Note: This is a 16 bed program for male youth 12 - 17. Program length is 4 - 6 months. 5 beds are private pay and 11 are for CFS referred clients. 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.
Note: This is a fee-for-service program for youth 13 - 18. Program length is 30 days; long-term options are available. Fees are per diem.
Vitalité Health Network
Regional Addiction Services
53 Gallant Dr.
Campbellton, NB E3N 3H4
Note: This is a 21 day, 12 bed program for adults 19+. Program offers client-centred services with community support, detox, and for relapse prevention.
Note: This is a program for First Nations and Inuit youth 12 - 17. Program length is 15 weeks. Clients must be referred. Program offers an on-site school program, and traditional activities, including sweat lodge, talking circle, daily smudging and prayers, sweet grass gathering, and berry picking. Services are offered in English and French.
Weechi-it-te-win Family Services
Ganawendaasowin Treatment Program (GTP)
(Formerly Training and Learning Centre)
PO Box 812
71 McTavish Rd.
Fort Frances, ON
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Referral Information)
Phone: 1.807.486.1618 (Program Information)
Phone: 1.807.274.0483 ext. 2 (Referral Information)
Note: This is a 9 bed culturally-based program for First Nations youth 12 - 17. Program length is 90 - 120 days. Clients must be referred. Clients have access to ceremonies (sweat lodge, cedar baths, full moon, drum feasts). There is off-site schooling available. Clients must complete the mandatory 3 bed, 30 day Ganawendaasowin Assessment Program (GAP) prior to entering the GTP at 601 Victoria Ave. in Fort Frances, Ontario. Program is funded through MOHLTC-LHIN. Services offered in English and Ojibway.
Note: This is a 5 bed program for First Nations youth 13 -18. Program length is 16 weeks. Clients must be 3 days sober prior to admission. Clients can self-refer. Program offers cultural outings (Pow Wow night, Longhouse, Sweat Lodge). Funded by VCHA.
Youth Mental Health and Addictions Services
Nechako Youth Treatment Program
1308 Alward St.
Prince George, BC V2M 7B1
Phone: 1.250.649.7065 (Waitlist Clinician)
Note: This is a 7 bed program for youth ages 13 - 18 in the Northern Health catchment region. The length of stay at the program is based on the needs of the youth. It’s preferred if clients are detoxed prior to admission but not required; there is 1 medical detox bed available. Clients can self-refer, but a referral from Mental Health and Addictions or MCFD is preferred.