Treatment Information

Methadone Saves Lives

Web site operated by the Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

12 step

NA (Narcotics Anonymous)

Meetings are held at River City Centre, St. Luke’s United Church and the YMCA.
Tel: 1-888-811-3887

AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)

Meetings every day of the week at various locations.
Tel: 519-337-5211
AA meetings can also be accessed online

Detox and Rehab

On-line directory – Canada wide

Residential Withdrawal Management

89 Norman St, Sarnia, ON N7T 6S3
Tel: 519-332-4673

London or Windsor will accept if patient is intoxicated, withdrawing, or in crisis. Approximately four day programs with no medical support via medications.

London Detox

471 William St., London
Tel: 519-432-7241

Windsor Detox – Hôtel-Dieu Grace

1453 Prince Rd., Windsor, ON N9C 3Z4
Tel: 519-257-5111

Women & Men’s Detox

Old Fire Hall, 363 Mill St., Windsor
Tel: 519-257-5225

House of Sophrosyne Residential Program (women only)

Tel: 1- 877-533-9503


Lambton County Resources

Lambton Mental Health Crisis Services

Tel: 519-336-3445 or 1-800-307-4319
Availability is 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, including holidays.

Self referral to Addictions Services

Tel: 519-464-4500 ext. 5370

Community Health Services Department

160 Exmouth St. Point Edward, On Canada N7T 7Z6
Tel: 519-383-8331
Fax: 383-7092
Toll free: 1-800-667-1839

This site has a link to Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse Refrain from using dirty needles. Clean needles are available at the Lambton Health Unit. Follow with family doctor for HIV and hepatitis testing. Contact doctor for chills, fever, pain, swelling or drainage from injection sites.

Red Cross Transportation

416 East Street N, Sarnia, ON N7T 6Y4
Tel: 519-332-6380


Tel: 519-336-3000

Family Counselling Centre

1086 Modeland Rd 2nd floor building 1030, Sarnia, ON N7S 6L2
Tel: 519-336-0120

Chatham Kent Resources

Chatham Kent Health Alliance

80 grand Ave West
Tel: 519-352-6400

Free Help CK

137 Queen St, Chatham, ON N7M 2G7
Tel: 519-990-5178

R.O.C.K Missions

425 McNaughton Ave W, Chatham, ON N7L 4K4
Tel: 519-354-0430 ex. 205

CHAP- Community Home Assistance Program

50 Adelaide Street South, Chatham, ON, N7M 6K7
Tel: 519-354-6221

Walpole Island Community Service Program

RR 3 Stn Main, Wallaceburg, ON N8A 4K9
Tel: 519-627-0767

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Tel: 833-456-4566


Rebound, a program for youth

Tel: 519-344-2841

Kids Help Phone

Tel: 1-800-668-6868

St. Clair Child and Youth Services

Tel: 519-337-3701

The Haven Youth Shelter

Tel: 519-344-1746

WAYS (Western Area Youth Services) Chatham Kent

Tel: 519-354-4095



Connex has 3 helplines

Addiction           1-800-565-8603

Mental Health    1-866-531-5301

Gambling           1-888-230-5305

and information on services in your community and across Ontario

Pregnant and Parenting

Lambton Public Health Unit

Registered Public Health Nurse – You can phone and ask to speak with one regarding any questions you may have in regards to parenting.
Tel: 519-383-8331

Caring Connections

Run by House of Sophrosyne. 13 week program is available in Chatham and Sarnia areas
Tel: 226-627-0627

Postpartum Adjustment Services

help with postpartum depression and adjustment to life as a new mom through St Clair Child and Youth Services
Tel: 519-337-3701


Disease & Infection

Needle use and sexual relations increase the risk for attaining a number of illnesses and diseases. Many opioid drug users have contracted or know of someone who has contracted a disease related to drug use. The following are a few common diseases associated with drug use, along with links to information about how they are contracted, managed, and treated.

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B vaccines are given to any patient without previous exposure or immunization to Hepatitis B.

Hepatitis C

BMC Chatham and Sarnia Pharmacies offer Hep c treatment. Any BMC patient’s welcome to access this. For more information on this speak to the physician and/or BMC pharmacists.

There is good information on Hepatitis C and other diseases on Health Canada’s web site as well as the Lambton Community Health Services HEP C HANDOUT.



Prison can also increase the risk of contracting illnesses, diseases and parasitic infestations. A common disease which can be contracted when people are in close proximity to each other is Tuberculosis.


C Three Foundation

Overdose Prevention

National Overdose Response Service (NORS)