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All Drugs that are addictive may be a source of occasional pleasure, but vital and/or the start of a downward spiral to a life of depression, disease and death.  In fact, to break the cycle of your bad habit could be a difficult task, but we can help and assist you to make changes if drug abuse poses threat to your health and well-being.  It can be for your own good and for those who love you.

LIST OF THE ADDICTIVE DRUGS:
  • Heroin
  • Cocaine
  • Crack
  • Marajuana
  • Alcohol
  • Sadatives
  • Khat
  • Tobbaco

BELOW IS THE LINKS FOR TREATMENT AND RECOVERY CENTERS:

  • Salvation Army Correctional and Justice Services (Regional: London, ON)
    Our nonprofit agency provides individuals with a variety of options for healing. Addictions counselling, community service orders, lifeskills, prison ministry, and more are available to all in London and Southwestern Ontario. Many programs for young offenders as well.
  • Simon House Recovery Centre
    The society's mission is to restore men to a state of well being by providing a nurturing safe home where the guidelines of Alcoholics Anonymous may be learned and put into practice over a long period of time.
  • Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary
    An umbrella organization that gives an opportunity to those female ex-street youth (aged 16-25) who genuinely want to make a change in their lives and who desire to become productive members of the community. It provides housing, life skills and parenting courses, job skills training, and help with drug and alcohol addictions.
  • Servants Anonymous Society of Surrey (Local: Surrey, BC)
    Offering programs, ongoing support, hope, and wholeness to female youth who have been victims of sexual exploitation. We serve young women aged 16-29 with safe housing, educational support, and assistance with recovery from substance abuse to make positive life choices.
  • Sobriety House (Local: Ottawa, ON)
    A 20-bed facility for chemically dependent men over sixteen years of age. Our aim is rehabilatation. Clients who have successfully completed the program can normally return to society and lead happy, productive, drug and alcohol free lives.
  • Society for Assisted Cooperative Recovery From Eating Disorders (SACRED) (Local: Edmonton, AB)
    SACRED's mission is to support individuals to recover from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and compulsive overeating utilizing the addictions model and the highly respected 12-step program.
  • Society of Living Intravenous Drugusers (SOLID) (Local: Victoria, BC)
    SOLID challenges traditional client/provider relationships and empowers people who use drugs to implement harm reduction interventions. It is committed to ensuring that drug users have a real voice in programs and policies that affect their lives.
  • South County Treatment Centre (Local: Lethbridge, AB)
    A 21-bed, non-medical co-ed residential facility servicing adults (18+). Services included a 28-day alcohol/drug treatment program, a 20-day problem gambling treatment program, and a 6-day relapse prevention program.
  • Southern Alcare Manor
    Located in Lethbridge, Alberta, Southern Alcare Manor is a 25 bed recovery house for men and women who have a sincere desire to abstain from alcohol, drugs or gambling and require a stable living environment during recovery. Clients arešexpected to actively participate in Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous and other community based recovery groups.
  • Streetwise Toronto
    Part of a North American-wide nonprofit program that helps homeless people, runaways, people in poverty, and those with drug or alcoholic abuse problems. We provide food, shelter, clothes and counselling with a staff social worker on site and at our drop-in centre in Kitchener.
  • Teen Challenge Farm (National: London, ON)
    Teen Challenge Farm is a faith-based rehabilitation program located near London, Ontario that offers men, ages 18 and over, freedom from drugs and alcohol.

  • Teen Challenge British Columbia
    A residential rehabilitation program for men and women ages 19 to 45, offering freedom from drug and alcohol dependence. Our Men's Centre is located in Chilliwack and the Women's Centre is in Abbotsford. Teen challenge is based on Christian principles and funded entirely through donations. The program offers spiritual, academic and vocational training.
  • Telecare Distress Centre Brampton
    A non-profit organization which offers 24 hr telephone support to those who are lonely, anxious or in need of a compassionate listener. Completely confidential. (905) 459-7777. Volunteer opportunities as well.
  • Triage
    Located in Vancouver, British Columbia Triage provides housing and support to homeless people with mental health and/or substance abuse challenges. We offer a safe, supportive environment for people while we work with them to develop a plan for the future.
  • Viva Consulting Family Life Inc. (Montreal, QC)
    Provides consumer advocacy, harm reduction strategies, education and awareness presentations, and counselling and treatment referrals for families and individuals affected by problem or pathalogical gambling.
  • Watari (Local: Vancouver, BC)
    A community-based, nonprofit society, based in Vancouver, which has offered services to at-risk youth and families since 1986. These include alcohol and drug, individual and group treatment services, counselling services, community development, and training.
  • West Kootenay Boundary Addictions Services
    Brings together seven community agencies in the West Kootenay-Boundary Region to provide services including youth outreach and treatment, adult outpatient counselling, day treatment for women and youth, needle exchange, problem gambling services, and community development services
  • Kaiser Foundation (Regional: Vancouver, BC)
    The Kaiser Foundation provides and disseminates evidence-based data about problem substance use and addictive behaviours, and facilitates relationships between all areas of the addictions system in a way that is accessible to policy makers, service providers and the public. Additionally, our Directory of Addiction Services (available on our web site or in print version) is a community resource that outlines a comprehensive range of services that are available throughout BC.
  • Lake Simcoe Manor Healing and Recovery Centre (Local: Sutton, ON)
    Lake Simcoe Manor, north-east of Newmarket, Ontario, offers a holistic approach to all addictions by addressing the underlying physical, psychological, social, and spiritual issues. By facing our fears, anxieties, emotions and the truth of who we really are, we build and develop self-respect, confidence and self-esteem in each individual.
  • MADD Canada
    MADD Canada's mission is to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime. More than 80 Chapters undertake public awareness programs, legislative advocacy, and provide services to victims and their families throughout the country.
  • Metro Oasis Club (Toronto, ON)
    Dedicated to assisting persons with alcohol and/or substance abuse issues to recapture their lives, and once again become contributing members of a society. The overall focus of the Oasis Club is to "keep its doors open" so as to assisit individuals in re-integrating into society as contributing members while maintaining a clean and sober lifestyle.
  • North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society (Regional: Kaslo, BC)
    We are a nonprofit, multi-service organization offering a wide range of community-based services. The society's mission is to develop and provide health and social services that enhance the quality of life and capacity for independent living of Kaslo and North Kootenay Lake residents.
  • Our House
    Our House is an addiction recovery centre in Edmonton with room for 42 male residents. Its sole purpose is to provide an environment where individuals with addictions can embark on a recovery process directed towards a meaningful, productive lifestyle.
  • Parents Against Drugs
    Our mission is to prevent drug abuse amongst youth through: education of parents, youth, teachers, service providers and community leaders; provision of support to families of adolescents and young adults already in trouble with drugs; and the development of positive relationships within the family and the community.
  • Quintin Warner House
    A branch of Mission Services of London, Quintin Warner House is an addictions treatment centre which consists of a 16 bed residential program for men and a day program for women.
  • Recovery Acres (Calgary) Society - 1835 House
    An alcohol and drug treatment centre located in Calgary, Alberta offering residential and out patient programs for adult males who suffer from substance abuse problems.
  • Clearview Centre (Regional: Nanaimo, BC)
    Provides a detox program for women and men, and a supportive recovery program for women.
  • Crossroads Centre Inc.
    A Thunder Bay, Ontario-based complex of four drug and alcohol recovery homes and one administration building with a capacity of forty beds, for men and women, who are in the early stages of substance abuse disorder.
  • Drug and Alcohol Registry of Treatment (DART) Ontario
    Provides a number of products and services designed to assist in making the Ontario addictions treatment system more efficient and accessible. The provision of these products and services stems from DART's unique computerized database of Ontario addiction treatment agencies.
  • Harvest House Ministries
    Harvest House is an addictions treatment centre in Gloucester, Ontario, offering a residential treatment program for people addicted to drugs or alcohol. Program elements include group therapy, spiritual counselling, work therapy, life skills training and educational upgrading.
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    BELOW IS THE RELATED LINKS:

  • Addictions Ontario (Regional: Kitchener, ON)
    A nonprofit, charitable organization representing individuals and facilities providing addiction services. Addictions Ontario has provided leadership in Ontario for excellence in addiction services by developing and promoting quality standards of care, and disseminating information that assists members in effectively meeting the needs of their clients.
  • Addiction Services for York Region (ASYR) (Regional: Aurora, ON)
    A community-based outpatient substance abuse counselling agency offering community withdrawal management services, assessment and referral, individual and group treament, problem gambling counselling, counselling for pregnant women, and remedial measures. All programs work with youth, adults, seniors and family members.
  • Al-Anon
  • Alcohol Related Brain Injury (FAS/FAE) Resource Site (Alberta)
    Offers information about Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Alcohol Related Birth Injury in a format designed for quick access to the information you require and quick access to links for many related sites. Funded by Alberta Family and Social Services and The Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Coordination Committee of Lethbridge
  • Alwood Treatment Centre (Local: Carleton Place, ON)
    Provides substance abuse treatment for young men and women, age 16 - 22. The program design is a therapeutic living environment comprised of six months of residential treatment, up to eighteen months of aftercare counselling, and family support.
  • Amethyst Women's Addiction Centre
    A nonprofit charitable organization founded in order to provide community-based treatment services to address the unique issues affecting women coping with substance abuse.
  • Aventa Treatment Foundation for Women
    A Calgary-based non-profit organization which has been providing comprehensive addiction treatment services to women since 1971. To date, we have provided services to over 10,000 adult women who have experienced personal difficulties with on-going drug, alcohol and gambling addiction problems, as well as extensive histories of abuse, neglect and childhood trauma issues.
  • BACCHUS
    The oldest alcohol awareness movement in North America, BACCHUS is committed to the education, training and support of post-secondary students with regards to healthy lifestyles and responsible decision-making. BACCHUS Canada functions as a national clearinghouse on alcohol information, coordinates such events as National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week and Safe Break Week, and is involved in running poster and advertising campaigns that advocate the responsible use of alcohol.
  • Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse
    The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) is an arms-length, national agency that promotes informed debate on substance abuse issues and encourages public participation in reducing the harm associated with drug abuse; disseminates information on the nature, extent and consequences of substance abuse; supports and assists organizations involved in substance abuse treatment, prevention and educational programming.
  • Canadian Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
    The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is the largest mental health and addictions facility in Canada, only one of four such facilities in that field to receive designation from the World Health Organization as a Centre of Excellence. Underlying all of the Centre's efforts are two principal tasks: advancing our understanding of mental health and addiction, and translating this knowledge into practical resources and tools that can be used in our own programs and in the broader community.
  • Responsible Gambling Council (Ontario)
    Helps individuals and communities address gambling in a healthy and responsible way.
  • Charlford House (Local: Burnaby, BC)
    A supportive recovery home for women coping with the first stage of substance abuse recovery. It provides access to 12-step meetings, facilitates daily group and individual sessions, offers individual nutritional planning, and twice weekly aerobic excercise with a certified instructor.
  • Circle of Healing
    Through the primary use of First Nations healing and counseling techniques we assist those who are suffering take the necessary steps to reclaim their lives and gain a sense of self worth, direction and purpose. We address individuals' physical, emotional, pscho-social and spiritual needs while providing them with safe places to heal, pray and find the answers they are seeking through connecting to the Great Spirit.
  • Clearview Centre (Regional: Nanaimo, BC)
    Provides a detox program for women and men, and a supportive recovery program for women.
  • Crossroads Centre Inc.
    A Thunder Bay, Ontario-based complex of four drug and alcohol recovery homes and one administration building with a capacity of forty beds, for men and women, who are in the early stages of substance abuse disorder.
  • Drug and Alcohol Registry of Treatment (DART) Ontario
    Provides a number of products and services designed to assist in making the Ontario addictions treatment system more efficient and accessible. The provision of these products and services stems from DART's unique computerized database of Ontario addiction treatment agencies.
  • Harvest House Ministries
    Harvest House is an addictions treatment centre in Gloucester, Ontario, offering a residential treatment program for people addicted to drugs or alcohol. Program elements include group therapy, spiritual counselling, work therapy, life skills training and educational upgrading.