Donating items

*Pathways to Recovery is an incorporated not-for-profit and is not a registered charity.

From small one-time gifts to a recurring monthly contribution, your support can scale services, break down barriers and dismantle the status quo in substance use care. Your support has the power to save lives.

When you give to Pathways to Recovery, you add to the growing movement to see those with substance disorders are treated with respect and dignity. You see the Person first, recognizing substance use disorders are a class of health conditions, not a character flaw, and the stigma surrounding them must end. You want to understand substance use disorders are complex and will take innovative solutions to make a meaningful impact.


Our Gifts of Hope program work with patients, families, and front-line clinical staff to identify the unique patient wellness gaps in our system.

One-time gift or monthly giving

Being an agent of change is more than just a financial gift, it is a commitment to save lives and support those in our community that are most vulnerable.

Give in Memory

A gift in memory or in honour is a beautiful way to pay tribute to someone dear to you. With your support, we can save lives. With each donation, you have the option to send an e-card or printing card.

Gifts of Celebration

Whether you are celebrating a wedding, birthday, anniversary, retirement or life milestone, we are thrilled that you’re turning your celebration into an opportunity to gift hope to someone struggling with substance use.

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If you are interested in donating gently used items to directly support individuals.

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To improve the health and wellness of individuals while helping families and communities better understand the challenges of substance use health, complex mental health disorders, and illness from infectious diseases.

*Please note that Pathways to Recovery does not directly provide clinical services. If you are in crisis, please call 911 or visit your nearest Emergency Department.