Treatment provides supports and resources to help people regain health through harm reduction and possible abstinence from drug use. There are many treatment options and resources available in the City of Greater Sudbury.
Call 911 if you are experiencing or witnessing an overdose.
For immediate help over the phone, call:
Regional Warm Line
Offers peer support and addresses some of the challenges facing people with lived experience of mental illness.
Mental Health: 1-866-531-2600
Call 211 for a free 24/7 provincial helpline.
1-800-668-6868. Helpline for those under 20 years old.
Provincial helpline for postsecondary students.
Explore the following links for information regarding mental health and addictions services in the City of Greater Sudbury:
- Action Sudbury – Citizens Against Impaired Driving
- Applegrove Methadone Clinic
- Association des jeunes de la rue
- Cambrian College
- Canadian Mental Health Association Sudbury/Manitoulin
- City of Greater Sudbury
- City of Greater Sudbury – Paramedic Services
- City of Greater Sudbury – Social Services
- Crown Attorney
- Greater Sudbury Police Service
- Health Sciences North – Outpatient Addictions & Gambling
- Health Sciences North – Withdrawal Management Services
- Laurentian University
- Methadone Clinic – Larch Street
- Métis Nation
- Monarch Recovery Services (Formerly Iris Addiction Recovery for Women and Rockhaven Recovery)
- North East Local Health Integration Network (NELHIN)
- Northern Ontario School of Medicine
- N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre
- Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy
- Ontario Provincial Police
- Réseau ACCESS Network
- Social Planning Council of Sudbury
- Public Health Sudbury & Districts
- Sudbury Action Centre for Youth (SACY)
- Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers
This item was last modified on November 2, 2018