A rehab center in Calgary offers a special sleeping area for people who need a safe place to get some shut-eye, reports the Toronto Metro. 

Evashkevich said for him, the program has been a saving grace.

“I don’t usually get a good night’s sleep,” he said, explaining that he’s currently on a methadone program, treating a previous two-year-long fentanyl addiction, and works nights to avoid being kept up by his withdrawal symptoms.

He said the day sleep program is a sober program, which means it’s usually pretty quiet and without temptation.

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