Our Services at This Location
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.
Naloxone KitsNaloxone kits can help someone survive in the event of an overdose while waiting for emergency medical professionals. Anyone who uses or knows someone who uses opioids should carry one. Get them for free at any of our clinics.
Kate Johnston, Director of Operations, Clinics
Jody Whaley, Director of Quality and Continuous Improvement
Frequently Asked Questions
Does CATC accept new patients? Are walk-ins welcome?
Yes we are accepting new patients. Walk-ins are welcome, no appointment needed.
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?
We are open on statutory holidays with adjusted hours. Please check with your local clinic.
Can I get my prescription faxed/transferred here?
Yes, our pharmacies will accept current prescriptions. To inquire about transferring to our pharmacies, please call our intake line, 1-877-937-2282, or contact your local CATC clinic.
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.