Oasis invites you to be part of a movement that helps individuals who have made the decision to be free of drugs and alcohol and integrate themselves back into society by providing programs and services designed to help them to stabilize their recovery, overcome personal barriers, educate themselves and join the workforce by finding viable employment.
The programs are also available to family members and friends and to individuals in need – those who have employment barriers and have difficulty finding a job.
Liam Carey is an Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counsellor, Pre-Employment Facilitator and Life Skills Coach. Liam has played a major role at the Oasis Addiction Recovery Society for over 10 years and has a private practice called Celtic Corporate Services. He is also a Partner in Care at Turning Point’s Habitude™ Program facilitiating groups, individual and family counselling. Liam helps clients create employment opportunities that support healthy recovery. Training can many times be offered at no charge or for a minimal payment. The benefits of this type of support is priceless.
Liam attended treatment for his own addictions to alcohol and drugs and gambling in 1980 and has over 30 years of recovery and has found his calling working in the addictions field. He brings humour, creativity, dedication and a huge heart to his work and he helps people believe they are not too young, old, or too messed up to set and achieve new goals in their lives.
Liam is also involved in aftercare programs in Toronto where he facilitates Family Groups; teaching and training family members to become more empowered in their relationships.
Liam has been attending George Brown College as a guest Lecturer for the Career Counsellor Diploma Course for the special needs population for the past 3 years.
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