IF IT WERE EASY, EVERYONE WOULD DO IT
We work with you to ensure the goals you set for yourself are attainable. We recognize that every person will have their own individual treatment plan tailored to their needs with tangible goals that help support you in life’s journey.
We offer group rates, educational seminars, outpatient treatment plans, couples therapy and private one-on-one sessions - all that can be tailored to your schedule and your needs.
Therapy timelines depend on your needs and where you are at. People tend to notice a shift in how they feel within 3-5 sessions. We believe in empowering and promoting independence so that a person is not dependent on a therapeutic relationship.
Whether you have insurance coverage, are Treaty Status, were referred to us through victim services or you are paying out-of-pocket, MT Recovery has you covered. If you have the courage to reach out, we are willing to give back any way that we can and have never turned anyone away.
We have you covered under most insurance companies and some allow us to direct bill so you pay nothing
Non-Insured Indigenous Health Benefits Program (NIHB), being Treaty/Status you will have a minimum of 22 sessions covered each year through MT Recovery (including private and all groups).
Victim Services (including private and all groups) – have L confirm if this is private and group sessions)
Out of pocket - We can work on a sliding scale which allows our clients to pay what they can afford at the time.
To ensure you get the most out of your treatment, we offer a 20-minute Meet and Greet consultation to discuss whether we are the right fit for you at no cost. The consultation can be done over the phone, in-person, via Zoom or via Telehealth.
Lauren is a Registered Social Worker, Certified Canadian Addiction Counsellor and Certified Life Coach and has worked with Mental Health and Substance Abuse for over 18 years. Lauren has worked within many capacities. She has worked within the non-profit sector and Sask Health Authority for almost 2 decades and also worked as the Program Director at Pine Lodge Treatment Centre in Indian Head. She has extensive education around trauma informed care and mental health and has always had a soft spot for anyone affected by substance abuse disorder.
Isabelle is a Registered Social Worker and has both professional (front line) and personal experience with helping others in their mental health journey. Isabelle has worked with people from all walks of life and has educational experience within the non-profit sector and the Sask Health Authority. She is client-centered and personable.