts us all, so whether you are in recovery, know someone in recovery, know someone that needs recovery or are somewhere in between, there has never been a better time to bring this issue forward.

Recovery saves lives and impacts families for the better. When you eat with us, you can be confident that you will Eat Good and Do Good.

If you would like to visit us for a meal, check out the Calgary Street Food App or visit our Eleven-Eleven social media pages for details of where we will be parked. If you are interested in booking the truck for your event or your work Christmas social, visit www.eleven-eleven.ca for booking process or contact [email protected]


The Government of Alberta supports Recovery Oriented Systems of Care and Recovery-Oriented Communities of Care which include addiction treatment and post-treatment housing. Their goal is to create lasting Recovery in Alberta for individuals, families, and entire communities promoting the fact that Recovery is Real, Attainable, and Sustainable. All Albertans can experience the positive and healing effects of Recovery Capital. For more information please visit their website https://www.alberta.ca/addiction-mental-health.aspx

Mission Fit

Ron Jarrett, owner of Mission Fitness is what a committed and helpful community partner is all about. He trains the clients in the house weekly and believes that true strength and progress can only be made from a solid foundation.  That foundation includes alignment, mobility and stability, and must address any muscular imbalances, weaknesses and lack of connection.  Achieving this level means the body is able to progress safely without fear of injury. www.missionfit.ca

for more information about Fresh Start Recovery Centre or any of our programs.

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