LYNX Recovery House
Providing support to adults in recovery.
The LYNX Recovery House provides a safe, supportive, sober, and abstinence-based transitional housing environment for individuals over 18.
The program is open to people who have completed detox and are awaiting residential treatment, as well as those who have completed residential treatment and require appropriate housing.
A Sober Environment for Recovering Adults
The program is open to participants 18 years or older with stable physical and mental health.
The program is funded by Alberta Health Services. There are no costs for participants.
Participants are provided connection to services within the community to promote long term stability and success in their recovery.
What to Expect
The LYNX Recovery House focuses on relapse prevention for adults transitioning from detox to recovery. Participants are supported in remaining sober while awaiting treatment and finding suitable housing after they leave the program.
Services include individualized goal setting, crisis intervention, daily necessities and living support (including meals), mental health education, addiction education, and much more.
Participants are expected to attend weekly house meetings and programming. Other expectations include, but are not limited to, participation in random drug screening, being a good neighbor, and attending support meetings.
How to Access the Program
Adults can access LYNX Recovery House on their own, or they may be referred by someone else. Stays typically range from three to six months.
To learn more, contact LYNX Recovery House:
LYNX is located in a wheelchair-accessible facility.
McMan's core values of commitment, trust, respect, empathy, and genuineness are ingrained in each portion of service delivery.
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