They offer weekly or biweekly individual sessions to individuals concerned with their use of drugs and alcohol. Services include assessment, therapy, referral, follow-up, and relapse prevention. They also offer a Problem Gambling Program, a Supportive Housing Program, and Mother Connections, which is for women who consume alcohol and drugs and who are pregnant or parenting children aged 0-6.
St. Denis Centre is a 16-bed addiction treatment facility for men aged 18 and over. The program is a stay of an average of four to six months.
The Renascent program is an evidence-based approach using an abstinence-based model.
They offer comprehensive, intensive, person-centred addiction treatment programs in safe, caring, home-like residential treatment centres.
The centres are in Toronto and Durham, Ontario. Their inpatient treatment program provides around-the-clock counselling and support. Their team comprises registered psychotherapists and certified addiction specialists who have experienced addiction and long-term recovery.
Renascent is a gender-specific drug and alcohol rehab. They have two men’s and one women’s centres and address the unique and specific concerns of men and women. The counselling is men to men and women to women. They welcome those who self-identify as men and as women or people who are non-binary.
They offer ongoing support and care for long-term recovery from addiction. Their Virtual Continuing Care program provides support as a person returns home.
This not-for-profit community-based organization provides treatment, support and a safe place for women seeking to overcome substance use, gambling and mental health challenges.
The residential program is a holistic 3-week program for women 16+ living outside the GTA region.
Clients can self-refer or be referred.
They also offer:
Empathy House is a ten-bed residential empowerment helping women in recovery since 1978. They provide a safe, women-centred, evidence-based, trauma-informed, individualized treatment program. They service women whose primary problem is substance addiction.
This is a program for women 18+. Program length is 3 – 12 months based on individual woman’s needs. Clients must be detoxified from alcohol or other mood-altering drugs before admission.
They also provide a supportive post-treatment residence where women can experience independent living while having contact with the recovery program.
The Teen Challenge year-long program aims to stabilize an addicted person first. Then identify and deal with the underlying issues that may contribute to addiction. It helps the person identify triggers and develop skills to deal with them.
Teen Challenge’s philosophy is that short-term programs are a good first step toward recovery. It can sometimes take many months for the impact of substance abuse to clear a person’s body and mind. During the program, the person gets physically, spiritually and mentally stronger. Long-term programs vastly improve the chances of staying clean and living a drug-free life.
The person must be willing to consider a faith-based approach and be 18 + in age. Teen Challenge has nine centres across Canada, three of which are in Ontario.
Ontario Men’s Centre
9340 Sharon Road,
London, ON N6P 1P3
Northern Ontario Men’s Centre
1446 Great Northern Road,
Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6B 0C1
Ontario Women’s Centre
15490 Dufferin Street,
King City, ON L7B 1K5