Cheques and other payments should be made payable to Charlford House Society
Sometimes, as an individual hearing more and more tragic stories about the horrendous effects of addictions on society today, there is a feeling of hopelessness because it seems that we have been struggling with substance mis-use for years without nearing a solution. But we are here to tell you that there is hope. The women who have made the brave choice to start a journey of recovery and healing at Charlford House have proven that time and time again.
For 45 years now, we have offered a program of recovery to women from all over British Columbia who want to deal with their alcoholism and drug addiction. Many of our clients, who may otherwise have been living on the streets, now enjoy healthy, happy lives and contribute positively to society. The majority of them have rejoined their families and have full-time careers and, most importantly, they have shown that recovery is possible and in fact, has an even greater impact on those around them than active addiction had. The impact of recovery spreads to partners, children, employers, parents and friends in an ever widening circle of healthy change and new hope. Over our 45 years, we have seen hundreds and hundreds of women make those changes and enter into new lives. It is a series of miracles, one person at a time.
Although Charlford House Society does receive some government funding (Charlford House is a Licensed Care Facility, operating in the Fraser Health Authority jurisdiction), that funding does not cover all of our costs. We need your support in order to continue to keep the doors open. Charlford House is a registered Charitable Society and we will send you a tax-deductible receipt for any financial contribution you make of $20.00 or more.
We ask you to open your hearts and help these women, and our communities, by making a financial donation to Charlford House and help continue to make miracles happen. It is an opportunity for you to help another human being regain her life, and a way to make a difference in our world.