Note: This is a 4 month program for male youth ages 12 - 18 and offers beds for probation-referred clients (provincewide) and fee-for service beds (nationwide). Clients live with PLEA Family Caregivers in the community and participate in programming at the treatment centre in Surrey. Clients must be referred. For probation referrals, the youth must have a 6 month or longer probation order that directs them to attend a full-time alcohol and drug treatment program. Program also accepts private referrals from parents, social workers, community-based addiction counsellors and other professionals. Stabilized methadone clients and CSC clients are accepted. Program offers teacher supervised education. Probation referrals are funded by MCFD.
PLEA Community Services Society of BC
Youth Supported Recovery Program
3984 Commercial St.
Vancouver, BC V5N 4G2
Phone: 1.604.708.2616 (Referral Information)
Note: This is a 28 day program for youth ages 13 - 21. Clients must be 72 hours sober prior to admission. Clients must be referred from Addictions Counsellors within the VCH region. Program offers access to treatment services, preparation for independent living and employment, and helps to build supportive connections in the community. Supported Recovery is a free, confidential, voluntary support service.
Portage - Saint-Malachie
244, ch. de la Montagne
Saint-Malachie, QC G0R 3N0
Note: This is a program for French speaking youth ages 14 - 18. Clients can self-refer or be referred. The centre provides an on-site school program, adapted to the needs of the youth and recognised by the Commission scolaire de la Côte-du-Sud. Services are free.
Portage - Prévost
Adolescent Program (English Community)
1790, chemin du lac Écho
Prévost, QC J0R 1T0
Phone: 1.514.694.9894 (English)
Note: This is a program for English speaking youth ages 14 - 18. Clients can self-refer or be referred. Services are free.
Note: This is a 20 bed co-ed program for adults 18+. Accepts couples. Program length is 5 weeks. Clients must be 7 - 10 days sober prior to admission. Clients must be referred. Program offers Native Teachings and looks at the impact of the Residential School systems on Native families and cultural traditions. This program is funded under the NNADAP. Services available in Ojibway, Cree, and English.
Rights of Passage (ROP)
575 Drake St.
Vancouver, BC V6B 4K8
Note: This is a semi-independent, co-ed transitional living program for youth 16 - 24. Clients must be sober prior to admission. Clients must be referred. Clients must be working full time, or working part-time and going to school part-time to be eligible. ROP provides youth with safe, affordable housing and support while they transition to independent living. Methadone and CSC clients are accepted. ROP is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS).
Note: This is a 12 month, 16 bed biblically-based program for male youth 13 - 18. Clients can self-refer. Fees apply; please call for more information.
Note: This is a culturally-focused program for First Nation and Inuit families. 4 self-contained suites are available. Program length is 7 weeks. Clients must be 7 days sober prior to admission. Clients must be referred by a NNADAP worker, social worker, or CFS worker. CSC clients are accepted. Child care and education is available. This program is funded under the NNADAP.
Note: This is a 30 day, 6 bed program for male youth 13 - 18. Clients can stay up to 1 year. Clients must be 5 days sober prior to admission. Youth with crystal meth issues will have placement priority. Clients can self-refer. This transition housing is funded by BC through the Provincial Homelessness Initiative and the Premier’s Task Force on Homelessness, Mental Illness and Addiction, VIHA, and The Salvation Army.
Note: This is a 16 bed program for youth 12 - 17. Program length is 4 - 6 months. Clients must be sober prior to admission. Clients can self-refer. Program offers Aboriginal traditional activities, mental health assessments, a special education classroom, and daycare for dependent children. BHF Youth Services operate on a fee-for-service basis with some beds funded through a government agreement available for Manitobans who do not have the ability to pay.