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Mon: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Tue: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wed: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thur: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Fri: 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Closed All Statutory Holidays
Our Services at This Location
Methadone TreatmentAs an opioid agonist blocker, Methadone is administered therapeutically to help reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms. The dosage is taken orally and reduced overtime until cravings or withdrawal symptoms are gone.
Suboxone TreatmentSuboxone is a combination of the opioid agonist blocker Buprenorphine, and the overdose medication Naloxone. The medication is dissolved under the tongue and is a very safe option due to its limited effect.
Sublocade TreatmentBuprenorphine is administered as an injection by a medical professional once a month. The medication releases slowly, benefiting patients who otherwise have difficulty accessing or taking a daily medication.
Kadian TreatmentA newer treatment meant for severe opioid addictions. Kadian is a form of oral morphine that releases slowly over an extended period of time, acting as a full opioid agonist blocker.
Hepatitis C Screening + TreatmentWe routinely screen our patients for Hep C, a liver disease more common in people who inject drugs. If blood tests reveal an infection, we help access medication and additional support.
Counselling ServicesIn order to support successful recovery, counselling is often needed as a component of opioid use disorder treatment to overcome emotions, behaviours and triggers that lead to using.
Doctor's ServicesOur doctors work with each patient to determine the treatment plan and medication that works best for their needs.
Care ReferralsWe help connect our patients with additional community resources and support as needed.
Naloxone KitsIn the event of an opioid overdose, Naloxone can help someone survive long enough for emergency medical professionals to arrive. Pick up a free kit at our clinic today.
Amanda Claeys, Director of Operations, Western Canada
Jody Whaley, Director of Quality and Continuous Improvement
Frequently Asked Questions
Does CATC accept new patients? Are walk-ins welcome?
Yes, we are always accepting new patients by phone, email, or walk-in. No appointment is needed and all are welcome.
Is there ever a waitlist for treatment?
No, we offer same-day start for new patients.
What does treatment cost? Are there any free options?
Patients can often receive treatment at no cost. In some cases there may be a cost for medications or counseling services not covered by provincial health plans. Our teams will work with you to help determine the best plan to cover treatment costs.
Are treatments covered by provincial health insurance (OHIP, MSP, NBM)?
Yes. Our teams will work with you to help determine the best plan to cover treatment costs.
Are you open on Statutory Holidays?
Yes, though open hours vary by location.
Can I get my prescription faxed/transferred here?
Yes. Our pharmacists can help you transfer your current prescriptions. Please call our intake line, 1-877-937-2282, or call your local CATC clinic directly.
Do you offer detox from drugs and alcohol?
Detox services are offered at our Inpatient Recovery Centres, but they are not offered at our walk-in clinics.
Do you help with alcohol addiction?
Alcohol addiction treatment programs are offered at our Inpatient Recovery Centres, but not at our walk-in clinics.