Addictions treatment

Concrete is being poured this week on the second floor of the Red Deer Dream Centre. (Photo from Facebook)

Red Deer Dream Centre receives federal funding

Fundraising continues for operational expenses

 

FILE - Red Deer Mayor Tara Veer speaks out front of Red Deer City Hall on July 18, 2020, as a new addiction recovery community will be built in Red Deer was announced. (File photo by Advocate Staff)

City of Red Deer expects province to announce location for addictions treatment facility soon

Red Deer & District Chamber of Commerce gets update on provincial projects

 

Renovations and construction have begun at Red Deer Dream Centre. (Photo contributed)

Renovations underway at Red Deer Dream Centre

Christian-based addictions treatment centre

Renovations and construction have begun at Red Deer Dream Centre. (Photo contributed)
Lethbridge supervised drug site to shut down at the end of month

Lethbridge supervised drug site to shut down at the end of month

LETHBRIDGE — The operator of one of the busiest supervised drug consumption…

  • Aug 13, 2020
Lethbridge supervised drug site to shut down at the end of month
David Marsden: Finally, help for our neighbours who suffer from addiction

David Marsden: Finally, help for our neighbours who suffer from addiction

Red Deer will finally be provided with an addiction treatment centre. Soon,…

  • Jul 20, 2020
David Marsden: Finally, help for our neighbours who suffer from addiction
The revised plans for the Dream Centre feature a two-storey renovated building. (Contributed image).

Revised plans for a smaller Dream Centre get MPC approval

A new tighter financial climate prompted a scaled-down proposal

The revised plans for the Dream Centre feature a two-storey renovated building. (Contributed image).
Proponents of a $2-million plan to transform a former downtown nightclub into an addictions treatment facility hope to get work underway this June. (Photo contributed)

Dream Centre hopes to open by end of 2021

Abstinence-based addiction treatment centre

Proponents of a $2-million plan to transform a former downtown nightclub into an addictions treatment facility hope to get work underway this June. (Photo contributed)
(Photo by Advocate staff).

Red Deer denied funds for addictions treatment

Red Deer has been left off the list of communities that will…

(Photo by Advocate staff).
Alberta spending more than $80M on 4,000 addictions treatment spaces

Alberta spending more than $80M on 4,000 addictions treatment spaces

CALGARY — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, saying programs aimed at getting people…

Alberta spending more than $80M on 4,000 addictions treatment spaces