Here is a list of some Youth rehab Ontario, Canada centers. I am not endorsing or recommending any of them as I have not visited or reviewed the programs with the exception of looking at their websites where they have one. Also please note I do not generally write the description of the programs, descriptions are taken from the centers websites or marketing materials.
This list of youth rehab Ontario centers is for information purposes only and to give you a starting point when you are looking for help with your addiction issues.
If you operate a youth rehab Ontario center and would like to be listed here let us know via the contact us page and we will get it up there.
Youth Rehab Ontario
Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre Centre de traitement pour jeunes Dave Smith Carleton Place, ON Phone: (613) 594-8333 ext.3101 The DSYTC operates two, 24-hour residential addiction treatment facilities for youth. Carp Campus is a 10-bed facility for females and Carleton Place Campus is a 14-bed facility for males.
Through these separate campuses for young men and women, we offer comprehensive and evidence-based programming to address the unique needs of each individual we serve. Modalities include individual therapy, group counselling, academic programming, therapeutic recreation and psychiatric support.
Within a harm reduction context, client safety is our top priority. Therefore, our residential treatment facilities operate as 100% substance-free environments (including tobacco products). NOTE: Nicotine Replacement Therapies (NRTs) and smoking cessation programming is provided. For pregnant youth and those under 18 years of age, NRTs may not be provided without specific medical consent.
Camillus Centre The Oaks Centre 3-9 Oakland Boulevard Elliot Lake, ON P5A 2T1 Phone: (705) 848 7182 Residential Treatment Services (Camillus Centre)
The residential treatment services offered the following programs:
- Young Adult Chemical Dependency Program
- Adult Chemical Dependency Program
- Family / Co-dependency Program
Portage Ontario Elora, ON Phone: (519) 846-0945 Portage has six residential substance abuse rehabilitation centres for adolescents in Canada – in Québec, New Brunswick, Ontario, and British Columbia.
Portage has helped thousands of young people to overcome substance abuse and go on to lead healthy, productive, drug-free lives.
Ray of Hope - Youth 180 Kitchener, ON Phone: (519) 743-2311 ext. 216 Residential Treatment is offered to males ages 13-17 at Ray of Hope’s residence in downtown Kitchener. Our small size allows each young man to receive individual attention from staff, while he also benefits from working on recovery with his peers.
Throughout their four-month stay, residents learn healthy self-care in all aspects of life. This is an abstinence-based program for all substances, including tobacco.
Maison Arc-En-Ciel Opasatika, ON Toll-Free: 1(800) 397-9430 La Maison Arc-en-Ciel is a French residential rehabilitation center, which welcomes young francophone men from across Ontario. We are a non-profit association, under the leadership of a Board of Directors.
They accept francophone young men, age 12 to 24, who are dealing with addiction, multiple addictions or concurrent disorders (mental health and drug addiction)
Pine River Institute Shelburne, ON Phone: (519) 925 9225 The students at Pine River are aged 13 to 19. These youth are typically experiencing a global breakdown – in school, in relationships, in physical health, in emotional development.
Most youth who attend Pine River have a history of:
- Drug and alcohol problems
- Depression and/or anxiety
- Family conflict
- Low self-esteem
- Lack of motivation
- Excessive anger, defiance
- School truancy, failure, suspension, or expulsion
- Running away
- Street involvement
- Contact with the law, and/or
Westover Treatment Centre - Thamesville Thamesville, ON Phone: (519) 692-5110 ext. 125 Operates a children's program on weekends for children aged 7 to 12.
St. Joseph's Care Group Thunder Bay,ON Phone: (807) 684-5100 Toll-Free: 1(866) 346-0463 In keeping with the St. Joseph's Care Group and Addiction Services Mission, Youth Addiction Programs is a client centred provincial resource providing a variety of services to children, adolescents and their families.
Youth Addiction Programs provides youth and their families support, education and stabilization in a safe respectful environment to empower the youth to make educated decisions about drug and alcohol use and gambling.
These decisions are supported through a multi-disciplinary team approach in collaboration with youth.
Youth Addiction Programs offers residential treatment and community based services which include education and prevention.
Weechi-it-te-win Training and Learning Centre Fort Frances, ON Phone: (807) 274-4571 Toll-Free: 1(866) 656-4460 The Weechi-it-te-win Ganawendaasowin Treatment Program operates ten child welfare beds that are allotted to the First Nations Communities' services by Weechi-te-win Family Services. These beds are designed for youth between the ages twelve and seventeen. In the event that any of the child welfare beds are not used by children who occupy one of the child welfare documentation completed prior to referral, the centre also operates six treatment beds for adolescents between the ages of twelve and seventeen who have been diagnosed with alcohol and/or other substances combined with mental health issues and related behavioral, social and emotional difficulties.
Native Horizons Treatment Centre Hagersville, ON Phone: (905) 768-5144 Toll-Free: 1(877) 330-8467 The programs offered at NHTC include a six week residential treatment program for those persons with alcohol and drug related problems and a two week follow-up program that is offered for those individuals who have previously participated in any treatment program, and/or have been substance free for a period of six months or more.
CentreKa-Na-Chi-Hih Specialized Solvent Abuse Treatment Thunder Bay, ON Phone: (907) 623-5577 Ka-Na-Chi-Hih (KNCH) is a solvent abuse treatment centre situated in Thunder Bay, Ontario. It serves First Nation Youth, ages 16 to 25 from across Canada. A twelve bed long-term facility, KNCH provides holistic care through traditional as well as contemporary treatment methods.
These are the Teen Rehab Ontario, Canada Centers that I was able to find, if you operate or work for another and would like it listed here please get in contact via the Contact Us page and send me the information, I would be happy to get it up there.
Again just to repeat my disclaimer from above I am not endorsing or recommending any teen rehab Ontario centers since I have never visited or assessed the centers. This is just the results from my online searching.