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Cody’s Perspective: Step 12

By Cody, Renascent Alumni When I completed my Twelfth Step and started to apply the Steps into my daily living, life started to get better and the promise stated to come true. I was no longer a “bad” son. I became an even better father. I showed up the way my kids need me; the … Continued

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Supporting One Another Through Recovery

If you’re in recovery, one of the best ways you can be of service is to become a Renascent Alumni Contact. These important volunteers introduce newly recovered clients and their loved ones to 12-step members and meetings in their community. For many, it’s a meaningful way to give back – and a life-changing opportunity for … Continued

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Gary’s Perspective: Step 10

By Gary, Renascent Alumni Step 10: Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.  This Step has been and continues to be a crucial part in my recovery. My sponsor was key in guiding me through Step 10. It has been a game changer me!   It’s a Step I … Continued

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Observing National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

By Laura Bhoi, CEO, Renascent Friday, September 30th, is the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. Although not recognized in Ontario as a statutory holiday, Renascent recognizes this day as one, in alignment with Call to Action 80 from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s report. This day is of great importance, … Continued

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Brittany’s Story: Dedication to the “Magic” of Recovery

‘Magic’ is the word Addictions Counsellor, Brittany McDonald uses to describe the life-changing work that happens at Renascent Graham Munro Treatment Centre (Munro Centre). Having cared for hundreds at Munro Centre, Brittany knows it is the willingness of clients to receive help, coupled with the unparalleled skill and commitment of staff, which makes this ‘magic’ … Continued

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