What We Treat

All My Relations Has Your Solution

What We Treat

Spiritualism, health and wellness, community and relationship-building are all
essential building blocks to re-creating one’s sense of purpose.
All My Relations Recovery Centre treats individuals with all types of addictions and out-of-control compulsive behaviours. Our clinical team work under the theory that the addictive behaviour is a by-product of an underlying condition.
We believe that an intensive holistic and therapeutic process is required to enable individuals to see the world and themselves from a new, and more solution-based perspective. Problem solving, cognitive therapy, spiritualism, health and wellness, community and relationships-building are all essential building blocks to recreating one’s sense of purpose.

 

What We Treat


OPIATE ADDICTION – Opiates (or Opioids) are drugs that bind to the opiate receptors in the brain. Opiate receptors in the brain have a primary function of pain-killing. READ MORE
ALCOHOL ADDICTION – Alcohol is a powerful CNS depressant that can be obtained easily and legally anywhere in Canada. While most people can drink moderately, there are those of us who discover at some point in our lives that we have lost the ability to control our degree of consumption. READ MORE
STIMULANT ADDICTION – Stimulants (Cocaine and Methamphetamine) are drugs which activate the central nervous system and produce euphoria and excitation in the user. READ MORE
MARIJUANA ADDICTION – Rife with controversy and conflicting research, recovery from Marijuana addiction remains a complex issue. As Marijuana becomes gradually legalized and more socially acceptable, the discussion around the addictive nature of Marijuana is often overlooked. READ MORE
Clinical and Administrative Specialists

Meet Our Addiction Specialists

Wade Moses
Wade Moses
Addictions Counsellor
Nathan MacMaster
Nathan MacMaster
Intake Services
Dan Bernard
Dan Bernard
Program Director
Stacy Wilson
Stacy Wilson
Executive Director
Steve Bull
Steve Bull
Intake Services Manager
Tyler Craig, BA
Tyler Craig, BA
Indigenous Cultural Coordinator