Last week, the BCMEA announced that it would provide a 5,000 dollar contribution for the program, which will support leading edge software options that are a critical element of the Recovery House's aftercare program in support of those transitioning out of the Prince Rupert location.The “My Recovery Plan” software system will be accessible to the facility’s staff and clients, allowing them to assess a client’s needs and formulate a transition plan outside of the Assisted Living Facility. The Trinity Men’s Recovery society has established a new Aftercare Program Coordinator position who will oversee implementation of the tool.
"No investment is more important than an investment in people.Through our work with Prince Rupert’s waterfront workforce and employers, we recognize that a sustainable port community is one that provides effective support to those who are struggling with alcoholism and addictions.
|The 11th Avenue East Trinity Recover house|
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