COVID-19: Addiction Services - Call-in Clinics

Provided by: Health PEI

Service Description


The Chief Public Health Office announced late this afternoon that all young people ages 14-29 WITHOUT SYMPTOMS should get tested this weekend.

Testing will take place at the Three Oaks Senior High School (10 Kenmoore Avenue, Summerside, PE) and the schedule is as follows:

Saturday Feb 27, testing for 14 to 21 year olds

Sunday Feb 28, testing for 22 to 29 year olds:
  • Those born Jan 1-June 30 should come b/w 8am-2pm
  • Those born July 1-Dec 31 should come b/w 2pm-8pm
Anyone in the Summerside area WITH symptoms should immediately go for testing at Slemon Park or the two new sites set up on Friday at Harbourside Health Centre (243 Heather Moyse Drive, Summerside) or the Borden Testing Site (20 Dickie Road, Borden). All 3 are open until 8pm Friday Feb 26 and the Slemon Park site will be open Saturday 8am-4pm.

Provides assessment and testing services for residents experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.


Islanders who are unsure if a test is required can complete a self-assessment online, call their family doctor or nurse practitioner, or call 8-1-1 for direction. Symptoms include:
  • New onset fever
  • New or worsening cough
  • Sore throat
  • Runny nose
  • Sneezing
  • Congestion
  • Unusual fatigue
  • Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea have been reported along with other symptoms, and may happen more often in children.
Self-assessment tool:


As of March 1, 2021: Everyone arriving from outside the Maritime provinces (NS and NB), who is in isolation and is not already being tested, is required to be tested on days 0-1, 4-6, and 9-11.

Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or who has been in close contact of a laboratory-confirmed case starting 48 hours prior to the case developing symptoms should be tested for COVID-19.

By drop-in:
  • Montague
  • O'Leary
  • Charlottetown
  • Summerside
By appointment:
  • Charlottetown
  • Summerside
To schedule a test in Charlottetown or Summerside, visit:

Do not bring pets to testing (except service dogs if required), keep windows rolled up until advised otherwise, and everyone over the age of 2 years must wear a mask. Do not take a taxi to testing. Call if no transportation and arrangements will be made for a test.

The Chief Public Health Officer will contact an individual directly if their test result is positive.


Anyone experiencing addictions issues * Islanders can call either clinic regardless of where they live in PEI
No fees
How to Access:
Call during clinic hours
Documents Required:
Not applicable
Program Hours:
Provincial Addictions Treatment Facility Call-in Clinic: Wed 9am-12pm and Thur 1pm-4pm
Community Addiction Services Summerside Call-in Clinic: Tue 1pm-4pm and Thur 9am-12pm
Program Phone Numbers:
  • Provincial Addiction Treatment Facility
    Call during clinic hours to speak with an addictions counsellor
  • Addiction Services Summerside
    Call during clinic hours to speak with an addictions counsellor
Coverage Area:
Prince Edward Island

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