TWC Overview

Participants live in a supportive residential community where they participate in an integrated rehabilitation program. Our goal is to help participants discover new mental, emotional and spiritual beliefs - foundations for recovery:

  • Alcoholism and chemical dependencies are chronic, progressive diseases. Abstinence is only the beginning of the recovery process.
  • A key aspect of recovery is learning how to heal interpersonal relationships. Clients go from feeling alone and isolated to having a sense of inclusion – essential to recovery.

Recovery Speaker Jam – 40 Stories

Sharing Stories of Success Together We Can is getting excited for the upcoming PNWCNA 40 Speaker Jam on November 5th!  We have purchased 40 tickets to give first-stage residents the opportunity to get inspired about positive change. The men at TWC benefit greatly from hearing success stories from those...

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Alumni Outreach Street Team

A group of TWC Alumni, led by Rodrigo Rementeria, have started an initiative to visit Greater Vancouver’s most impoverished areas with the goal of helping the less fortunate survive the winter months. This compassionate group of men have handed out sandwiches, socks and other necessities in an effort to provide some...

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News and Events

  1. CTV News – Fentanyl Overdoses – Front Line Workers
  2. Athletes In Recovery – TWC Testimonial
  3. Together We Can – Staff Spotlights
  4. “The Best Job in The World” – Addictions Therapist
  5. TOGETHER WE CAN – Family & Alumni Summer BBQ
  6. Thank You – Living My Life in Recovery
  7. Second Stage Transitional Housing – Client Testimonial
  8. Celebrate Sobriety Testimonial
  9. Second Stage Program Testimonial
  10. Family Program Testimonial
  11. A Parent’s Vision
  12. New Found Structure
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Today I am alive and learning that I can trust others. I am able to let go of my past and start fresh. I place my recovery first and foremost ahead of everything. I am so grateful to TWC for all the love and care they have shown me. This is my home!

Joey P. Alumni