To help people stop using alcohol and drugs (including prescription medications) or engaging in compulsive behaviours such as sex addiction, gambling and work addiction, etc.
To help those who suffer from addictions or addictive behaviours to set limits
To create a psychoeducational environment in which knowledge can be acquired and basic theories can be adapted and reworked
To establish a relationship of trust and develop skills to facilitate living with others
To explore different recovery support models to help patients adopt the model that suits them best
To encourage patients to find the motivation to make meaningful changes
To help patients adopt a well-being plan encompassing all aspects of their life as part of their recovery: links to the recovery community, physical health, emotional health, spiritual health, suitable housing and a healthy financial situation