The Canadian Centre for Addictions Relocated to a New, More Upscale Facility

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The Toronto office recently relocated to a new, more comfortable, upmarket and professional space with better access for our alumni and clients in the Domo Building located at the corner of Sheppard and De Boers.

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We're very confident about the move; it's a good space. We are in the business of helping people, so the more comfortable we can make it, the better.

While the Centre experienced success at their previous location of 177 Sheppard, the Canadian Centre for Addictions felt that the space could be improved.

The new location allows for easier pedestrian access due to its close proximity to the Sheppard line subway.

For those who wish to drive, there is also better and more widely available parking space for clients and visitors alike. Clients have so far responded favorably to the move. The busy area also lends itself well to anonymity, an important factor for clients experiencing alcohol, drug and/or substance abuse accessing our care.

The new location is more modern and upmarket, while still offering a safe and comfortable space for clients.

"We're very confident about the move; it's a good space. We are in the business of helping people, so the more comfortable we can make it, the better," explained Darren Chilewitz, Business Development Specialist for the Canadian Centre for Addictions.

With their entire staff of skilled employees relocating with them, along with using more welcoming, modern facilities, the Canadian Centre for Addictions plans to improve and increase the frequency of their one-on-one sessions, offering undivided attention and care to clients and alumni.

About the Canadian Centre for Addictions

The Canadian Centre for Addictions offers evidence-based treatment in order to assess and treat their residents' addictions. Their three step recovery system helps ensure that treatment is long-lasting and not just temporary. The Centre offers individual counseling, group counseling, outpatient treatment, family therapy and more. To learn more, visit canadiancentreforaddictions.org.

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