Aurora Recovery Centre is a perfect place for those starting their journey to recovery.
Recovery For Life Is What We Stand For
Making the choice to reach out for professional help is always rewarding. Welcome to a lifetime of recovery.
Millions of people have achieved sustained recovery and you can too. We are a full service recovery centre located one hour north of Winnipeg, on the shores of Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba. Our program is built on the fact that addiction is a treatable illness. From our individualized treatment, to experienced and qualified staff, day one of your lifetime of recovery begins here.
This very moment can change your life forever. It gets better from here.
Treatment at Aurora Recovery Centre
We pride ourselves on creating a welcoming, inclusive and respectful environment. Treatment at Aurora is holistic, evidence-based, specialized and tailored to each individual.
Our recovery management system supports a full continuum of care, from assessment, to inpatient, to ongoing recovery management through continuing care for life.
We are staffed by experienced and credentialed, medical, therapeutic and clinical specialists whom we have hand picked for their dedication to bringing wellness to individuals, families and institutions suffering from the effects of addiction.
Strengths Based Perspective
All our therapeutic groups, individual counselling sessions, and psycho-educational components are presented from a strengths based perspective, that builds on the individuals existing assets.
As incredible as our facility and programming are, what makes Aurora truly amazing is our staff. A wonderful group of people who have dedicated themselves to helping others find their way out of the darkness of addiction and into the light of recovery.
Compassion & Respect
Everyone at Aurora is treated with compassion and respect, and we are deeply grateful to have such highly skilled, enthusiastic and kind people in all levels of our organization.
AURORA RECOVERY CENTRE IS HERE TO HELP
President & CEO
Chief Operating Officer
Director of Health & Wellness
Mark is the Director of Health & Wellness and a key member of the Clinical Counselling team at Aurora Recovery Centre.
Director of Activities & Events
Dr. Jonah Fulmore- M.D.
Dr. Andrea Fulmore MD
Mental Health Nurse
Executive Assistant to CEO
Client Care Supervisor/ Human Resources Manager
Front Desk Executive
Aurora Recovery Centre is a private, residential addiction treatment centre situated on the shores of Lake Winnipeg. On 25 acres of private land, set in the serenity of nature, we are located one hour north of Winnipeg, in Gimli, Manitoba. We are committed to providing high quality treatment to each individual in our care. Through our recovery management systems, we ensure foundations are solidly built for sustained recovery. Many of our staff are in recovery and we bring empathy, expertise, and encouragement to each individual and family we work with. We believe every member of our team has a real impact on the care we provide. Our employees enjoy a meaningful, professional, and friendly work environment. We provide opportunities for personal and professional development and everyone is treated with dignity and respect at Aurora. We are committed to employment equity, diversity and inclusion.
Aurora employs individuals in these areas:
We are currently looking for talented, enthusiastic individuals for the following positions:
Addictions Counsellor – 12 Step
Detox Management Unit (DMU)
Reporting to the Detox Nursing Supervisor, the RPN/RN/LPN (hereon referred to as Nurse) provides competent medical treatment and psychosocial interventions based on client (hereon referred to as member) needs. The Nurse is responsible for the implementation of Detox Management Unit (DMU) protocols to safely manage the detox process from alcohol and substances, in addition to helping identify and treat members’ mental health concerns as members of the interdisciplinary team, consistent with the philosophy and intent of Aurora Recovery Centre (ARC).
For more information about this position please email firstname.lastname@example.org
FIRST NATIONS CULTURE
Aurora Recovery Centre has the privilege of being located on the Western Shores of Lake Winnipeg, within Treaty no. 1 Territory.
Some of the sharing that has gone on over the years has included gratitude ceremonies weekly, sacred fires, Remembering loved ones ceremony which is a component of grief and loss monthly, full moon ceremonies, sharing circles, smudging, pipe ceremonies, drumming circles, water teachings, cedar baths, gender specific sweat lodge ceremonies, alumni sweat lodges as well as a variety of teachings. The sweat lodges are teaching, healing and sharing lodges. Some of the traditional work being done by our clients has included art, beading, making of medicine pouches, sewing of ribbon skirts, constructing dreamcatchers and the making of hand drums on an individual basis.
We also take the time to recognize, and pay our respects to events in our history and teach people about it from all walks of life. This might include recognition and acknowledgement of Orange Shirt Day or now known as Truth and Reconciliation Day. The events that took place in the Residential schools have affected those that attended but also the generations that have followed. We recognize them now as trauma and can be tied into understanding healing needed for those trauma’s as well as the addiction components.
Concerned Person’s Form
Below is concerned person’s form for significant others of patients in our care to complete. This is an opportunity for you to share your perspective on the patient as well as the impact addiction has had on you. We encourage you to share openly so the concerned person’s form can be used as a therapeutic tool.
We use the information you provide to bring clarity to the patient, to begin healing relationships and to help us design a recovery management plan that includes the larger perspective of the patient’s life.