Bad habits holding you back?
Being unable to limit the amount of alcohol you drink. Wanting to cut down on how much you drink or making unsuccessful attempts to do so. Spending a lot of time drinking, getting alcohol or recovering from alcohol use Feeling a strong craving or urge to drink alcohol Failing to fulfil major obligations at work, school or home due to repeated alcohol use Continuing to drink alcohol even though you know it's causing physical, social or interpersonal problems Giving up or reducing social and work activities and hobbies Using alcohol in situations where it's not safe, such as when driving or swimming Developing a tolerance to alcohol so you need more to feel its effect, or you have a reduced effect from the same amount Experiencing withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, sweating and shaking, when you don't drink, or drinking to avoid these symptoms.
Since re-opening last June we have implemented a wide variety of control measures and adaptations in order to keep all of our residents as safe as we possibly can. We continue to follow all public health advice available to us and to review all of our activities weekly. We have a COVID 19 Management Response Team in place and both the residential and outpatient program are operating as normal.
Entrepreneur Keir Weimer created a system called the Live Free Lifestyle to give purpose to his life after realizing he had a serious problem with alcohol. A tragic accident that claimed the life of Weimer's friend and landed Weimer in prison for 3 and a half years was the beginning of Weimer's motivation to live differently.
Alcohol addiction signs, symptoms or behaviours may include:
Don't go through the process of recovery alone. There are people who can help you with the struggle you're facing. Get in touch with one today.