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Holiday season fundraising campaign

 Alcove Addiction Recovery Centre for Women is a non-denominational charity that has been a safe haven for hundreds of women fleeing domestic violence, who also suffer from addictions and mental health issues. Since 1972, we have offered residential treatment to those seeking to better themselves and the lives of their children.

The women who come to Alcove have suffered abuse, trauma, and mental health stress. Treating women with substance abuse requires trauma-informed, gender-specific treatment that allows women to find the root of their trauma to beat addiction.

Unique to Alcove is that the women are able to continue the healing process with their children intact, making the journey to sobriety 50% more effective.  In addition to providing individual and group therapy, Alcove's skilled team provides parenting classes, cooking classes, and more to help women get back to living a present, sober life.

What does the face of an addict look like?

Mother and Daughter

We are your daughters

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Your Donation Matters

Your donation means access to sobriety for Calgary's vulnerable women suffering from addiction, mental health issues and violence.

Loving Child

Feed one woman and one child per day at Alcove


Looking at the Flowers


Fund shelter for two women and two children 

Holding Hands

Fund a counselling session for one woman

Give a mother one life-skills group therapy session



Best Friends

Grant a mother weekly parenting workshops for 12 weeks



A donation of this amount provides immense support for so many women and children


Other Ways to Give

Share with your networks #hopeforher

and help make Alcove a charity of choice

this holiday season.
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Host a fun event during the holidays

with Alcove as your charity recipient.

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Make Alcove your charity of choice at

corporate challenges this holiday season

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For more information, please contact:

Paula Arnold

Communications and Fund Development 

(403) 984-2707

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