Grand River Hospital Service: Grand River Hospital offers a 2-week Day Program for individuals who completed a residential/inpatient detox program (avg. 7-day stay) or have achieved 2 weeks of abstinence in the community prior to starting the program. The Day Program offers additional support, education and enhancement of recovery principles while individuals transition to other […]Continue readingAddictions Day Treatment
Here 24/7 is your front door to the addictions, mental health and crisis services provided by 11 agencies across Waterloo Wellington.
Most services require a formal referral and assessment process that is completed by Here 24/7. Some services only require a referral and a few others you can access directly without contacting Here 24/7.
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House of Friendship’s Service: Whether you are a loved one seeking support, are concerned about your own substance use, worried about problem gambling or technology use, or are ready to seek treatment, House of Friendship has a range of services provided by trained professionals using evidence-based practices. Homewood Health Centre’s Service: Homewood’s Community Addiction Services […]Continue readingAdult Community Addictions Treatment
The regional approach to Aftercare Services increases the options available to you, making it easier to attend Aftercare sessions. Participants of the Homewood, House of Friendship and Stonehenge residential addiction programs are eligible to participate in the Aftercare Programs of all three agencies. With varying options from three agencies, you can choose the date, location […]Continue readingAftercare Support Group
The Community Withdrawal Support Service (CWSS) offers an alternative to residential withdrawal management for individuals who can safely withdraw from alcohol and/or other drugs in a safe and supportive community environment. CWSS provides voluntary support services to clients who are 18 years and older. Services include screening and assessing suitability for withdrawal in a community […]Continue readingCommunity Withdrawal Support Service
CFSO is a six-session group designed for family members, friends and significant others who are concerned about their loved ones’ substance use. Participants are provided with the opportunity to learn strategies to enhance their well-being, to improve their relationship with their loved one and to help engage their loved one in treatment and/or support. How […]Continue readingConcerned Family and Significant Others Group
Residential Addictions Treatment programs are available all across the province. We have only listed our local providers in our directory. If you would like to receive care somewhere else in the province just let us know. House of Friendship’s Service: House of Friendship’s community-based, four to six-month residential program for men 21 years and older, […]Continue readingMen’s Residential Addictions Treatment
House of Friendship Service: Are you worried about someone important in your life who uses substances or gambles? Is gambling, gaming or internet overuse a problem area for you? Help is available, with a variety of counselling options to meet your needs. Homewood Health Centre Service: Homewood Health Centre provides assessment, outpatient treatment, and referral […]Continue readingProblem Gambling Services
At the RAAC, Physicians and/or Nurse Practitioners, Addictions Counsellors, and Peer Support Workers are all available to provide assistance to everyone – regardless of substance used This program is also offered in Cambridge and Guelph. How to Access Services: You can walk in to any RAAC location to access services. There are location in: Cambridge Guelph […]Continue readingRapid Access Addictions Clinic
Living with mental health and/or addiction issues and want to check out a Self Help & Peer Support group or access 1:1 peer support? Peer Support is about helping another person move on with their life – to recover. This involves: Helping that person get in touch with what they think will improve their quality […]Continue readingSelf Help and Peer Support Services
Supportive Addiction and Mental Health Housing program (SAMH) is designed to provide support for people with complex addiction and concurrent mental health needs who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, or who are considered inadequately housed. Are you an adult who needs support to manage your substance use and/or mental health while living independently? […]Continue readingSupportive Addiction & Mental Health Housing (SAMH)