The Champlain LHIN is The Champlain LHIN is home to 1,176,600 people, or 9.5% of the population of Ontario. The population of Champlain is highly concentrated in the Ottawa area.
A map of the Champlain Ontario LHIN shows the various municipalities within Champlain Ontario boundaries.
Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region
Gay Line Ottawa
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Champlain Ontario LHIN
Suite 204 – 1900 City Park Drive
Ottawa, ON K1J 1A3
The Champlain LHIN does not provide addiction services, but the following organizations do provide addiction services in this region:
Centre for Addiction & Mental Health (CAMH)
Hammond Office (incl. Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry, Prescott & Russell)
Ottawa-Carleton Region Office
Eganville & Renfrew County
Eastern Ontario Addiction Services
205 Second Street East
Cornwall, ON K6H 1Y6
Renfrew County Alcohol and Drug Assessment Referral Service
Addictions and Problem Gambling Services of Ottawa
Sandy Hill Community Health Centre
221 Nelson St.
Ottawa, ON K1N 1C7
Smiths Falls Tri-County Addiction Services
Unit A3, 88 Cornelia Street West
Smiths Falls, ON K7A 5K9
Brockville Tri-County Addiction Services
1805 Oxford Avenue
Brockville, ON K6V 5V2
With a population of approximately 940,000 people, Ottawa offers a variety of private and public programs for drug rehabilitation, alcohol treatment and detox. Use this page as your gateway to Champlain / Ottawa quick facts, emergency numbers relating to drug abuse, alcoholism, and detox services as well as how to locate your health authority.
Samuel de Champlain visited the area where Ottawa now stands in 1613. Afterwards the Ottawa River was a major transport artery. However permanent settlement did not begin until Philemon Wright founded a small town he called Wrightstown. (It is now known as Hull). Then in 1826 the Rideau Canal linked the site of present day Ottawa to the Lawrence River. John By gave his name to a new settlement built there. It was called Bytown and it prospered on the lumber trade. In 1854 the railway reached Bytown. Then in 1855 Bytown changed its name to Ottawa when it was incorporated as a city. In 1857 Queen Victoria made Ottawa the capital of Canada. Source: http://www.localhistories.org/ottawa.htmlBack