Founded in 1993, with locations in Metro Vancouver and on Vancouver Island, Together We Can Addiction Recovery & Education Society is one of Canada’s leading treatment centres for men.
Our mission is to educate and support men and families who desire a new life in recovery.
Together We Can provides over 300 men with 60-90 days of recovery focused addiction treatment followed by supported recovery housing opportunities in a therapeutic residential setting.
Our continuum of care includes residential and outpatient addiction treatment, supported recovery living, continuing care, alumni initiatives and a support program for families which form an integrated approach to recovery.
We are a licensed healthcare service provider through Vancouver Coastal Health. As a registered charity, we are dedicated to building positive and enduring relationships with families, donors, community partners, and Government.
Together, we can rebuild lives, heal families and strengthen communities. Thank you for your generous support.
Capital Project Goal: $60,000 per year
The TWC Capital Project Fundraising Goal is a campaign designed to maximize the impact our organization is able to have, and ultimately assist us in increasing the number of lives we save. We are seeking to raise $60K per year, which will be designated towards footprint expansion in the form of our new Resource Centre, as well as maintenance and refurbishment of existing facilities.
- The Resource Centre is designed to house all specialized care providers, and ultimately facilitate a vastly increased program of therapies, support systems and educational endeavours.
- The portion committed to modernization efforts will see that a renovation of our dining facilities takes place. Funds will contribute to the purchase of new appliances, flooring, ventilation and additional safety features.
Fallen Sons Project Goal: $40,000 per year
The TWC Fallen Sons Project is in place with one explicit purpose: to honour the memory of fallen sons lost too early to addiction. With a yearly $40K target, the scholarship offers beds in our industry-leading treatment programs, as well as education grants for alumni who are now staff. TWC boasts counsellors on staff who have become group facilitators and addiction counsellors as a result of the Fallen Sons Project scholarship. The treatment placements that the Fallen Sons Project offers is exclusively available to those who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford them. TWC believes that every man, regardless of their age, race, or demographic group, should be afforded the opportunity to turn their life around. The Fallen Sons Project offers scholarships to those who demonstrate a clear hunger for life, but are stuck due to a lack of funds and family support.
With your support, Together We Can rebuild lives, heal families and strengthen communities.
WAYS TO DONATE
Together We Can Addiction Recovery & Education Society is a registered Canadian charity #140672130RR0001.
There are several ways you can support Together We Can Addiction Recovery & Education Society.
When you donate online through Canada Helps, you can choose to support us through a general donation, a donation to the Street Reach program or to the Fallen Sons Memorial fund. All donations are tax deductible.
Donate by Mail
To donate by cheque or money order, please mail your donation directly to:
Together We Can
2831 Kingsway Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5R 5H9
Please ensure you include a return address for tax receipt purposes.
If you or your business have a service or product that you feel might be helpful, please contact us. We welcome all gifts-in-kind.
The United Way
Donations made to the United Way may be designated directly to Together We Can.
* Gift Policy – Together We Can is grateful for all donations. When donations are received for specific projects or initiatives (restricted gifts), TWC will apply your donation to its designated purpose. When the need for the designated purpose has been fully met, we will apply your donation, or the balance of it, to our general operating fund, which is used towards advancing our charitable purpose of offering addiction recovery and education to men and families.