Join Our Community

The Thorpe Recovery Centre is governed by the Walter A. “Slim” Thorpe Recovery Centre Society, a group of community members, alumni and former staff who work together to ensure the Centre is working efficiently with client safety as its top priority. Our Board of Directors are a group of invested individuals who take feedback from the Society and work with the Chief Executive Officer to achieve the strategic goals of the society. If this is of interest to you, we are always seeking new perspectives to help achieve our mission and vision.


Together we improve lives; through overcoming addiction and mental health concerns.


A leading, community based organization that provides strength, hope and healing through programming and support to those affected by addiction and mental health needs.


– Accountability
– Communication
– Respect
– Integrity
– Safety

Become a Society Member

Alumni Form
Society Member Information

To join please complete the Society Membership Application and enclose your membership fee of $25.00. This one-time fee goes towards the aims and objectives of the Society. As a regular member, you can vote in Society meetings and become elected as a Director of the Board if you meet the eligibility requirements.

Regular Membership Criteria:

– Must be a resident of Canada and at least eighteen (18) years of age.
– Regular Members cannot be an employee of or client that is actively participating in a residential treatment program offered by the Society. An Associate Membership is offered to those individuals.
– One-time fee of $25.00 for lifetime membership, until notice is received by the Board of Directors that the member wishes to revoke membership. Fee to be paid before member has voting rights at meetings.

Thorpe Recovery Centre adheres to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP) to ensure confidentiality. FOIP protects the privacy of your personal and confidential information. The Thorpe Recovery Centre does not trade, share or sell lists of any personal information with other organizations.

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