Sober Living Toronto
New Beginnings Sober Living
We are a private residential Sober Living facility for Men recovering from alcohol and drug dependency. We provide a client centred approach, including One on One Counselling Therapy, Group Counselling, 12 Step, Relapse Prevention & Life Skills.
New Beginnings mission is to transition our clients back into their everyday life, recognize and recover from the effects of addiction and to ultimately live fulfilling and rewarding lives. The opportunity to reunite our client’s back into school, work their families and back into society is nothing short of a miracle. We provide an environment that’s comfortable, secluded and serene, where our clients are able to find the personalized and cohesive care required in building the foundation for long term success.
Are you or a loved one having problems with addiction? Are you searching for a sober living program that can help right away? For those who need a transition house in Toronto, Sober Living Toronto offers a way out of addiction, and into recovery.
With years of experience helping those facing all kinds of addictions, our sober living home staff is the best in Canada. Each one of us understands how hard it is to go through dependency. In addition, we have the experience and proven methods to help our patients break away from addictions. One of the reasons our sober living home works so well is because of the setting. The entire purpose of our sober living housing is to provide a drug-free environment. That set up greatly assist those with a desire to refrain from drug use and/or alcohol. In fact, sobriety is the number one requirement for the sober living program and housing.
Sober Living Toronto has a top rated 12-step meeting group therapy program. Our staff works with each client to encourage them to participate and take part in those therapy sessions. There are also chores and other responsibilities given to each of the sober living home residents. They include helping to prepare meals, participate in house meetings and avoiding substance usage.