If you are in crisis, please call the Crisis Intervention Centre at 613-969-7400 ext. 12753, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

For access to addictions and mental health support, connect to AccessMHA Regional Coordinated Access to make an online referral.

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Addictions Treatment Services

Substance use is prevalent in our society, and for many, their use can result in significant adverse consequences in various life areas.

Addictions Treatment services are designed to improve health, social outcomes and quality of life of people with substance use concerns through offering direct client services.

Addictions Treatment

Community counselling/treatment which includes the following:

*Services provided are free, confidential and available for all individuals regardless of their stage of change or treatment goals.

* Sessions are in individual and group format with frequency and length of sessions varying depending on individual need and program outline.  

Referral Process

Anyone concerned about their substance use can access services regardless of their stage of change simply by contacting the agency directly to request services or they may contact central intake at:  310-OPEN.

Family/Significant Others

If concerned about someone else’s substance use, you can call CMHA HPE for information and referrals for further assistance.

Addiction Supportive Housing (ASH) Program

In March 2008, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care began investing funds for the development of supportive housing programs across Ontario for people with addictions.

Primary Objectives:

Principles for Program Framework:

South Eastern Ontario

The Addiction Supportive Housing (ASH) Program was developed as a regional addictions program with housing supports that is managed by Addictions and Mental Health Services – Hastings Prince Edward.

Program Components Include:

Housing

Securing and maintaining safe and stable housing in an essential part of this treatment program.  To assist with this a rent supplement will be provided for variable time periods based on established need.

The program holds 16 subsidies in Hastings/Prince Edward County, 16 subsides in Kingston/Frontenac/Lennox & Addington and 16 subsides in Lanark/Leeds and Grenville.

Case Management/Supportive Counselling & Services

The Addictions Case Managers provide a full range of case management services in the individual environment of choice which include:

Primary Eligibility Criteria:

Referral Process

Individuals currently engaged with CMHA HPE, AMHS KFLA or LLG should speak to their worker about a referral.

Referrals from other sources may contact CMHA HPE to obtain the referral form which is to be completed and returned to CMHA HPE by Fax 613-968-4312.

Once referral is received, ASH staff will review referral and contact the referral agent or individual to arrange a time to meet individually to explore the individual’s needs and discuss the program.  Individuals who believes the program would be beneficial to them and are able to commit to the ASH program will be offered subsequent sessions with the Addictions Case Manager to establish and implement a plan to secure/maintain housing with addictions support.

Concurrent Disorders Case Management

The Concurrent Disorders program provides a holistic treatment approach for individuals that are experiencing both addiction and mental health issues in the Bellleville and Trenton area .  A Concurrent Disorders Counsellor provides specialized integrated service while supporting improved, long-term outcomes for individuals.

Integrated service recognizes that co-occurring disorders require a modified approach that is both coordinated and comprehensive.  This program provides a wide range of services relevant to well-being.

Services include, but are not limited to:

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