Sobriety Home Foundation

Sobriety Home for Alcohol Addiction in Toronto, Ontario

Sobriety Home accepts and welcomes patients from all over Canada. We are located in beautiful rural community a short drive from Ottawa, and those coming from Toronto offer a refreshingly different perspective on life. Whether you come from a big city like Toronto or a smaller town, a few things remain the same no matter where you are located. Those are the damaging and potentially life threatening effects of alcohol addiction. Attempting to manage alcohol addiction without treatment can very easily rob you of your livelihood, your career, your finances and any plans you may have for the future. Long-term addiction to alcohol can cause severe health problems and may be fatal. Sobriety Home Alcohol Rehab can help citizens of Toronto, Ontario that are battling alcohol addiction gain control of their life again. Hope can oftentimes seem dismal when living a life of addiction, to the extent that an individual may lose all hope of ever getting better. Sobriety Home offers the necessary tools and resources, in conjunction with years of professional expertise in the field of alcohol addiction to help you gain control of your life again and experience the wonderful feeling of having hope for your future. Sobriety Home takes the rest of the worry out of travelling and makes the transition seamless. Our driver is available to pick you up at Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport and drive you directly to Sobriety Home.

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Sobriety Home Alcohol Rehab provides evidence-based treatments, including psychotherapy. At Sobriety Home Alcohol Rehab center, you will receive medical treatment and medication(s) based on the widely studied and proven area of Pharmacotherapy. There are also Alternative Alcohol Rehab Therapies found at Sobriety Home Alcohol Rehab, which take a more holistic and natural approach. Examples of these activities include yoga, pilates, and meditation.

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Rehab Treatment Centres for Alcohol Addiction in Toronto, Ontario

Alpha House

647 Broadview Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M4K 2N9
Phone: (416) 469-1700
Fax: (416) 469-0829
Email: info@alphahousetoronto.ca

At ALPHA HOUSE we believe that recovery from substance abuse must deal with the individual as a whole. Our programs address physical, mental, spiritual and social needs. ALPHA HOUSE has as its sole purpose the help of those who suffer from chemical dependency, thus serving to guide them through the difficulties of rehab and help with the introduction of a brand new, independent and meaningful life in sobriety. Applicants must be 25 years old and up.



Ingles House

15 Toronto Street, 9th Floor
Toronto, Ontario
M5C 2E3
Phone: (416) 979-1994
Fax: (416) 979-3028
Email: info@loftcs.org

Ingles House is a high-support group home for 9 young women aged 16-24 recovering from a serious habit, who want to measure in an abstinent environment. It is the sole post-treatment residential program of its kind in Toronto. Ingles House offers recovery and support services in a structured surroundings where residents break with their old lifestyles and develop new skills. The program offers counselling and life skills, and encourages young women to build a support network, link with community resources, and prepare for education and employment in the community. Strong peer support is an crucial ingredient of the Ingles House program.



Alcoholism, AA, Alcoholics Anonymous, 12 step program, Sobriety, Addiction, Treatment, Rehab, Recovery

Alcoholics Anonymous in Toronto, Ontario

Alcoholics Anonymous has been around since 1935, originally formed in Ohio when two affluent men from New York wrote a book on how to help those in recovery from alcohol addiction. Both had experience with alcoholism in their lifetime and felt they had some insight into taking steps to prevent the harm that alcoholism often causes. For over 88 years A.A. has been creating success stories with their famous 12 step program.

High Park

Closed Meeting
Friday 8:00 pm
Open Meeting
Sunday 8:00 pm

St. Johns' Anglican Church
288 Humberside Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M6P 1L5

Wheelchair accessible

Hill Group

Open Meeting
Thursday 8:00 pm

Timothy Eaton Memorial Church
230 St. Clair Avenue W
Toronto, Ontario
M4V 1R5

Wheelchair accessible


Hill Discussion

Closed Meeting
Monday 7:30 pm


Church of the Transfiguration
111 Manor Road E
Toronto, Ontario
M4S 1R4

Wheelchair accessible, Sign language

Homestead Women's

Open Meeting
Wednesday at noon

Salvation Army Homestead - Women Only
78 Admiral Road
Toronto, Ontario
M5R 2L6

Wheelchair accessible


North Toronto

Closed Meeting
Friday 8:00 pm
Open Meeting
Tuesday 8:00 pm

St. George's-Eglinton United Church
35 Lytton Boulevard
Toronto, Ontario
M4R 1L2

Wheelchair accessible

Parkdale Sunday Morning

Open Meeting
Sunday 11:00 am

220 Cowan Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M6K 2N6


New Hope (Toronto)

Open Meeting
Wednesday 7:15 pm

Camh Bell Gateway Building
100 Stokes Street
Toronto, Ontario
M6J 1H4

Wheelchair accessible

Saturday Morning Discussion

Closed Meeting
Saturday 11:00 am

Community Centre 55
97 Main Street
Toronto, Ontario
M4E 2V6

Wheelchair accessible, Sign Language


Responsibility

Closed Meeting
Tuesday 8:00 pm

Bloor Street United Church
300 Bloor Street W
Toronto, Ontario
M9B 6B7

Sign Language, LGBTQ



Toronto, Ontario, Greater Toronto Area, GTA, AA, Alcohol, Alcoholism, Alcoholics Anonymous, Intergroup, Sobriety, Treatment

GTA Intergroup is the body of Alcoholics Anonymous in The Greater Toronto Area that serves as a forum for discussion and a focus for cooperation and coordination among AA groups in the GTA in carrying the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to the suffering alcoholic.

Prior to GTA Intergroup, individual groups were responsible for Twelve-Step work in hospitals, jails and facilities, and providing information to the public.There was no local means for members to obtain information, or for the suffering alcoholic to reach out for help. GTA Intergroup helps coordinate work in facilities, provides organized collection and distribution of information, and allows the suffering alcoholic access to the help they want and desperately need through its telephone help line, and more.

202-234 Eglinton Avenue East
Toronto, Ontario
M4P1K5
Toll Free: (877) 404-5591
Local: (416) 487-5591



Psychologists and Addiction Counsellors in Toronto, Ontario

Sean Meggeson
Registered Psychotherapist, MA, RP
1407 Yonge Street Suite 204
Toronto, Ontario M4T 1Y7
(416) 617-2778
Years in Practice: 15+ Years
McMaster University Year of 2010
License No. and State: 001657 Ontario

"My background in Addiction Studies and Counselling has been a starting point from where I also work in other therapeutic areas, such as anxiety, depression. and trauma. Also, my extensive training in psychodynamic and relational psychotherapy enable me to facilitate the agents of change that bring greater freedom and peace in life."



Danielle Phegan
Registered Psychotherapist, AAMFT, RP
Courageous Passages
658 Danforth Ave Suite 412
Toronto, Ontario M4J 5B9
(647) 952-2123
Years in Practice: 18 Years
Year Graduated: 2001
License No. and State: 002749 Ontario

"I believe in the innate ability of every individual to grow and heal, sometimes we need help. For over seventeen years I have had the privilege of working with individuals, couples, families and groups on their healing journeys. I work with an anti-oppression and client-centered perspective, which celebrates the unique needs of every client I see. Therapy is an evolving collaboration that needs a safe space to explore challenging feelings, thoughts and relationships in support of new insights, repair, and connection.”