Let's travel together on your individualized road to recovery!
Prior to his passing, Brad had requested assistance for his addiction but refused the support he was offered as it was not geared for youth and young adults. Brad stated, “I can’t discuss my issues in a group of old men that remind me of my father if my father is the root of my issues”
In May of 2018, approximately 18 like-minded people came together to serve on the board of directors for Brad’s Place with a common goal of providing the services to youth and young adults that were lacking when Brad was looking for help.
Brad's Place provides youth and young adults an opportunity to seek therapeutic guidance to combat their drug and alcohol addiction within the Georgian Triangle Area. Clients have an opportunity to learn positive coping strategies for the stressors in their lives while obtaining a positive supportive relationship with their loved ones and trained Addiction Specialists. Brad's Place offers family members and loved ones an opportunity to be involved in every aspect of the clients care as well as gain the knowledge and skills to become a positive support.
The Board of Directors is comprised of family members of Brad Buckner, professionals within the field of Addictions, professionals within the field of Child and Youth Care, recovering addicts, members of the BIPOC and LGBTQ communities as well as concerned community members.
Brad's Place provides an individalized approach to addiction counselling for teenagers and young adults struggling to live sober, healthy lifestyles under the guidance and support of their family members and positive supports.
Brad's Place currently offers outpatient services, including in-person, online and telephone meetings.
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Brad's Place is proud be included in the Safe Space community!
A safe space is a space where LGBTQI+ communities can freely express themselves without fear. It is a space that does not tolerate violence, bullying, or hate speech towards LGBTQI+ communities.
A safe space does not guarantee 100% safety, rather, it’s a space that has your back if an incident (violence, bullying, or hate speech) were to occur.
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