By partnering with Rise Wellness, clients access the same doctors that they are already comfortable with, who know their journey to recovery after treatment.
Online PR News – 15-September-2020 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Together We Can Drug & Alcohol Addiction & Recovery Education Society (TWC) has entered into a professional partnership with Rise BC Wellness Medical Clinic (Rise Wellness) to enhance our continuum of care for residents that have completed their primary treatment program. This partnership will give TWC residents and alumni low-barrier, easy access to healthcare professionals including access to pain and addictions physicians, and other specialized services. By working with trained addictions specialists, TWC clients and alumni will be able to access a personalized care-plan developed and maintained by the team of professionals at Rise Wellness. After-care is an often overlooked and underfunded piece of the recovery journey. With this partnership, clients of the TWC recovery program are afforded a greater opportunity to continually work on their medical and mental health issues with the team at Rise Wellness.
As a means to decrease burden on community resources, this partnership will help to alleviate some of the pressures currently being experienced by local hospitals and family physicians. By accessing addiction focused services, each patient of the clinic will receive the most up-to-date and informed practises that are being utilized in addiction recovery today. The team at Rise Wellness is always on a journey to stay updated on cutting edge medical and mental health developments. The team prides itself on professional development and being at the fore-front of quality care.
Rise Wellness is a progressive, multidisciplinary medical clinic providing pain management and addiction services. Lead by Joel Kailia MD, the clinic provides a well-rounded and high-quality service to its patients. As the head physician at Together We Can, Dr. Kailia and his team have already been working with our clientele to help stabilize medications, provide solutions to medical issues and support each individual in their personal medical needs. For more information about Rise Wellness, please visit http://www.risebc.com.
Together We Can Drug & Alcohol Addiction & Recovery Education Society is one BC’s largest, not-for profit substance misuse treatment programs. Now in its 27th year of operation, the society is able to help over 300 residents’ and their families access much needed support as they all work through the impacts of addiction. For more information on TWC and its specialized programs, please visit http://www.twcrecoverylife.org