Together We Can Addiction Recovery & Education Society was founded in 1993 and since then has become one of Canada’s leading treatment centres for men. Located in Metro Vancouver, TWC’s mission is to educate and support men and families who struggle with the challenges of substance misuse, and desire a new life in recovery.
TWC provides over 200 men with abstinence-based recovery programs and supportive housing opportunities in a therapeutic residential setting. Our addiction recovery programs, transitional housing, and aftercare initiatives provide residents with an integrated approach to rehabilitation.
TWC is a licensed healthcare service provider through Vancouver Coastal Health, and is well established as a reputable destination where men can truly begin to create change in their lives and rebuild their family relationships.
After the initial intake process and treatment assessments are completed, residents are given a tour and an orientation package which outlines program requirements, rules and a daily schedule of activities. The treatment assessment helps the counselling staff to identify specific issues and challenges that individuals will focus on in their early recovery. Read More
PTSD treatment at TWC is centered around education, evaluation and proven medically integrated therapies that provide a sense of stability and relief. Led by our exceptional team of clinicians, this program continues to reflect our commitment to a high-standard of clinical care. Read More
Neurofeedback is a sophisticated form of therapy which involves learning from the one’s own brain responses. It is a method of treatment proven to be helpful for those struggling with mental health and addiction issues. The therapy relies on EEG (electroencephalography) feedback which displays electrical impulse activity in the brain. Read More
Music Therapy is a group that meets regularly every Friday afternoon at Together We Can to encourage healing through music. Many individuals who participate go on to perform at events such as “The Originals” show, a monthly event held at the Vancouver Recovery Club which serves as a forum for those wishing to display their artistic abilities. Read More
Each morning, TWC residents have the opportunity to participate in an Indigenous Smudge Ceremony. Lead by Louis Grant, residents are “washed” with the sacred smoke of the white broad-leaf sage plant. It is excellent for meditation, divination, smudging, cleansing and purification. Read More
Acupuncture is a centuries-old technique which rapidly evolved into an essential aspect of Eastern medical practices. The overwhelming evidence regarding acupuncture as an effective treatment for anxiety, depression, and addiction has led us at TWC to make acupuncture sessions a regular part of programming. Read More
Yoga is offered on Monday afternoons as a complementary program available to our first-stage clients. We offer an inclusive form of Yoga which can be performed by individuals with limited ranges of motion, chronic pain, and poor flexibility. Read More