We are excited to announce that through a new property, the Sylvan Lake Project, we will be able to bring our Adeara programming to more women in need across Alberta in new ways. Read more about this new project in collaboration with The PAR Foundation, watch a video showing the property, and learn how you can support us in this effort. … Learn more
Together, we raised over $70,000 for women in need of long-term, community-based addiction recovery! Because of your help, more women desiring to escape from addiction and its associated traumas, homelessness and abuse can have access to our amazing residential and kid-friendly centre. We hope that you are incredibly proud of yourself, your team, and your community. … Learn more
What makes a new year so exciting? It represents a blank page ready to be filled with new prospects and adventures. It offers opportunities for growth and reflection, as we contemplate the challenges and triumphs of the past twelve months. … Learn more
In 2020, Adeara applied for the COVID-19 Mental Health and Addiction Community Funding Grant. This new grant funds initiatives that engage community members during the pandemic, aiming to improve coping skills, grow social connection, and implement healing activities that build mental wellness and resilience in the whole population. We are very excited to announce that through this grant, we received funding for three new projects! Read on to learn what we’ll be able to do in 2021 because of this grant.
Adeara Recovery Centre is grateful to receive the matching support of ATB with donations through their program, ATB Cares. As of February 1st, some changes have been made to the program. The following changes only affect future donations made through the ATB Cares website. … Learn more
Earlier this month, we announced we are participating in Coldest Night of the Year. It’s only been a few weeks since we began our fundraising campaign, but we have already hit our goal of 23 teams! Now, we’re bumping up our goal to 30 teams, and we’re asking you to join us. … Learn more
We are excited to announce that this February 20th of 2021, Adeara will be participating in Coldest Night of the Year! Coldest Night of the Year is a national event where families and community members can walk to raise money for charities serving people experiencing homelessness, hurt, and hunger. … Learn more
This year was Adeara’s first year hosting an at-home fundraising event! Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our regular formal Evening of Dreams Gala hosting up to 600 people was cancelled, and a virtual experience took its place. While it was a different gala than the one we are familiar with, it was an incredible opportunity to use modern technology to show what Adeara is like behind the scenes. … Learn more
The long-anticipated Recovery Coffee by The Wall Coffee Roasters is now available for purchase in Alberta!
Earlier this year, Adeara Recovery Centre and The Wall Coffee Roasters came together to discuss how the two could collaborate on a product that would support Adeara in a unique way. … Learn more
After 9 months of adjusting to COVID-19 and all the restrictions that have been placed, lifted and now placed again, we are thankful that our doors remain open with several families and women in the centre and our addiction recovery program remains in place. … Learn more