SERVICES DE SOUTIEN LOCAUX

Crisis & Help Lines

Call or Text: 9-8-8

We are here to listen

If you are thinking about suicide, or you’re worried about someone else, we want to help.
Call or text 9-8-8 toll free, any time — lines are open 24/7/365

Information and FAQ: https://988.ca/get-help/what-to-expect

1 866-856-9276

La « Warm Line » régionale offre gratuitement un soutien par les pairs de 18 h à 12 h, 365 jours par année (sauf les jours fériés).

Des travailleurs ayant reçu la formation nécessaire qui ont une expérience vécue de problèmes de santé mentale sont là pour fournir aux personnes qui appellent un soutien et de l’empathie sur le plan de la santé mentale.

1 888-688-6677

NORS est une ligne téléphonique de prévention des surdoses pour les Canadiens qui vous offre un soutien affectueux, confidentiel et sans jugement, où que vous soyez

Appelez OU envoyez un message texte( Canada seulement): 1-888-688-NORS (6677)

Utilisez l'application mobile Brave Technology Corp (mondiale): L'application Brave The Brave App

Échange par texto avec un répondant aux crises.
Texte PARLER au 686-868

Tu préfères appeler quelqu’un pour parler de ce qui te préoccupe?
Compose le 1-800-668-6868

Jeunesse, J'écoute (JJ) est le seul service national 24/7 qui offre des services bilingues (anglais et français) d’intervention professionnelle, des ressources et du soutien par texto aux jeunes.

For all young people in Canada — When you can’t talk about it, text about it. You can end the conversation at any time.
No Problem Is Too Big Or Too Small To Talk To A Trained Volunteer Crisis Responder.

705-222-6472

Soutien téléphonique offert par les pairs de 8 h 30 à 16 h, ainsi que de 18 h à 12 h par l’entremise de la « Warm Line » régionale (1 866 856-9276). « Warm Line » régionale between 6 p.m. and midnight (1-866-856-9276)

Timmins & Area:

705-267-8100 en semaine de 8h30 à 16h30

705-264-3003 ou 1-888-340-3003, les soirs et les week-ends

District wide:

Please call 1-833-456-4566 toll free, or visit Talk Suicide Canada.

705-474-1031

Ligne de crise ouverte à tout le monde 24 heures sur 24.

1-877-767-7572

Let Us Help!

The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is proud to offer a 24HR Mental Health and Addictions (MHA) Crisis Line. For culturally specific mental health and addiction supports for adults, youth, and families in Ontario (available in English and French).

Once connected services can be delivered in person, over the phone, or by video conference.

For non-urgent matters, referrals to the MHA programs, or for help navigating mental health and addictions services in your community please contact our confidential support services at:

Toll Free Number: 1-800-263-4889 Ext. 7
Email: MHA@metisnation.org

Justice Support Services

CMHA Cochrane Timiskaming: (705) 267-8100

Maureen Harkin, Justice Case Manger

Contact: 705-567-9596

Court Outreach

The Court Outreach component provides advocacy, and support to individuals (youth and adults) presently involved or at risk of being involved in the court system. Court Outreach works closely with other partners in the criminal justice system to divert individuals meeting criteria from the judicial system and into appropriate supports and services.

Intensive Case Management

Intensive Case Management provides support to individuals that come into conflict with the criminal justice system, and require support to reduce the risk of further criminal arrest and remain independent in the community. The Justice case manager works with clients to develop and work towards their identified goals. This includes:

  • individualized assessment and planning;
  • service co-ordination (linking people with services and supports);
  • systems advocacy/resource co-ordination.

Release from Custody

This service provides short term, intensive case management support to individuals who are presently incarcerated or in the process of being released from custody.  Services are offered to facilitate a smooth transition back to the community, reduce recidivism, and enable a recovery-focused lifestyle.

VSTD’s non-profit agency offers confidential assistance in order to help victims in times of crisis. We work closely with other community agencies to ensure that each individual we serve has access to efficient and comprehensive service.

300 Armstrong Street North,
New Liskeard, Ont, P0J 1P0

Tel: (705)-647-0096

E-mail: ed@tdvictimservices.ca
ou pc@tdvictimservices.ca

12 Steps Groups (NA, AA, Family Groups)

Hôtel Microtel, 350, ch. Government O., Kirkland Lake
En personne
19h - lundi
19h - jeudi

Église Emmanuel United Church, 62 5th Ave, Englehart
En personne
20h - mardi

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Église Trinity United Church, 53, av. Duncan S., Kirkland Lake
En personne
20 h – vendredi, dimanche et mardi

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Sous-sol de l’église St. Elizabeth’s Roman Catholic Church, avenue Harmony, Temagami
En personne
19 h 30 – mardi

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Mother of Perpetual Help Church

81 Maple St N, New Liskeard.

En personne
10:30 AM, every Saturday

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St. Paul’s United Church

70 Wellington St S, New Liskeard.

En personne
8:00PM on Wednesday

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Église Good Shepherd Church, 139 Second St., Englehart
19 h – jeudi

Amis et membres de la famille d’une personne ayant un problème lié à la consommation de substances

Holy Name Hall, 37, rue Kirkland O., Kirkland Lake
19 h 30 – mercredi

Counseling

SERVICES OFFERTS SANS RENDEZ-VOUS ET PAR TÉLÉPHONE Les bureaux de Timmins, de Kirkland Lake et de New Liskeard de l’ACSM-CT offrent des services SANS RENDEZ-VOUS et PAR TÉLÉPHONE.

  • Du lundi au vendredi, de 8 h 30 à 16 h 30. Pour assurer l’accessibilité des programmes, chaque bureau a des heures prolongées un jour par semaine.

Il n’est pas nécessaire d’avoir un rendez-vous ni de se faire adresser aux services. Il suffit de se présenter au bureau ou d’appeler pour parler immédiatement avec un intervenant en santé mentale et en traitement des dépendances.

Kirkland Lake: 705-567-9596

New Liskeard: 705-647-4444

Timmins: 705-267-8100

CMHA Website also recommended to following services:

Free online peer support and self management tool https://togetherall.com/en-ca/

Breaking Free: Free confidential wellness and recovery support program https://www.breakingfreeonline.ca/

Mino M’shki-ki offers clinical services including Mental Health and Addictions Counselling.

Website: https://minomshkiki.ca/

Email: healthteam@minomshkiki.ca

New Liskard Location

421 Shepherdson Rd, New Liskeard, ON P0J 1P0

705-647-7855 Ext. 3000

Kirkland Location

705-647-7855 Ext. 2100

Free Addiction Counselling offered by Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF).
Visit: www.caccf.ca/get-a-head/

When life’s got you down, One Stop Talk is here for you.

https://onestoptalk.ca/

If you’re 17 and under, you can instantly connect with a therapist and develop a plan together to move forward and feel better.

Fournitures Des Réduction Des Méfaits

247 Whitewood Avenue
New Liskeard
Monday – Friday
8:30 AM-4:30PM Closed from 12-1PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

63 Fifth Street
Englehart
Tuesdays
8:30 AM-4:30PM Closed from 12-1PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

31 Station Road N.
Kirkland Lake
Monday – Friday
8:30 AM-4:30PM Closed from 12-1PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

345 Cecil St, Haileybury, ON P0J 1K0

705-672-2128

9AM—5PM; 7 days/week

Women Only
Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

15 Government Rd E, Kirkland Lake, ON P2N 1A2

705-567-1777
Monday-Friday
8:30AM-4:30PM

Women Only
Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

20 May Street
New Liskeard
Monday – Friday
8:30 AM-4:30PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

5 Kirkland Street W.
Kirkland Lake
Monday – Friday
8:30 AM-4:30PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

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Englehart
Monday-Thursday 8AM-5PM
Friday 9AM-4PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

368 Main Street
(Smallman’s) Haileybury
Monday—Friday
10AM—6PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

421 Shepherdson Road
New Liskeard
Monday—Friday
9AM—4:30PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

109 Burnside Road
Kirkland Lake
Monday—Friday
9AM—4:30PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

14 Armstrong Street N.
New Liskeard
Monday—Friday 9AM—6PM
Saturday—10AM—4PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

6729 Hwy. 11N
Temagami
Monday—Friday 9AM—5:30PM
Saturday—9AM—1PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

71 Front Street
Elk Lake
Monday – Thursday 8:30AM-4PM Closed from 12-1PM

Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

15 Godfrey St, Larder Lake, ON P0K 1L0

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61 Connell Ave, Virginiatown, ON P0K 1X0

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Provides sterile safer injection and safer inhalation supplies Also offer safe disposal of used equipment and additional education resources for safer use.

Traitement

  • CMHA – New Liskeard: 705-647-4444

20 May St S, New Liskeard, ON P0J 1P0

  • Englehart Family Health Team: 705-544-2321

63 5th St, Englehart, ON P0J 1H0

  • CMHA – Kirkland Lake: 705-567-9596

Kay Building, 5 Kirkland St E, Kirkland Lake, ON P2N 1N9

Addictions counseling and treatment options, including methadone and suboxone programs.

Walk-ins are welcome.

Address: Smallman’s Pharmacy, 368 Main Street,
Haileybury, ON

Time: Monday : 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday : 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Phone: (705)672-1044

Website: http://www.northwoodrecovery.ca/

29 Government Rd E, Kirkland Lake
705-567-7778

Substance use support, walk ins welcome

Northern Drugs offers:

  • Opioid Agonist Therapy, including methadone, suboxone, sublocade, kadian, etc. based on clinical needs.
  • Harm reduction supplies
  • Sharps disposal program

Address: 14 Armstrong St N,

New Liskeard, ON P0J 1P0

Phone: 705-628-2179

Email: northerndrugstemiskaming@gmail.com

 

Guardian Cobalt Pharmacy offers:

Phone: 705-679-2146
Fax: 705-679-2148
Email: cobaltpharmacy@gmail.com
Address: 24 Prospect Ave, Cobalt, ON P0J 1C0

Peer Support, Grief, and Family Support

Kirkland Lake area, Virginiatown, and Larder Lake.

Brian, Peer Support Worker

Phone: 705-648-5406

Email: thebeckspert@gmail.com

 

Northern Star offers two drop-in centers throughout the district, self-help groups dealing with issues like emotions, coping skills, assertiveness training and life skills.

Contact: 705-647-7566.

Or contact CMHA: 705-647-4444 extension 1 for the direct line to speak with the Walk-in, Call-in Team.

Courses offer by AIDS Bereavement and Resiliency Program of Ontario

  1. Grief Basics: Learning more about our grief and the grief of our colleagues, clients, and communities to develop a shared language for solidarity and support.
  2. When Grief Comes to Work: Managing grief in the workplace.
  3. Peer Engagement Facilitator Training (for peer support workers).

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Holding Hope Groups are peer-led support groups, offered at no cost, to families with loved ones living with addiction (substance use disorder) across Canada.

*VIRTUAL SUPPORT GROUP FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES (VIA ZOOM)
antoinette.stca@momsstoptheharm.com

*VIRTUAL SUPPORT GROUP 4 GUYS (VIA ZOOM)
HoldingHope4Guys@gmail.com

For more information please visit: holdinghopecanada.org

 

Healing Hearts

Peer Support After a Loss from Substance Use Related Causes. Healing Hearts support groups offer an open-format peer-led model of support. The group facilitators have lived experience and have personally lost a loved one to substance related harms.

Contact form: https://www.healingheartscanada.org/contact 

North Bay: healingheartsnorthbay@gmail.com

Rural Area Online SUPPORT GROUP: healingheartscanadavirtual@gmail.com

What do I tell the kids? How do I support them?

KidsGrief.ca is a free online resource that helps parents support their children when someone in their life is dying or has died. It equips parents with the words and confidence needed to help children grieve life’s losses in healthy ways.

 

Services Sociaux

Kirkland Lake and Temiskaming Shores
Toll Free: (888) 544-5555
https://www.dtssab.com/

Programs include:

  • Ontario Works provides financial and employment assistance to people in temporary financial need.
  • Children’s Services: manage the delivery of child care and early years educational programs for children from 0 to 12
  • Housing Services looks after rent-geared-to-income assistance housing, affordable housing, home repair programs, homelessness prevention, housing allowance and rent supplement programs.

www.temiskamingsa.ca

Temiskaming Shores
(705) 647-3743

Kirkland Lake
(705) 567-5877

  • Emergency shelter (referral only)
  • Hope Haven Men’s Transitional Housing (Please contact)
  • Bus Transportation (Medical appointments, family emergencies)
  • LEAP Hydro One utility Assistance.
  • Children’s Summer Adventure Camps
  • Adult Summer Camps
  • Clothing
  • Coats4kids
  • Back to school supplies.
  • Christmas Hamper food distribution.

Kirkland Lake and Haileybury

1-888-871-9090 (Toll Free)

www.pavilionwc.com

Emergency shelter for women and their children.

Crisis support and ongoing counselling for women with lived experience of:

  • Intimate partner violence
  • Sexual assault
  • Historical abuse
  • Other forms of violence against women

705-647-0096 or 705-568-2154.
https://www.tdvictimservices.ca/

Provide confidential crisis assistance and support for anyone who has experienced any crime or tragic circumstance, including:

  • Assault
  •  Break & Enter
  •  Criminal Harassment/Stalking
  •  Cyber Crime
  •  Elder Abuse
  •  Fire
  •  Hate Crime
  •  Homicide
  •  Human Trafficking
  •  Intimate Partner Violence
  •  Missing Persons
  •  Property Crime
  • Sexual Violence
  • Sudden Death/Suicide

Kirkland Lake Area
705-567-9238
Temiskaming Shores Area
705-672-5244
https://www.northerncollege.ca/employment-services/

Free services for anyone:

  • Job search assistance, job matching and placement, job retention support and follow-ups.
  • Better Jobs Ontario program may help you retrain for a new in-demand career (up tp $28,000 in paid support for tuition, living expenses, and more).
  • Can even help people who have been unemployed for six months or more, laid-off workers and gig workers.

Safe Bed Facility for Temiskaming Shores & Area

https://www.zackscrib.org/

183 Broadwood Avenue

PO Box 1778

New Liskeard, ON, P0J 1P0
705-648-1747

Banques Alimentaires

65 6th Avenue
Englehart
Phone: 705-961-0641 or 705-544-2826
Fridays 10AM-12PM

Located in the basement of the building behind Town Hall (go around back) First time visitors complete a form.

260 Whitewood Avenue
New Liskeard
Phone: 705-647-4115
Call Wednesdays between 10:00 am – 12:00 p.m. to book an appointment.
Appointments are scheduled on Wednesdays 1:00 p.m – 2:30 p.m.

Facebook page

6 Sylvanite Avenue
Phone: 705-567-5877
Open by appointment

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500 Broadway Street
Phone: 705-672-2119
Open Thursdays 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

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22 Earle Street, Cobalt
Phone: 705-679-1197

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The food bank is located on 22 Earle Street in Cobalt and is run by a group of committed volunteers who raise funds, collect food, shop for groceries, stock the food bank and disburse food to needy individuals and families within the municipalities of Cobalt, Coleman and Latchford.

Open Wednesday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Community services at the Town of Cobalt

65 Sixth Avenue
Phone: 705-961-0641 or 705-544-2826

Open Fridays 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Accessible at the Temiskaming Shores Public Library during opening hours.

285 Whitewood Ave W, New Liskeard, ON P0J 1P0

Get Direcitons

Monday: 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
Tuesday: 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
Wednesday: 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Services for Indigenous Peoples in Ontario

Learn about residential and non-residential mental health services and support. Get treatment for mental health and addiction, including crisis intervention, suicide prevention and counselling.

Cliquer ici to find:

Crisis Team Program

Indigenous mental health and addiction treatment and healing centres

Mental health day programs

Find healing, health and wellness services, including counselling, advocacy, residential and day programs, referrals and translation services.

Cliquer ici for:

Community Wellness Workers

Healing lodges

Health navigators

Health Outreach Workers

Outpatient hostels (Timmins and Kenora)

Get an Indigenous language translator for health care

Services Outside of Timiskaming District: Treatment/Detox/Recovery

North Bay

Addiction Services
393 Oak Street West
North Bay, ON P1B 2T2
705-472-2873
Fax: 705-472-6442

Reach CMHA and ask to be transferred.

Co-ed 90-day programming, in person meetings, and personal counselor,

Sudbury
8am-4pm
705-674-4193

In house treatment programs, assessment done in person or by phone. Free, through self-referral, or agency.

Aftercare available for people living/staying in the area (out patient Day treatment using arm reduction approach vs. Abstinence Monday-Friday 10-3.

Men: There is an aftercare home (after in house tx), geared to income, where residents can stay up to another 6 months. Housing and parenting programs available. Residents are with a buddy for the first few weeks, then can go out in the community alone.

Women: In house residential 5 weeks, with an aftercare home, geared to income, up to 8 months afterwards.

Community Withdrawal Management

700 Ross Ave E
Timmins, ON
P4N 8P2

705-267-6315
705-264-3003
Fax: 705-264-6525
www.tadh.com

In-house detox beds and sublocade treatment available.

Timmins
8am-4:30pm
705-268-2666

28 day program (with possible extensions as needed). It is mostly self-referral, but agency, or peer referrals can help. Daily programing includes meditation,  physical health work, CBT/DBT, healing circles based around PTSD healing and, dealing with trauma, aboriginal teachings, a once a week one on one with a personal counsellor. Food is very good. Free Funding. Residents are asked to do basic cleaning and upkeep. Three in person meetings a week, with access to Zoom. Clients can then register to a longer term treatment centre if they need it. They have a dedicated doctor and medical team, and deal with methadone, suboxone, and sublocade, as well as physical and mental health issues. Med are dispensed by staff 3X per day. Residents attend a store for snacks, and cigarettes (allowed) 2X a week. They will not release a resident with no place to go.

They also have a safe bed side, for emergency detox, homeless coupled wih SUDS, and justice beds available. A nurse is on staff there 24/7. And yu basically sleep, eat, watch TV and try to feel better, with the goal of transferring over to the other side . General stays here are 2 weeks, but can be 6 weeks or even longer. They are CO-ED, with around 12 in house treatment beds. They have counsellors trained in dealing with dual diagnosis.

Smooth Rock Falls, ON
P0L 2B0
www.srfhosp.ca
Fax: 705-338-4580

Residential in patient support services (20-28 days) tx

Call intake, do phone assessment

If bed is available, you have 24 hours to get there

If no bed available, call every day at 8:00 am until one is available.

 

Elliot Lake
Barbara Ridley – Director
24 Hours
705-848-2129

Family co ed

Hearst
8am-4:30pm
705-362-4289
www.maisonrenaissance.com

Free, services offered 100% in French, men and women, in house treatment program.

Therapeutic approach based on respect, empathy, and understanding the individuial need of the client. Clinical team consists of well educated workers that are trained in dual diagnosis, SUD, and codependancy. 28 days program .Info sessions and in person 12 Steps programs in the community or via Zoom. They have : group therapy, education sessions, one on one counselling, educational films, learning the 12 Steps, personal work as needed. Learn to deal with stress, communication, self-affirmation, relapse causes, learning to live a positive lifestyles after treatment. Provides mental health and SUD treatment/counselling. They have an aftercare program that last as long as the client needs it, and the also Provide a Family Program for helping rebuild family affected by SUD.

Sault Saint Marie
705-759-4891

Residential facility that offers six to eight beds for women 19 years of age or older, who are wanting to make changes to their substance use. Residents can expect to take part in groups in Breton House and out in the community, as well as attend 12 Step meetings. Smoke free and zero-tolerance for alcohol or other drugs, and there is zero-tolerance for violent threats or actions towards residents or staff and residents are expected to refrain from illegal activity.

Complete and fax assessment and once received, it will be reviewed by staff, and they will contact you at the contact number provided. An initial interview will be done over the phone, or in person, to assess your needs and gather more information and complete the intake process.

Key Points:

Mood altering medications are accepted on a case by case basis, and can be discussed with staff during the initial intake process.

Any residents on methadone/suboxone, must be on a stable dose. Breton House can discuss further information regarding methadone/suboxone during the initial intake process.

Requires a minimum commitment for three months and can stay for up to one year.

Assigned a primary counsellor also be put on a buddy system for two weeks upon admission.

Residents are expected to participate in 12 Step meetings, groups at Breton House, and groups in the community. Residents are assigned therapeutic duties, and are expected to complete them as required.

  • Women’s Issues groups
  • Meditation
  • Life Skills
  • Health education
  • Art therapy
  • Anger Management
  • Daily walks

Sault Saint Marie
Randy
24 Hours
705-942-2244

Male recovery home with a phase 2 sober living house

Have an online registration) at kbrh.org. Fill out the application and the clients must then call every Monday between 7 and 8AM, until they have an opening. They are a 14-18 beds in house residential recovery home, based on the Icelandic model. They have programming 2X a day Mon-Fri, with one 1-on-1 counselling session a week, as well as in person community AA/NA meetings, job and housing planning, medical access. Beyond that the residents have lots of freedom to come and go. Cell phones are allowed, as are laptops, wifi is free. If you are caught using, they send you to a 4 day hospital detox in Sault Saint Marie, then you return. If it happens more than once, the client is evaluated on a person to person basis. Men only. It is a 90 day program, with a Sober Living Home available afterwards for up to 18 months. Alumni are welcome to attend any in house program sessions. It is generally free, but they may ask you to contribute to rent if you are able. Residents also help maintain general chores to keep up to home. Food is excellent. Residents prepare uncooked breakfast themselves, and have a lunch and dinner time.

Thunder Bay
24 hours
807-622-2730

Recovery, Pre Treatment, and Post treatment

Detox needed before residential treatment offered.

90 day program, with a Sober Living House for post treatment up to 18 months. OHIP + other health care covered.  Dual diagnosis therapy available. Post treatment is specified by the clients as per thier goals (goal orientated). . Application is online (crossroadscentre.ca). Co-Ed seperate facilities. 1st month client cannot leave without a peer, with 2 exceptions per week. After 1 month you are allowed to leave facility on your own.

There is also a female specific Recovery Home in Thunder Bay. Sister Margaret Smith Center. 807 684 5100. Open 24 hours.

In Thunder Bay there is also:

  • Balmoral Centre 807 623 6515. Open 24 hours.
  • Beendigen Women’s shelter 807 346 4357
  • OATC Thunder Bay South opiate treatment 807 624 2900

Thunder Bay
24 hours
807-622-2730

Ottawa
24 Hours
613-233-0828

Ottawa
24 hours
613-565-6600

Ottawa
8am-8pm
613-602-5940

Ottawa
24 Hours
613-733-3574

Ottawa
613-730-7319
Assisted living

Ottawa
8am-12:30pm
613-627-0856
OAT and addiction treatment

Carlsbad Springs
8am-9pm
877-327-1294