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Substance Use Service at Women’s College Hospital
This program offers an integrated approach for patients who have problematic use of alcohol, opioids, benzodiazepines, cannabis or other drugs. The Substance Use Clinic accepts patients by self-referral as well as referral from their physician. An initial consultation is followed by treatment planning and follow-up, including medication, counselling, referral to community programs, and ongoing support to the patient's primary care physician. Click here for more information.

Rapid access addiction medicine (RAAM)
Rapid access addiction medicine (RAAM) clinics are walk-in clinics offering help for substance use issues without requiring a booked appointment or referral. RAAM clinics provide addiction care, including medication-assisted treatment, counselling, and referral to community services. For a list of clinics across Ontario visit www.metaphi.ca/raam-clinics.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
CAMH, Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, is located in Toronto. CAMH combines clinical care, research, education, policy development and health promotion to help transform the lives of people affected by mental health and addiction issues.

The Jean Tweed Centre
The Jean Tweed Centre (JTC) assists women who face issues related to substance use and/or problem gambling. They provide a range of programs and services to help women as they begin to make positive lifestyle changes, and offer support to their families with a focus on their young children. They offer an on-site licensed child development centre as well as specialized children's and parenting programs.

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