Aftercare Program

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Women’s Aftercare Program

Our Women’s Aftercare Program is designed to offer continued support to women who have successfully completed the 60-day treatment program. Our second stage houses offer structure and safety, and keep clients connected with the treatment community that is conducive to their long-term sobriety.

Aftercare Goals

  • Relapse prevention
  • Educational and Employment opportunities
  • Repairing relationships with family and friends
  • Self-esteem building

The Women’s Aftercare Program is an optional continuation of the program, with a custom-tailored plan for each client that chooses to participate for an additional fee. Our Aftercare Program is a continuation of support and offers any combination of in-person or remote counseling sessions, 12-step follow-up, community support.

The Aftercare Program Supports the Women During Transition

Returning to the community after being in a drug treatment program can be difficult for some women. Many can feel overwhelmed. Lots of emotions and stress can become challenging and some women struggle more than others. Turning to drugs to cope with the stress and emotions can happen. When women enter into the aftercare program they are provided support that helps to prevent relapse.

Educational & Employment Opportunitites

We offer support in finding educational and employment opportunities through our Case Management team. This service provides guidance and support in making resumes and cover letters, job and educational institution search assistance, and employment counseling. We also offer a Front Line Worker training program through our partners at InnerStart Training & Education. This is a 3 month training program that teaches the skills needed to work in a residential treatment environment. For more information about the Front Line Worker training program, go to innerstart.ca

What Our Clients Say

“I recently completed my 60 days at Hannah House. That was the most AMAZING experience of my life. When I think of my a-ha moment. I still get that same overwhelming feeling of gratitude. My whole life has had a complete turn around of my thoughts and attitudes about everything. Even just a little thank […]
Dorothy S
“My entire life up until now was consumed with addiction. I was born into the world of addiction, and it was all I knew. It took me to many dark places that I shouldn’t have survived, but I did, and I’m so grateful today to be alive. I’d been to quite a few treatment centers […]
Margo J
“I will never forget the day I walked through the doors at Hannah House. My life was to the point where I was unable to manage it and I desperately needed some help. I had been living a very unhealthy lifestyle for many years and over time I lost my family, friends and myself. I […]
Carrie E