Anyone who has been affected by another person’s drinking or drug problem is welcome to participate in our programs. It is not a requirement for participants to have a family member or friend in treatment at Renascent. Renascent also welcomes Al-Anon members who seek additional support and education to strengthen their recovery and parenting skills.
Free Information Nights: Adults
Learn all about Renascent Family Care through free information nights held the first Tuesday of the month, 7 to 8:30 pm, in Toronto at 38 Isabella Street and the third Thursday of the month, 7 to 8:30 pm, in Brooklin at 90 Colston Avenue. Registration is not required.
- Call: Heather, 416-927-1202 ext. 4002
Free Information Nights: Young People
Family members aged 7-19 are welcome to learn about the programs Renascent offers for children and youth at free information nights held the first Tuesday of the month, 7 to 8:30 pm, in Toronto at 38 Isabella Street. Please RSVP:
- Call: Sunil, 416-927-1202 ext 3010
Essential Family Care
4 sessions facilitated through group counselling (in-class or distance learning format). Graduates can join our weekly support group.
- Call: Jennie, 416-927-1202 ext. 4012
Wednesdays at 7:30pm.
Sullivan Centre, 90 Colston Ave, Brooklin, ON
Kids work with a caregiver to learn about addiction, express their feelings and develop problem-solving and self-care skills (4-day intensive)
- Call: Sunil, 416-927-1202 ext. 3010
Move your personal and family recovery forward at your pace. Ask about our Youth Counselling (ages 7 and up).
- Call: Heather, 416-927-1202 ext. 4002 or Sunil, 416-927-1202 ext. 3010
Wednesdays at noon
Wright Centre, 38 Isabella St., Toronto
No one is turned away: Through the generosity of donors, Renascent makes the commitment to never turn away anyone due to lack of funds. Renascent receives no government support for its family programs so we are entirely dependent on donations and the commitment of our clients to pay what they can – to keep the doors open for the next family in need.