Addiction is a complex condition characterized by the repeated use of a substance or engagement in a behaviour despite adverse consequences. It is a brain disorder affecting a person’s motivation, reward, and memory functions.
Substance use includes alcohol, cannabis, nicotine, and prescription or illegal drugs. Substance use can develop into problematic disorders and addiction, negatively impacting individuals and their lives.
Addiction and substance use can negatively impact your life, well-being, and those around you. Seeking treatment and support can help you manage your addiction and improve your overall quality of life.
Highly structured curriculums using a bio-social-spiritual approach that includes skills development, as well as abstinence from drugs or alcohol, to help patients move forward in long-term recovery.
Coming to the Homewood Health Centre is often the beginning of the recovery journey. Homewood offers different recovery management and outpatient programs that provide professional support and guidance to help individuals sustain their recovery.
Homewood’s recovery management initiatives focus on skill consolidation, relapse prevention, overall wellness, and the involvement of one’s family and support system. These offerings can be tailored to meet the needs of each client.
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People with substance use disorders and addiction may continue their behaviours despite negative consequences like losing relationships, jobs, injuries, and accidents. People can find long-term recovery with the right clinicians, program, support network, and recovery plan.
Homewood Touchpoint is an innovative, integrated, standardized measurement tool developed explicitly with our patients in mind.
Patients can better understand their recovery and work with their clinicians using friendly, graphical tools.
Clinicians can use this information to develop treatment plans and evaluate progress.