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We support change in the lives of individuals, their families and communities related to substance use and gambling. We promote a safe and supportive environment where we work with you to develop a treatment plan.READ MORE
We use a harm-reduction approach to addiction treatment. This means that we equally support those who wish to decrease their substance use or gambling as we do those who wish to quit entirely.READ MORE
We understand that substance abuse and problem gambling are the result of personal lifestyle issues and coping strategies. We can help. Click below to learn about how to get support.READ MORE
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COTP Family Information Night
Location: Addiction Services for York Region
Date: September 10, 2014 – September 10, 2014
Individuals struggling with opioid use behaviours may find it difficult to go through treatment alone, and this is not an individual struggle. Family members can be deeply impacted as well. The purpose of this family night is to provide family members with information and support to build coping skills and enhance understanding of their loved one with opioid use behaviours. These skills are important not only for supporting the individual’s recovery, but also for promoting well-being for the family members. This information night will offer education, support, and skills development.
In light of preserving confidentiality of the individuals facing recovery, please note that this information night is only for family members.
If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Zuwaina by Monday, September 8 at 905-841-7007, extension 415 or by email at email@example.com
Our services are free and confidential
Substance Abuse is a common problem that will affect many of us at some point in our lives, whether it’s our own use or someone in our lives that we care about... READ MORE