Addiction Services

Drug, Alcohol and Gambling Services

Drug, alcohol use and gambling can create problems in your family life, work situation, financial stability, physical health and emotional health. We offer services for youth and adults who are experiencing problems with alcohol or drug use (both illegal and prescription drugs) or gambling. Family members who are affected by the drug and alcohol use can also access services.

We offer services without judgement based on your goals and we tailor your services to your needs. We also provide drug and alcohol assessments to help you understand your addiction. These assessments can be useful to help you access treatment centres throughout the province.

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Adults can expect to receive services, including professional recommendations, support and counselling for substance use and related issues, referrals to residential treatment facilities in Ontario, group counselling for relapse prevention, and referrals to other community resources, if needed.

Children and Youth

Counselling is available for children of any age at our office.  We provide off-site brief services to youth to select schools in North Bay, West Nipissing, and Mattawa.  Family counselling is also available for the youth and parents.

Family Members

It is difficult coping with a family member who is struggling with problem substance use or is gambling.  Family members are eligible to receive one on one counselling or group sessions to provide the tools and strategies to learn to cope with the substance use and family dynamics.

Our group Breaking Family Rules is specifically designed for family members.

Breaking Family Rules is a psycho-educational/therapeutic group, for significant others who are struggling with the familial effects of addiction. Group members may have brief individual or family therapy in advance of group participation.

Problem Gambling Treatment Services

For many people, gambling is a form of recreation. However, for some gambling can become a problem that can eventually control their lives. Assessment, Counselling and referral services are available for those aged sixteen and older (16+).

Indigenous Counselling

An indigenous Addictions Counsellor trained in cultural-specific practices is available.

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