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  1. Provides social activities for people living with mental health conditions. Includes monthly events such as: Beach days Dances Soccer Baseball Bingo And moreCOVID-19 UPDATE: Call 1-800-682-1648 to see if there are any online activities
  2. Provides online information on a variety of topics pertaining to alcohol, drugs, and addictions including: Alcohol Cannabis Opioids Cocaine Gambling Methamphetamine Prescription drugs Substance use in Canada Treatment, support, and recovery Impaired driving Wo...
  3. Substance Free Drop-in CentreProvided by: SAFE - AKA: Sober and Friendly Environment
    A drop-in for people to socialize in the evening hours without the pull of drugs or alcohol. The community connections made help gain and sustain recovery. People can drop by to socialize or participate in activities such as: Table tennis and pool Video games ...
  4. A 14 week program for families with teens that may be struggling with: Substance abuse * Behavioural issues * Self-harmThe program consists of: Interactive skills building in the areas of relationship building, parenting, communication, problem solving, anger ...
  5. Provides a free confidential phone and texting service offering support and information to people who want to quit smoking. Also includes a website where people can access information and tools to help them quit.
  6. REACH ProgramProvided by: REACH Foundation - AKA: REACH
    Participants take part in a 16-week day program to help them in early recovery from mental health or addictions issues as they prepare to transition back to work or school. The program is multi-faceted and includes: Regular one-on-one support from staff and re...
  7. Helps residents who want to stop smoking by covering the full cost of a 12-week course of treatment once per year. There are two options for treatment: Option 1: Non-Prescription Nicotine Replacement Therapy products such as patches, gum, lozenges, or inhaler ...
  8. Helps residents who want to stop smoking by covering the full cost of a 12-week course of treatment once per year. There are two options for treatment: Option 1: Non-Prescription Nicotine Replacement Therapy products such as patches, gum, lozenges, or inhaler ...
  9. Helps residents who want to stop smoking by covering the full cost of a 12-week course of treatment once per year. There are two options for treatment: Option 1: Non-Prescription Nicotine Replacement Therapy products such as patches, gum, lozenges, or inhaler ...
  10. Helps residents who want to stop smoking by covering the full cost of a 12-week course of treatment once per year. There are two options for treatment: Option 1: Non-Prescription Nicotine Replacement Therapy products such as patches, gum, lozenges, or inhaler ...
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