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John Howard Society 180° Detox (Withdrawal Management) and Stabilization Program 201 - 140A 10th Ave.Campbell River, BC V9W 4E3 Phone: 1.250.286.0611 Fax: 1.250.286.3650 E-Mail: [email protected] Note: This is a community-based, non-medical program for youth ages 12 - 19. Clients can self-refer and are not required to be sober prior to admission; non-medical detox is available.Addictions and Mental Health Services (AMHS) Residential Treatment Program 142 Foster Ave.Belleville, ON K8N 3P9 Phone: 1.613.962.7838 Fax: 1.613.962.8388 E-Mail: [email protected]: This is an 21 day, 18 bed CBT and harm reduction-based program for men 21 . Clients must be referred by an addiction referral agent who has conducted a standardized assessment with the client. Winnipeg, MB R2W 0W7 Phone: 1.204.586.2550 Fax: 1.204.586.2550 E-Mail: [email protected]: ARI offers 14 beds in 2 post-treatment homes for men 18 who have completed a primary treatment program.National Crisis Hotlines Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 National Resources Anxiety Panic Support Bell Let's Talk Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention 204-784-4073 Canadian Mental Health Association 613-745-7750 Collateral Damage 807-768-5217 Toll Free: 888-835-9041 Mental Health Commission 613-683-3755 Mood Disorders Society of Canada 519-824-5565 Schizophrenia Society of Canada 1-800-263-5545 The Jack Project 416-425-2494 Your Life Counts 289-820-5777 Your Life Counts - Military Directorate British Columbia Crisis Hotlines Crisis Centre Toll free: 1-800-784-2433 No area code: 310-6789 British Columbia Resources Aboriginal Wellness Program 604-875-6601 Canadian Mental Health Association - British Columbia Division 604-688-3234 Toll free: 1-800-555-8222 Counselling B. Walking distance to Dalhousie University, Saint Mary’s University, and the Halifax Commons, Quinpool Court is located just behind Quinpool Road among shops, restaurants, and grocery stores.Program offers gender-specific programs, Aboriginal-based programs, and tobacco cessation. Ladner’s Treatment Centre’s rate for room and board is .00 per day for Alberta residents, and 5.00 per day for out-of-province residents.Clients who qualify receive funding through Alberta Works. Halifax, NS B3H 3E2 Phone: 1.902.423.9565 (Emergency) Phone: 1.902.423.8076 (Office) Fax: 1.902.423.7348 E-Mail: [email protected]: This is a 12 bed holistic program for men 19 . Clients are required to attend 4 - 6 12 Step meetings per week.
Stabilization component of program can involve returning to school, searching for work, attending support group meetings, connecting with a Youth Alcohol and Drug Counsellor. Axis Family Resources 1st Step Short Stay Housing Program 321 N 2nd Ave. Clients must be referred from Interior Health, the MCFD, Youth Probation, Delegated First Nations Agencies, First Nations Bands, Addiction Counsellors and Mental Health Professionals.Addiction Treatment Centre Social Detox Program 1640 Victoria Ave.Regina, SK S4P 0P7 Phone: 1.306.766.6600 Fax: 1.306.766.7970 Note: This is a 25 bed program for adults 18 .Whitehorse, YT Y1A 2C6 Phone: 1.867.667.5777 Toll-Free: 1.855.667.5777 Toll-Free: 1.800.661.0408 ext.5777 (Yukon, Nunavut and NWT) Fax: 1.867.667.8471 Note: This is a 28 day, 10 bed gender-specific program for Yukon residents 18 .
Program is partially funded by Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness.