CMHA WW Service: CMHA WW offers a recovery-based supportive housing service that combines support with housing to promote successful tenancies for individuals experiencing significant mental health issues and are at risk of housing instability. Dunara Homes for Recovery Services: In partnership with Thresholds homes and supports, Dunara provides intensive support to individuals in Guelph with […]Continue readingMental Health Supportive Housing
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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 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
The Skills for Safer Living program is a combination of a twenty-week skills-based group and a peer support group for individuals with recurring thoughts and behaviours about suicide. The group process and content has been derived from innovative work that has developed over the last ten years at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. The Skills […]Continue readingSkills for Safer Living
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)
Grand River Hospital offers non-medical management of withdrawal symptoms for men and women 16 years of age or older in a residential setting. Programs provided include: Non-medical management of withdrawal symptoms for men and women in a residential setting; 24 hour monitoring and care for people who need a structured and/or protected setting in order to abstain; […]Continue readingWithdrawal Management
House of Friendship Service: Also known as the Moving Forward Group this community treatment program provides quick access to information and services to the target group for the purpose of enhancing the mother’s health, providing education and support to women in recovery who are parenting children less than six years of age, and to work […]Continue readingWomen’s Community Treatment-Early Childhood Development
Residential 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 Service: House of Friendship’s community-based, four to ten-week residential program for adult women whose substance use has […]Continue readingWomen’s Residential Treatment
House of Friendship Service: House of Friendship reserves a designated residential treatment bed for women who are pregnant and require residential treatment (enhanced/specialized service) and assistance getting to medical appointments. This residential treatment service provides quick access to information and services for the purpose of enhancing the mother’s health, providing education, and to work collaboratively […]Continue readingWomen’s Residential Treatment-Early Childhood Development