• Embracing the Trans Recovery Community at TWC’s Alliance Program

    Alliance was a safe haven for me from my addiction and being such a unique recovery program, really was the first place where I felt ‘allowed’ to embrace my inner self like no other way I had before. Read more
  • One Year’s Worth of Gratitude

    On November 26, 2016 I had no idea my life was about to change the way it did - After more than 20 years of drug and alcohol addiction I found myself standing alone in the parking lot of a Burger King in Surrey at night, cold and soaked... Read more
  • Navigating Home – A Veteran’s Journey

    Recovery Life News Posted: Nov 10th, 2017 4:11 PM PST Winning The Battle Over Addiction and PTSD With Remembrance Day coming over the weekend, it is important to recognize the service and sacrifices made by our military service members. Their commitment to protecting our nation's freedoms and ideals can never be underestimated,... Read more
  • TWC ‘All My Relations’ at 2017 National Aboriginal Veterans Day

    Recovery Life News Posted: Nov 10th, 2017 2:20 PM PST Together We Can staff, volunteers, and residents from the Straight Path and Straight and Narrow houses of the TWC – All My Relations Treatment Program were in attendance Wednesday at the 2017 National Aboriginal Veterans Day ceremonies at Victory Square in Vancouver to mark... Read more
  • TWC x BCHL Partnership – Nathan MacMaster Interview on 107.5 KissFM

    Last week Together We Can was proud to be represented on KISS 1075's 'Junior A Puckcast with Graham Turnbull' by TWC Intake Services member Nathan MacMaster to discuss hockey, recovery, and our new partnership with the BCHL. Nathan MacMaster was a Western Hockey League stand-out, and was one of the top... Read more
  • Together We Can Partners With the British Columbia Hockey League

    Vancouver BC, October 24th, 2017 – Together We Can Addiction Recover and Education Society is proud to announce its new partnership with the British Columbia Hockey League.  Our combined mission is to offer players, fans, and families access to greater resources, awareness and addiction recovery services. “The pressures of Junior hockey can... Read more
  • Recovery Life – TWC Fall 2017 Newsletter

      After an amazing Summer of fun and fellowship, TWC is gearing up for the changing of the seasons. We have had so many inspiring stories and adventures in the past few months, and plan to have many more as we approach the holidays. Lead a Recovery Life. Elevate Life... Read more
  • VetFit – Fitness and Recovery for Veterans

    If there is one thing that the current Toronto Invictus Games can teach us all, is that sports and fitness have an incredible capacity to give those suffering from injury, illness, and addiction a sense of belonging and an access point to healing and recovery. Together We Can believes... Read more
  • TWC ‘All My Relations’ Program – Building Communities

    On Saturday September 16, seven residents and one staff member from TWC's All My Relations Program assisted with the placing of planters and filling them with soil. Many of our residents have past experience with landscaping and labour work and this opportunity allowed them to strengthen and showcase their skills. Read more
  • Portugal’s Approach on Drugs – Medical Issue not Criminal Issue

    16 years after making a bold move to treat drug use as a "medical issue" rather than a criminal issue, Portugal is now experiencing one of the lowest rates of overdose in the EU second only to Romania. Read more