frequently asked questions.
Is the ROAD program right for me?
ROAD Youth Recovery is a drop-in program for individuals ages 16 – 29. Though our group focuses on recovery methods to aid individuals dealing with mental health and/ or substance abuse issues, members do not have to be diagnosed with one or the other to participate. ROAD offers a supportive community for any youth in need.
When and where are ROAD meetings?
Oakville ROAD meetings take place every Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30PM at the Anglican Church of the Incarnation. 1240 Old Abbey Ln, Oakville, ON L6M 3Y4.
Burlington ROAD meetings take place every Tuesday evening from 630PM to 830PM at St. Luke’s Anglican Church. 1382 Ontario St, Burlington, ON L7S 1G1
What Does “ROAD” stand for?
ROAD stands for “Recovery, Opportunity, Action and Development.”
ROAD offers an environment that "promotes recovery, creates opportunity, supports positive action, and inspires personal development."
Who can come?
Any individual ages 16 – 29.
What will I gain by attending ROAD support groups?
Members who regularly attend our groups and classes will develop a better sense of self, purpose, and community, and learn how to maintain sobriety and good mental health through practical and applicable practices.
Are there any costs associated?
Cost of attendance is free. This program has been generously funded by the Halton Community Investment Fund.