Keystone Program

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A recovery sober living house (Residential Recovery) where mutual accountability, shared responsibility for community life and programming combine to provide an environment of healing.

For more information on the program, contact us at (780) 490-6501 or ecoh.keystone@salvationarmy.ca.

Who We Are

Keystone is a recovery sober living house (Residential Recovery) where mutual accountability, shared responsibility for community life and programming combine to provide an environment of healing.

 

There are many steps to rebuilding your life - one is having a great place to live. The philosophy behind Keystone is based on the best practices of successful 2nd Stage Recovery.

Urban Traveler

Why aren't they doing this program everywhere; I'm learning so much I never knew before.

Keystone participant

Holistic Program Approach

We provide:

  • Counselling

  • Spiritual / emotional supports

  • Groups

  • Group activities / recreation

SPURS Program

SPURS is a life skills program offered to the participants in Keystone. The SPURS program provides a holistic educational experience that develops a comprehensive set of skills, solidifying your recovery foundation.

The SPURS program is designed to build resources that enable participants to move towards making healthier choices when they are coping with stress and adversity. This is done by developing behaviours, routines, and activities that nurture all aspects of health and wellness.

  • Daily activities

  • Daily recovery focused groups

  • Weekly meal shares

  • House meetings

  • 24/7 staff supports

Program Admission Criteria

Individuals who are interested in becoming part of the Keystone Program must complete a first stage treatment program.

We welcome Participants who are a minimum of eighteen (18) years of age and who identify as male.

 

We also ask that you agree and are willing to:

 

  • Not use alcohol or illegal/elicit substances while in the program (testing required).

  • Be able to safely manage two flights of stairs.

  • Agree to attend program meetings and events as scheduled (5-10 hours assigned per week).

  • Be willing to share accommodations.

  • Be willing to fully engage with the program.

  • Be suitable and active in the community-style living at the house.

To apply to the program,

download the Intake form.