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Resources for support:
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers
DART is designed to link callers with suitable treatment options. DART is a toll-free, province-wide, treatment information and referral service that is available to professionals and the general public. Funding is provided by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Drug/Alcohol (Substance) Abuse
Counselling + Learning Skills Services
CAMH (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health)
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is the largest mental health and addiction organization in Canada and is a teaching hospital fully affiliated with the University of Toronto. Through specialized treatment, community services, research, education and prevention, CAMH works to improve the quality of life for people who are struggling with mental illness or addiction and to support their families and friends. CAMH has focused on a seamless integration of addiction and mental health services in a functional and flexible environment.
Referral Required: No. However, if a client is referred, any information which can be provided by the referring source is appreciated. Contact: College Street Site at (416) 979-6885. For an addiction assessment call: (416) 535-8501 ext. 6128 or ext. 7064
For a mental health assessment at CAMH, call the Centralized Assessment, Triage and Support (CATS) program at 416 979-6878. CATS Program - Emergency Service (ER) and Emergency Assessment Unit (EAU)
* Provides 24 hour/7 days per week emergency assessment and treatment for adults with mental health and substance use issues.
* Provides extended observation, assessment and treatment services to adults assessed in the Emergency Service or those who are awaiting an inpatient bed.
* Works collaboratively with other hospital emergency and community mental health services to achieve client-centered.
CAMH Emergency (416) 535-8501 ext. 6885 (24 hours)
Location: 250 College Street, Toronto, Ontario
Street Haven: at the Crossroads
Street Haven at the Crossroads has been serving women since 1965. Street Haven operates in the belief that all women are worthwhile. They deserve to be treated with dignity and to be given the opportunity to achieve their potential.
Street Haven's programs are designed to meet the changing needs of women in areas such as culture, mental health, addictions, poverty and homelessness.
Street Haven has an open-door philosophy. All of the programs, The Haven, Grant House, Addiction Case Management, The Learning Centre, Joubert House and Supportive Housing are based on a non-judgmental, total acceptance of each woman.
Case Addiction Management - This program is designed to assist inner-city women to meet their long term needs pertaining to addiction issues. We are dedicated to assisting women with substance abuse issues by:
• Establishing strong supportive relationships with women who need long term assistance
• Developing an on-going case plan specific to their needs
• Introducing new resources as well as using existing resources
• Developing a network of community and peer supports
We are committed to the belief that every woman has the right to the highest quality of life possible. We are here to support each woman in her quest to be drug-free and meet her individual goals and needs.
87 Pembroke Street
Toronto, ON Canada M5A 2N9
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