Our treatment facility is a 20,000 square foot Municipal Heritage Building that was built in 1927. We have 22 beds with Private and Semi-Private bedrooms on 6 beautiful acres of manicured grounds
Ardyth Clark, Our Founder
Ardyth Clark has worked tirelessly to assist alcoholics and
addicts whom suffer. She celebrated her retirement in October of 2016 after 8 years of long hours and hard work to establish
We provide a unique client centred back to basics alcohol and drug treatment programming that is delivered by a
skilled, empathetic and caring staff in a family-like setting utilizing the 12 Step
approach to addiction recovery.
Back to Basics
Join us for our open meetings, twice weekly! Come share the message of hope and healing! All are welcome!
NA 8pm Every Monday
AA 8pm Every Thursday
When I came to this place, I didn't lose my house, job or all my friends, but what I did lose was myself. My rock bottom was "being sick and tired of being sick and tired". What Dan, Ardyth and Gary and other clients have done for me is more than I could ever have imagined. Coming here, I had no clue what the twelve Step Program was. As I was taken through the steps, my life started changing for the good. Now that I am done, I have learned the importance of the 12 Steps to recovery. It is not something you do just in treatment, but through life which makes you a good person -- as long as you are "Honest, Open Minded, and Willing. That is H.O.W. it works!
Cory B. Niagara Falls, Ontario
There is something about this place a stillness, a comfort that embraces you when you first get here.
You want to be a part of it,to find a corner that could be yours.
A room where the large windows could let light into your life, your heart.
Where the thick walls could protect you, a patch of trees where the branches could shelter you from the blowing wind.
But this place could never be yours alone.
It was never meant to be, and you cannot be selfish, it must be shared.
For when you come and rest and wonder at this place, this solace you leave a little of your heart behind for the next soul to find.
Jacqueline Hoffman, April 10, 2009
Words are not enough to describe our facility, get to know us better with photos and video
House of Hope
Have you heard of our book House of Hope? Published in Dec, 2013 and holds many stories of addiction and recovery
frequently Asked Questions
Our FAQ page can help clarify things so that you know what to expect! It is completely normal for our clients,
their families and loved ones to have questions before entering treatment.
Like many of you, we've lost friends and family to the dreaded disease of addiction, they are missed!
We are intimately aware that drugs and alcohol can kill.
You are not alone, we are here to help!
If you or someone you know is suffering from addiction and you need help NOW. Every hour is important, please take action
and Contact Us today.