Thorpe Recovery Centre is a not for profit organization dedicated to providing client-centered and community-based addiction services. We are an accredited facility, providing Residential Treatment, a number of intensive treatment programs, and a recovery management program, too.
From our initial six clients in 1975, hailing from the Lloydminster area to the 700-plus individuals now helped annually from across Western Canada, Thorpe Recovery Centre continues to tailor each person’s treatment experience to meet their individual needs. Everyone’s history is uniquely their own – and we believe their recovery journey should be too. Each person who has walked through our doors has shaped our history and our future; for over 46 years, the development of our services has been based on the needs of our community. Regardless of our size, scope, or geographic outreach, the purpose of what we do remains the same – achieve wellbeing and happiness.
I think the program offers a really positive structured schedule that allows growth, vulnerability and communication. The staff was positive and supportive. I felt like I was in a safe environment. I am happy I came, the curriculum allowed me to maintain a solid foundation towards sobriety.
-Thorpe Alumnus, March 2021
Our facility has over 54,000 sq. ft. of naturally lit spaces including 74 treatment beds in semi-private dorm rooms on our 34 acre property in the prairies. All programming is gender-inclusive with the exception for small group sessions to work on gender-specific content. When not in sessions, participants have access to common areas which can be used for gathering together or for quiet reflection. Program participants will also have access to the gymnasium, fitness rooms, meeting rooms, outdoor courtyards, garden, and lecture areas. Our thoughtfully designed healthcare area is centralized ensuring our healthcare aids are accessible to all our clients, along with our medication room, ensuring our team is accessible as required.
Thorpe Recovery Centre is located on Treaty 6 Territory, a traditional meeting grounds, gathering place, and travelling route to the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis, Dene and Nakota Sioux. We acknowledge and thank all the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit whose footsteps have marked and cared for these lands for centuries.
Introducing: True Recovery Co. our very own recovery-positive clothing line!
Designed with you in mind, these pieces reflect the serenity, hope, and courage of your recovery journey. Proceeds from the sale of each True Recovery Co. item goes back into the services and programs at Thorpe Recovery Centre.
Wear Recovery With Pride.