Renascent's Evidence-Based Treatment

Science says that abstinence is the most effective way to overcome addiction

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Your proven road to recovery from addiction starts here

Renascent’s evidence -based addiction treatment is highly effective

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Addiction is a Family Disease

Renascent’s Family Programs provide hope and healing for the entire family

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Our Commitment


Renascent is fiercely committed to providing recovery and hope to individuals, families and organizations affected by substance addictions through a comprehensive 12-Step evidence-based model. We help people achieve lifelong recovery and freedom from drugs and alcohol.



Renascent: Your proven road to lasting recovery from addiction.

Why Trust Renascent?

  • Almost 50 years of experience in treating addictions with over 45,000 people helped
  • Immediate access to treatment – no lengthy waiting lists
  • Not for Profit with affordable-priced treatment – we will never turn you away due to lack of funds
  • 12 Step Evidence-Based Treatment Programs: proven to be the most effective approach for lasting success
  • Gender specific treatment programs and centre’s
  • Over 71% of our clients are clean and sober two years after treatment *
  • Trauma-informed care that addresses concurrent mental health issues
  • Comprehensive outpatient continuing care program
  • Help for families and loved ones with our suite of family care programs
  • Vital alumni community to ensure ongoing support
  • Experienced and educated addiction professionals with lived experience
  • Our centres are homes: warm, caring, non-institutional
  • Inclusive and diverse. Feel free to be yourself
  • Proudly accredited by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation
  • Insurance Accepted

Talk to someone who’s been there.

Renascent: Your proven road to lasting recovery from addiction.


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Contact us today with any questions, comments, or for more information on how Renascent can help you.



* 71.4% of clients who completed Primary Care and Continuing Care successfully maintained abstinence 24 months post-treatment

(Sue Weinstein, Research & Evaluation Consultants, October 2008)

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