Grand River Hospital

Withdrawal Management Centre

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Record #: GCL0928 Last Modified: 27 Nov 2013 Last Full Update: 17 Oct 2013
Contact Information
Alternate NameWithdrawal Management Center
Office Phone519-749-4318
Fax519-749-4328
E-Mailinfo@grhosp.on.ca
Websitewww.grhosp.on.ca/Addictionsubstanceprograms
Primary ContactRick Lauzon, Clinical Manager; Phone: 519-749-4300 ext 3812
Site LocationKitchener
Located In CommunityKitchener
Address & Map
52 Glasglow St
Kitchener, ON N2G 2G7
 
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IntersectionGlasgow St and Park St
Mailing AddressPO Box 9056 
Kitchener, ON N2G 1G3
AccessibilityFully Accessible
Description & Services
DescriptionNon-medical service of Grand River Hospital's Mental Health and Addictions Program. 
Provides services in a number of ways, depending on individual needs and available support systems. 
 
Residential Withdrawal Management: short-term service best suited to individuals who require 24 hour monitoring of their withdrawal symptoms, or those who need a structured and/or protected setting in order to abstain. Length of stay based on individual needs. 
 
Day Withdrawal Management: Day services are delivered at the Centre location using a 10-day, small group format. Lunch is provided and staff are available to support client's evenings, nights and week-ends. Transition to other community support services is an important part of this program.
Sup. DescriptionFor further information, see www.drugandalcoholhelpline.ca
HoursMon-Sun 24 hours
DatesAll year
Areas ServedDufferin County ; Guelph ; Waterloo Region ; Wellington County
EligibilityAges: 16 year(s) and up 
 
In a safe and respectful environment, the Centre's Addiction Counsellors provide support for individuals undergoing detoxification services from alcohol and/or drugs.
ApplicationWaiting List
LanguagesEnglish
FeesNone
Other Details
Service Level(50) Non Profit
FundingProvincial - LHIN
Subjects
Service CategoriesAddictions/Dependencies Issues ; Adult Residential Care Homes ~ Addictions/Dependencies Issues
SubjectsAbuse ; Addictions ; Alcoholism ; Counselling ; Detoxification ; Drug addiction