In North America 1-877-523-8369 In Southern Ontario 905-523-8369

Support for the entire family

“Recovery from addiction is best achieved through a combination of self-management, mutual support, and professional care provided by trained and certified professionals.”   ( CSAM and ASAM)


Turning Point’s Habitude™ Program can offer  a structured 2 year after care program for Alumni Clients and their families. Alumni can participate in any weekly group meetings at the residence as long as they are substance free at no extra charge. Clients and families continue to stay in touch with the Addiction Team for years after they have completed the program.

Take a minute and check out the testimonials…… and then

Call 1-877-523-8369 to inquire about Comprehensive Individualized Programming or purchasing an aftercare package for your continuum of recovery.


Why is Group Support so Important?

Addiction recovery support groups are vital for long term recovery. Finding the right support group is just as important. Support groups can give you new insight and knowledge into your addiction, but more importantly, they can provide you with strength and courage to go ahead and beat your addiction.

When looking for a support group to treat your drug addiction, you should find one that makes you feel comfortable. Try to find one that has members around your own age. It’s often easier to talk to people who are going through the same stage of life as you are.

Finding a support group for your drug addiction is such a huge component of your recovery, it should not be overlooked. Look around and pick the right one for you. And know that you’re not alone in your addiction – or your recovery!

For more information on Group Support in your community, click on one of the links below, and search your city.


SMART Recovery - Self Management and Recovery Training


How 12 Step Groups Work


The Habitude™ Wellness Centre will offer a support night for family members, those in early recovery and those with long term recovery that could lend a hand to their peers. This is about People getting back their sense of community and knowing that there are others who understand, and are there to offer guidance and support.

Where: Prince of Peace Church – 1299 Brant St. Burlington, ON.
When: Mondays – 7-9pm
ConnexOntario provides free and confidential health services information for people experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs, mental illness or gambling.  They are funded by the Government of Ontario.

ConnexOntario operates three helplines:

Their lines are live answer 24/7, confidential and free