Supportive Transitional Living in Recovery
(STLR) SUPPORTIVE TRANSITIONAL LIVING IN RECOVERY
—Supportive Recovery Programming for Adults
Day One Society’s STLR Program welcomes you into the next step of your recovery journey. In partnership with Canadian Mental Health Association Kamloops Branch, the program provides supportive recovery beds for adults at two locations in the city of Kamloops—at Emerald Centre on West Victoria Street and at a residential setting in downtown Kamloops. Everyone’s journey is different. We are here to help turn the thought of “one day I’ll get help,” into day one for adults to access the help they need to bring healing. We are committed to making everyone feel safe and supported.
Here is what you need to know:
STLR is an abstinence based program
Clients must be capable of a high level of self-care
Clients must demonstrate mental and emotional stability
Clients must be suited to a communal living environment
Clients must be willing to actively participate in programming as it relates to their individualized treatment plan.
Art, wellness and psychoeducational groups
Interior Health, Mental Health and Substance Use services
Support with education and employment needs
The STLR program accepts referrals from alcohol and drug counsellors, healthcare professionals and other community agencies. Self-referrals are also welcome.
The STLR program supports adults who are 19 years or older who have successfully completed detox and are continuing with outpatient programming with the intent to maintain their sobriety and develop an individual recovery plan in the community. Clients must be connected to services through Interior Health, Mental Health and Substance Use, or other community resources such as Alcoholics and /or Narcotics Anonymous, Wellbriety, SMART recovery, counselling or other health focused activities.
Housing is provided by our partner CMHA, Kamloops Branch.
Clients pay $550 for rent and $250 damage deposit.
Day One Society would like to thank the following funders/supporters of this program:
“Day One Society’s contribution as a starting point in stabilizing those who are suffering from active addiction before moving on to treatment/recovery centres is of great importance.”
(The Mustard Seed—Kamloops)