Relapse Prevention and Life Skills for Alumni

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Relapse Prevention and Life Skills Programs Starting November 6th and 9th, 2023, Online and in Person in Calgary.
Good afternoon, Alumni,
We’re excited to introduce two programs aimed at enhancing your continued progress and fortifying your recovery foundation. Your journey matters to us, and these courses are tailored to help you further navigate the path ahead. Both are designed to support your continuum of care and further enhance your recovery journey.
1. **Relapse Prevention – November 6th**
Dive back into a six-week refresher with our Fresh Start Outreach team. This course will:
– Assist in recognizing advanced early signs of relapse.
– Facilitate reconnection to prior programming.
– Foster community by connecting you with fellow alumni for mutual support.
– Aid in spotting and managing crisis periods and stress.
– Guide in crafting a personalized relapse prevention plan, reinforcing your recovery.
2. **Life Skills – November 9th**
Support with essential life skills can be a pivotal element in ensuring you stay on the path of recovery. Through this program, you’ll:
– Learn and refine abilities such as cooking, shopping, resume writing, budgeting, and more.
– Understand the significance of these life skills and how they intertwine with your recovery journey.
– Equip yourself to handle daily tasks confidently, fostering clean, sober, and organized living.
You can sign up for one program or strengthen your recovery by participating in both. We genuinely believe that these courses, though optional, are foundational to ongoing success. We encourage you to consider how they might benefit you, even if you feel you’ve got things under control. Space in person in Calgary is limited, but it will be available to join online also, so please contact as soon as possible to register or learn more.


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

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.

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