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Ontario is Canada’s most heavily populated province. Located centrally, it is home to both Canada’s largest city, Toronto, and its capital, Ottawa. Ontario is bordered by the U.S. states of Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania (across Lake Erie), and New York.

For residents of Ontario with drug addiction problems, Narcotics Anonymous has centers based in its three largest urban centers: Ottawa, Toronto, and Kingston. For those who need more intensive care, Sobriety.ca Foundation offers state-of-the art residential addiction treatment a short drive from Ottawa. Located in a calming, rustic setting and offering accommodations similar to that of a well appointed country inn, many clients from across Canada choose Sobriety.ca Foundation for their addiction treatment and rehabilitation, using the Aftercare program to receive the support needed to remain clean and sober once they have returned home.

Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Recovery, & Rehabilitation Information for Toronto, Ontario

Often, the stresses and temptations of urban living can lead to problems with addiction, including alcohol and drug abuse. The population of Toronto is no exception. The 2004 Drug Use in Toronto Report identified high rates of marijuana use and binge drinking among students living in Toronto. Among marginalized communities, methamphetamine is popular in younger people, while older adults favor crack cocaine. Ecstasy (MDMA) remains the most popular club drug and, as in other communities, the use of narcotics such as Oxycodone or Oxycontin is an emerging problem.

Toronto is home to one of the world’s foremost research centers in the area of addiction, the Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). The CAMH has an arm specifically dedicated to the study of drug addiction. According to experts there, drug addiction is a complex disorder affected by many factors, including the environment we live in and our genes. As a result, the CAMH researchers are studying both the pharmacological and psychological components of addiction and recovery. In addition to studying addictions to illicit drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, Oxycodone, and LSD, they also look at addiction to tobacco cigarettes and gambling. Another area of research is the relationship between mental disorders, such as anger problems or eating disorders, and addiction.

Developing a better understanding of addiction can help us develop better treatments that can enhance the recovery process. At Sobriety.ca Foundation, we keep up-to-date on the latest research from major addiction centers like CAMH so that we can offer the best recovery services that science has to offer.

Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Recovery, & Rehabilitation Information for Ottawa, Ontario

Ottawa is the capitol city of Canada. Despite a population of only just over 1 million, this is a thriving city, with the government and the University of Ottawa presenting important employment opportunities.

In its role as Capital, it is no surprise that Ottawa was selected to be the starting point of a nationwide fact-finding mission entitled “Resolving Marijuana Prohibition”. Kicking off on January 26, 2009, students, faculty, media, politicians, activists and interested public across Canada were invited to join leader Marc-Boris St-Maurice, Executive Director of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws in Canada (NORML) as he crosses the country. The mission is to explore the four pillars of the “National Resolution for the Legalization of Marijuana”:

  1. Economic Development
  2. Health and Medicine
  3. Social Justice
  4. Policy Implementation

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Drug Addiction in Ontario

Drugs are sweeping across Canada at an alarming rate, with fentanyl racing from the West to the East at breathtaking speeds. Ontario, unfortunately, will face many challenges in the near future in combating drug addiction, and making sure that the great residents of Ontario we all know and love have the services they need to handle substance abuse. Ontario is a beacon of prosperity, hope and opportunity for not only millions of Canadians, but for many beautiful cultures worldwide, but an addiction to drugs can affect anyone, so it is important to us at Sobriety Home to offer a welcoming hand to our neighbours in Ontario. We are located a short drive from Ottawa, in a charming part of the province away from the distractions of city life and stress. Our highly trained addiction specialists are always ready to help anyone from across Canada with their substance abuse problem, and it’s always our great pleasure to welcome clients from Ontario.

Despite the prosperity, fundamental importance and diverse people that make up the remarkable province of Ontario, many struggle every day with an addiction to drugs. It could be prescription painkillers, cocaine or something more dangerous, but Sobriety.ca Foundation is prepared. Our approach to treatment is different, and it works. We take into account nearly every aspect of a client’s life that they believe is important, and design a customized treatment strategy for them. Our residence is historic, ideally located, near to local farms where many of our meals come from and is very well maintained. Each and every client has access to not only first rate addiction treatment, but also a gym, healthy meals, the outdoors and plenty of fun activities during their stay.

Approaching substance abuse and addiction is not precise, mainly because everyone experiences addiction differently. The physical symptoms and signs may be easy to pin down, but the psychological and even existential issues can be difficult to unravel. The way Sobriety.ca Foundation tackles these unique challenges is to incorporate not only proven cognitive therapy, but also to put a healthy focus on holistic practices, overall health and spirituality. Yoga, meditation, exercise, diet and spiritual groups are just some of the tools we use in our non judgemental, caring approach to addiction treatment.

Treatment Addiction Services For Ontario Residents

Breakaway Addiction Services – The Satellite

21 Strickland Ave.
Toronto, ON M6K 3E6
Phone: (416) 537-9346
E-Mail: breakaway@breakawayaddictions.ca

At Breakaway Addiction Services we are dedicated to providing treatment that includes all aspects of our client’s lives and situations. We have always operated on a non abstinence or ‘harm reduction’ approach, which forms the philosophical basis for all our work, in reducing harm and enhancing the health of our clients.

Adapt Georgetown

5 – 211 Guelph St.
Georgetown, ON L7G 5B5
Ajax, ON L1S 7K8
Phone: (905) 639-6537 ext. 0
Email: adapt@haltonadapt.org

ADAPT is dedicated to empowering individuals with alcohol, drug or gambling concerns, and their families, to manage these concerns and lead more fulfilling lives through the provision of comprehensive assessment and treatment services, corresponding to need.

Amethyst Women’s Addiction Centre

488 Wilbrod St.
Ottawa, ON K1N 6M8
Phone: (613) 563-0363
E-Mail: info@amethyst-ottawa.org

Amethyst Women’s Addiction Centre offers alternative addiction services to women. Amethyst is committed to working with diverse and marginalized groups of women. Our aim is to support women, individually and together, to take control of factors affecting our health and well-being.

Peel Addiction Assessment and Referral Centre (PAARC)

302 – 5170 Dixie Rd.
Mississauga, ON L4W 1E3
Phone: (905) 629-1007 ext. 222
E-Mail: admin@paarc.com

Making a positive difference in the lives of people impacted by addictions and concurrent disorders.

PAARC values a person-centred approach. This means that we listen to what is important to you, share our professional expertise with you, and then together you and your counsellor decide on your goals and how you will reach them. Our approach is strength based, and we support harm reduction.

As professionals, we adhere to the Code of Ethics and standards of practice as set out by the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. PAARC’s employees adhere to professional codes of conduct.

Health Centre @ 410

St. Michael’s Hospital
4rd floor – 410 Sherbourne St.
Toronto, ON M4X 1K2
Phone: (416) 867-3728
Fax: (416) 867-3726

The addiction counselling service has been part of St. Michael’s Hospital family practice sites since 1996. We provide support services to both those affect

Alcohol and Other Drugs Assessment Program

Thunder Bay Counselling Centre
544 Winnipeg Ave.
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 3S7
Phone: (807) 684-1880
E-Mail: community@tbaycounselling.com

Thunder Bay Counselling is a safe and non-judgmental place to work through a wide range of substance use and mental health issues.

If you think your use of substances or your mental health are having a negative impact on your life, relationships, career, finances or general well-being, please get in touch. Our counsellors can provide you with a confidential assessment and help you to identify the causes or triggers that make you vulnerable to addictive substances and behaviours.

Narcotics Anonymous Drug Addiction Treatment Meetings in Ontario

Sunday Serenity

Sunday 7:00 pm

Paroisse St-Francois-Des-Sales
799 rue Jacques-Cartier
Gatineau, Quebec
J8T 2W1


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Wednesday 7:30 pm

Wesley Knox United Church
91 Askin Street
London, Ontario
N6C 1E7

Strathearne Street Group

Friday 7:30 pm

311 Strathearne Avenue
Hamilton, Ontario
L8H 5K8

Buzz Main Office

Pure Life

Wednesday 7:30 pm

Arid House
89 Queen Street
Fort Erie, Ontario
L2A 1T9

Somewhere You Belong

Monday 7:00 pm

St David’s Anglican Church
49 Donlands Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M4J 3N5

A New Path to A New Life

Thursday 7:30 pm

St. Christopher’s House
248 Ossington Avenue (At Dundas Sreet West)
Toronto, Ontario
M6J 3A2

Clean Off Queen

Wednesday 12:15 pm

Avangel Hall
552 Aderlaide Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5V 3W8

We Kicked The Habit

Monday 7:30 pm

St. Mark’s Anglican Church
1606 Fisher Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
K2C 1X8

Broken Elevator

Tuesday 8:00 pm

Nepean Baptist Church
135 Woodfield Drive
Ottawa, Ontario
K2G 0A1