Search the directory for help with
addiction problems. Get Help Today! is a free online directory of alcohol and drug rehab programs and other addiction-related services in Canada.

Get Help Today!

Select an Addiction or Program
Select Your Province
Select Your City

Toronto Central


The Toronto Central LHIN includes 44% of the population of the City of Toronto. The Toronto Central LHIN oversees Health Providers, Programs and Services within the region. A map of the Toronto Central LHIN shows the various municipalities within Toronto Central’s boundaries.

Resources for the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) can also be found in the Central LHIN, Central East LHIN, Central West LHIN and Mississauga Halton LHIN.

Emergency Numbers

Community Mental Health Crisis Response Program
Phone: 416.498.0043

Distress Centres Ontario
Phone: 416.537.7373

Gerstein Crisis Centre
Phone: 416.929.5200

Toronto – Distress Centre
Phone: 416.408.4357

Survivor Support Program
Phone: 416.595.1716

See Provincial Emergency Numbers.

Alcohol & Drug Information & Referral

Toronto Central LHIN does not directly administer addiction services. Contact the following organization for addiction services in Toronto:

Centre for Addiction & Mental Health (CAMH)
Phone: 416.535.8501 ext. 6128

175 Brentcliffe Road Office
Phone: 416.535.8501 ext. 7064

CAMH Emergency Line
Phone: 416.535.8501
24-Hour Line: 416.535.8501 ext. 6885


Toronto: Drug Rehab, Alcohol Treatment and Detox Resources

With a population of approximately 2.8 million people, Toronto offers a variety of private and public programs for drug rehabilitation, alcohol treatment and detox. Use this page as your gateway to Toronto quick facts, emergency numbers relating to drug abuse, alcoholism, and detox services as well as how to locate your health authority.

Toronto: Historical Factoid

Every generation lives in a different Toronto. Someone lived in your home before you—who were they? What did a city street look like before cars and electric lights? What promises got a mayor elected in 1920? Did people really drink water straight from the lake? How did your community become part of the City of Toronto? Come explore the mysterious city that others lived in… at the City of Toronto Archives. Source:

Help Form:
Fill out the form if you can't find what you are looking for.

Please select the Square and click the SUBMIT button.