Renascent Treatment Brochures
Complete Care Brochure (PDF)
Corporate Complete Care Brochure (PDF)
Family Care Brochure (PDF)
Food Addiction Brochure (PDF)
Healthcare Professionals Brochure (PDF)

Renascent Program Flyers
Children’s Healthy Coping Skills (PDF)
Food Addiction (PDF)
Intensive Family Codependency Retreat (PDF)
Introduction to Family Care (PDF)
Parenting in Recovery (PDF)

12 Step Groups
Alcoholics Anonymous
Al-Anon and Alateen
Cocaine Anonymous
Co-Anon Family Groups
Dual Recovery Anonymous
Marijuana Anonymous
Narcotics Anonymous

Recovery Homes / Supportive Housing
Alpha House (men)
Palmerston House (women)
LOFT Community Services (men and women)
Vincent de Paul (men & women)
Street Haven (men and women)

Long-term Sober Subsidized Housing
Ecuhome: phone 416-537-1334, ext. 1; email

Employment Training, Pre-Employment Programs, Skills Building Programs
Oasis Addiction Recovery Society


For Kids


For Teens


Other Resources

For information about all Ministry of Health & Long Term Care (MOHLTC) and/or Local Health Integrated Network (LHIN) funded organisations dealing with substance abuse, mental health issues, and problem gambling please visit

For further information on substance abuse and or problem gambling:

The Canadian Mental Health Association:
The Canadian Centre for Substance Abuse:
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health:
The Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre:

For Parents
For Families
  • A Family Guide to Concurrent Disorders (PDF)
    People with addictions often suffer from mental health issues and vice versa. CAMH’s guide helps families understand concurrent disorders.
  • Chemical Dependency and the Family
    Robert Ackerman, Renascent’s Director of Family Program Development, sheds light on chemical dependency and the family.
  • Hazelden Conversation Guides
    What do you say to someone who drinks too much? To help you speak to your loved one, Hazelden has created several conversation guides to lead you through an honest and compassionate approach.