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1 Guide to Community Resources For Chemical Dependency Treatment Chemical Dependency Resource Team Vancouver General Hospital 899 West 12th Avenue Vancouver BC V5Z 1M9 Tel:

2 Detoxification Centres For many people, a brief stay in a detoxification centre is the first step in the treatment process. Detoxification centres offer a safe, supportive, live-in environment for withdrawal from the intoxicating effects of alcohol or other drugs. Referrals to detoxification centres are made by outpatient counsellors, friends or families, clergy, social workers, and health care professionals. You can also refer yourself. Once you have been admitted, you will be cared for by a team of professional staff. A doctor is available daily and emergency care that may be necessary is provided by hospitals in the area. The need for continued care in the detoxification unit is assessed daily. The length of stay varies greatly depending on your needs. Discussion groups and other programs including orientation to available treatment services and information on chemical dependency, are provided to help you prepare for the follow-up you will need after discharge. To avoid disappointment or delay, please be sure to call first to make sure a bed is available. Sometimes it is necessary to wait for a bed. Your continued interest will assist entry. Outpatient Counselling Services If you have concerns about your use of alcohol or drugs, you can ask an outpatient-counselling centre for information and advice. Most clinics offer an education program (typically 3 months) to give people more information about the use and misuse of alcohol and drugs. Following the educational program, you may decide to make an appointment for a detailed look at your own situation. When you come into the centre, professionally trained staff will provide a complete assessment, discussing particular concerns with you and any family members who wish to attend. Following assessment, you and your counsellor might decide that you could benefit from some additional support through one of the many special programs which might include: individual therapy, couple and family counselling, group counselling, assertiveness training, special programs for youth, activity groups, and a variety of other services. Depending upon your needs, you could be involved in outpatient treatment for one to three months, although more time can be arranged as needed. Sometimes assessment will point out a need for residential treatment. Staff work closely with other agencies and will refer you if necessary. There is no charge for outpatient counselling. 2

3 Support Recovery Homes Often the use of Alcohol and Drugs can erode many aspects of life that were previously taken for granted. If you suffer from poor physical health, have lost the support of your family, or the security of a job, you may need to spend time in a supportive recovery home. These homes provide a longer program, which offers you the chance to regain your health while benefiting from the support and assistance of other people with similar problems. During your stay, you will learn how to deal with the stresses of life without relying on alcohol or other drugs. As you become healthier and start rebuilding your life, you will be encouraged to learn new skills and interests, explore job opportunities and become involved with others in the community. Support Recovery Homes serve as good places to make informed decisions about further recovery. Staff can arrange for referrals to more intense residential treatment centres. Residential Treatment Centres Individuals who still have some stability in their lives, attachment to employers, family or friends, might benefit from a stay in a residential treatment centre. These facilities offer a short, intensive program, usually four to six weeks long. You will learn about alcohol and other drugs, how they affect you, and other ways of dealing with the stresses of life. The staff will offer individual counselling as well as group therapy sessions and a variety of other programs designed to meet your needs. Since your family may also have been affected by your drug abuse over the years, they will be encouraged to participate in the treatment program. Day Programs In some areas, day programs are available to persons with chemical dependency as well as those who have grown up with problems related to alcohol and drugs. The programs provide group therapy and life skill training in a group format. Specialized groups dealing with women s issues are also available. Access to day programs is by referral through outpatient clinics, physician, counsellors and mental health teams. Funding Support recovery homes and residential treatment centres have a monthly or program charge. These charges vary. If you cannot afford the charge, you might be eligible for assistance through your company s Employee Assistance Program or subsidies through one of the Alcohol and Drug Service outpatient clinics. The appropriate government agency usually fund those eligible for income assistance. An outpatient counsellor can help you find out more about funding. 3

4 Outpatient Services Phone Numbers and locations of some Outpatient Services will be changing. We will provide new numbers when available. Abbotsford Addictions Centre (604) Montrose St Abbotsford, V2S 3S9 Aboriginal Family Services (604) East Broadway, Vancouver, V5T 1W9 Aboriginal Wellness Program (604) E. 12th Ave Vancouver, V5T 2H1 Addiction Services White Rock/South Surrey Peace Arch Community Services (604) Maple St White Rock, V4B 4M2 Adept Services (604) Maple St White Rock, V4B 4M2 Alcohol and Drug Program Surrey Delta Immigrant Services Society For Indo Canadian and Central/South American individuals and families. Services also offered in Pujabi, Hindi,Urdu and Spanish (604) th St Surrey, V3W 1A3 Alouette Addictions Services Society (604) Lougheed Hwy Maple Ridge, V2X 2T8 Astra (Family/Children) (604) Newton Youth Resource Centre th Ave Surrey, V3W 2W3 BC Construction Rehab Plan (604) th St New Westminster, V3M 4H6 4 Burnaby Clinics: Burnaby Addiction Services & Gambling (604) Kingsway (604) Burnaby, V5H 4H2 (Metrotown Skytrain) Burnaby Addiction Services Burnaby Hospital (604) Kincaid St Burnaby, V5G 2X6 Chilliwack Prevention and Addiction Services 1(604) Luckakuck Way Chilliwack, V3R 3P2 Coast Foundation Society Mental Health Drug & Alcohol Line (Clean Start) (604) Mental Health Resource Centre 1225 Seymour St (upstairs) Vancouver Dawson Creek Alcohol and Drug Services 1(250) Ave Dawson Creek, V1G 2L4 Day Treatment Program, (DEW) Family Services (604) Kingsway Vancouver, V5V 3C9 Delta (North) A & D Program (604) th Ave Delta,V4C 3C6 Delta (South) A & D Program (604) th Ave Delta, V4L 1C4 DEYAS Needle Exchange (604) Main St Vancouver, V6A 2S7 Alcohol & Drug Program (604)

5 Downtown Eastside Women s Centre Dual Diagnosis (604) E. 12th Ave Vancouver, V5T 2H1 East Kootenay Addictions Services 1(250) Baker St Cranbrook, V1C 1B4 Fraser House Outpatient Clinic 1(604) th Ave Mission, V2V 1S6 Langley A & D Services (604) th St Langley, V3A 2E6 Lesbian,Gay, Bisexual & Transgendered Centre Support for Youth (604) Bute St Vancouver Magdalene Recovery Society (W/M) Out reach counselling for Chemically Dependent Sex Trade Workers (604) Downtown East Side Four Directions (PREP) (604) E. Hastings St Vancouver, V6A 1P5 Health Contact Centre Harm Reduction Model (604) E. Hastings St Vancouver, V6A 1N4 Hey-Way'-Noqu' (Healing Circle) (604) E. Broadway, Vancouver, V5N 1W1 Hope Alcohol & Drug Program 1(604) Wallace St Hope, V0X 1L0 Indian Homemakers Association of BC (604) E. 11th Ave Vancouver, V5T 2C4 INSITE Supervised Injection Site (604) E. Hastings St Vancouver, V6A 1N5 Jackson Murray Consultants Well Program (604) Kamloops Society of Alcohol and Drug Services 1(250) rd Ave Kamloops, V2C 6W5 5

6 Vancouver Coastal Health Addiction Services, Vancouver Pender Community Health Centre (604) W. Pender St Downtown Community Health Centre (604) Powell St. North Community Health Centre (604) Commercial Dr Evergreen Health Centre (604) Crowley Ave Pacific Spirit Community Health Centre (604) rd floor, 2110-W 43rd Ravensong Community Health Centre (604) Ontario St 3 Bridges Community Health Centre (604) Hornby Street South Addiction Services (604) George Pearson Centre 700-W. 57th Ave Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of B.C. (604) Powell St Vancouver, V6A 1E9 (604) West Esplanade St North Vancouver, V7L 1A6 (604) th Ave Surrey, V3T 2K4 New Westminster Needle Exchange (604) Carnarvon St New Westminster, V3L 1C2 Northwest Addiction Services 1(250) Kalum St Terrace, V8G 2N1 Perspectives Substance Abuse Services (604) th St New Westminster, V3L 3A6 6 Quesnel Alcohol and Drug Services 1(250) PO Box 4043 Quesnel, V2J 3J3 Richmond Addiction Services (604) Minoru Blvd Richmond, V6X 2A9 Sea to Sky Community Services Society (604) Toll Free: 1(888) nd Ave Squamish, V0N 3G0 (604) Toll Free: 1(877) Aster St Pemberton, V0N 2L0 (604) Toll Free: 1(877) Alpha Lake Rd Whistler, V0N 1B1 Seniors Well Aware Program (604) Hornby St Vancouver, V6Z 1W2 (604) Burnaby/New Westminster (604) South Surrey/White Rock Share Society Community Services (604) Curtis St Coquitlam Sheway (604) E. Hastings St Vancouver, V6A 1P5 South Fraser Community Services (604) Ave Surrey, V3T 5B7 Squamish A & D Services (604) nd Ave Squamish, V0N 3G0 Sunshine Coast Mental Health & Addiction Services 1(604) Sunshine Coast Hwy P.O. Box 949 Sechelt, V0N 3A0

7 Surrey Addiction Services Fraser Health Authority (604) th Ave Surrey, V3T 5T3 Surrey Delta Immigrant Services (604) nd Ave Surrey, V3W 2P2 Vancouver Native Health Society (604) E. Hastings St Vancouver, V6A 1P5 Victoria Innovative Seniors Treatment Approach (VISTA) Outpatient Treatment 1(250) Nanaimo St Victoria, V8T 4W9 Watari (604) E. Hastings St Vancouver, V6A 3T1 West Coast Alternatives Society (604) Delbrook Ave North Vancouver V7N 3Z4 West Kootenay Boundary Addiction Services 1(250) Pine Ave Trail Vancouver, V1R 4E2 White Rock (ADEPT) (604) Maple St White Rock, V4B 4M2 Williams Lake Addiction Services 1(250) rd floor, 540 Borland St Williams Lake, V2G 1R8 Youth Programs Broadway Youth Resource Centre Resources for youth, life skills, counseling, health services, employment training, meals, housing supports & referrals (604) E. Broadway D-Talks (12-21 years of age-youth Detox) (604) Toll Free: 1(866) DEYAS (Youth Detox) (604) E. Hastings St Vancouver, V6A 1P7 Last Door Youth Program (M) (604) Ash St New Westminster, V3M 3M2 Next Step OPTIONS: Services to Communities Society (For Street Involved Youth) (604) King Georg Hwy Surrey, V3W 4Z9 Nexus (24 years & under) (604) Cambie St Vancouver, V6B 2N7 Odyssey 1 (604) Howard Ave Burnaby, V5B 3R1 Odyssey 2 (604) St. George St Vancouver, V5T 3R8 Pacific Legal Education Society (604) Commercial St Vancouver, V5N 4G2 Plea Detox (Support Recovery Youth) (604) Vancouver/selected areas 7

8 Peak House (Youth) (604) fax: (604) Turner St Vancouver, V5K 2E7 Family Services Youth Detox (604) no drop ins Watari Youth Day Program (M/W) (Ages 13-21) (604) a-E.11th Ave Vancouver Youth Detox (Downtown East) (604) E. Hastings St Vancouver, V6A 1P7 Home Detox Programs Sea-To-Sky In-Home Detox Program (Adults 19 or older) (604) Toll Free: 1(800) Second Ave. Squamish Seniors Well Aware Program- (Adults 55 or older) (604) Hornby St Vancouver (604) th St New Westminster, V3L 3A7 Sunshine Coast Home Support Services (Adults 19 or older) (604) PO Box 2420 Sechelt 8

9 Detoxification Centres Chilliwack Withdrawal Management Unit/Detox Toll Free:1(866) Menholm St Chilliwack, V2P 1P7 Daytox (604) E. 2nd Ave Vancouver, V5T 1B9 D-Talks (Youth years) (604) Toll Free: 1(866) One Line Access Withdrawal Management/Detox Services Vancouver/Richmond Health Board (604) Toll Free: 1(866) E. 2nd Ave Vancouver, V5T 1B9 Harbourlight Cordova Detox (604) E. Cordova Vancouver, V6A 1K8 Maple Cottage Detox Centre (604) East Columbia St New Westminster, V3L 3V5 Vancouver Detox Centre (604) Toll Free: 1(866) E. 2nd Ave., Vancouver, V5T 1B Victoria Detox Centre (250) Pembroke St Victoria, V8T 1J5 Support Recovery Homes (P)=Private (F)=Funded Anderson Lodge (Women) (P) (Aboriginal and non Aboriginal) (604) Clark Dr Vancouver, V5N3H6 Changing Ways Wellness Centre (F) (604) th Ave Surrey Charlford House (Women) (F) (604) Kitchener St Burnaby, V5B 2J8 Choices Transition House (Men) (P) (604) Balmoral St Vancouver, V5P 3P7 City Centre Care Society (Men) (F) Addictions Recovery Program (604) W. Pender St Vancouver, V6B 1V2 Comox Valley Recovery Centre (Men) (F) 1(250) Menzies Ave Courtenay, V9N 3C3 Cornerstone Manor (Men) (P) (604) & rd St Surrey, V3T 3Y5 Cwengitel Society (Men) (P) (604) Park Dr Surrey Finally Free (P) (604) th St Surrey, V3V 5Z2 Foundation House (P) 1(250) Toll Free: 1(800) Cecilia Rd Victoria, V8T 4T7 9

10 Freedom House (Men) (P) (604) Ave Surrey, V3T 2A1 Glory House (Women) (P) (604) Suffolk Ave Port Coquitlam, V3B 1H5 Hannah House (Women) (P/F) Innervisions Recovery House (604) Dunbar St Maple Ridge, V2X 5T6 Homestead (Women) (F) (604) W. 57th Ave Vancouver, V6P 3Z9 Innervisions Recovery House (Men) (F) Drug/alcohol information & Intake to the Home (604) Fax: (604) Prairie Ave Port Coquitlam, V3V 1B5 It s Up to You (Men) (P) (604) E 8th Ave Vancouver, V5W 2P7 Lana House (Men) (P) (604) Kelly St New Westminster, V3L 3T7 Last Door (Men) (F) (604) th St New Westminster, V3M 3R3 Launching Pad (P) (604) th St Surrey, V4A 4W5 Life Recovery Association (Women) (604) PO Box 2652 Abbotsford, V2T 6R4 Liz s House (Women) (F) (604) Surrey, V5X 2X9 Lydia Home (Women) (P) 1(604) Union Gospel Mission th Ave Mission, V2V 2E1 Mending Spirit Lodge (Men/Women) (P) St Surrey, V3S 3G1 Mending Spirit Lodge (Women) (604) Vancouver Mending Spirit Lodge (Men/Women) (604) Mission New Dawn (Women) (P) (604) E. King Edward Vancouver, V5V 2E2 Path To Freedom (Men) (F) (Punjabi, Hindi, English) (604) Ave No. 10 Hwy, Cloverdale Phoenix House (Men) (F) (604) A Ave. Surrey, V3V 1N1 Rapha Place (P) (604) Rousseau New Westminster, V3L 3R3 Reflections (P) (604) th St Surrey, V3W 4T3 Resurrection House (Men) (P) (604) Liverpool St Port Coquitlam, V3B 3V5 10

11 Rising Sun Treatment Centre (Men) (P) (778) W. 66th Ave Vancouver, V6P 2R8 Safe Haven Inc. (Men) (P) (Formerly New Step Recovery House) (604) A Ave Surrey, V3W 6S5 Sancta Maria House (Women) (P) (604) W. 7th Ave Vancouver, V6J 1T4 Servants Anonymous Society (SAS) (Women) (604) th Ave Surrey, V3S 1H2 Step by Step (Women) (P) (604) , Pager: (604) A Ave Surrey, V3W 7X2 Step by Step (Men) (P) (604) Senior House th St Surrey (604) Junior House A St Surrey Stepinstone Supportive Housing (778) Opal Place Abbotsford, V2T 3T5 Together We Can (Men) (F) (604) Fax: (604) Kingsway Vancouver, V5R 5H9 Turning Point (Men/Woman) (F) (604) Fax: (604) W. 13th Ave Vancouver, V5Y 1W4 Turning Point (Men) (F) (604) Odlin Rd Richmond, V7C 2W1 Union Gospel Mission (Men) (P) (604) Fax: (604) E Cordova St Vancouver, V6B 3V8 Wagner Hills Farm (Men) (P) (19 years and older) (604) th St, RR. 6 Langley, V3A 4P9 We Can (Men) (P) (604) Elliot St Vancouver Westminster House (Women) (F) (604) th St New Westminster, V3M 3K5 Young Wolves (Women) (F) (17-24 years) (604) E. 59th Ave Vancouver Surfside Recovery House (Men) (F) 1(250) / Rosstown Rd Nanaimo, V9T 3R7 Talitha Koum (Women) (P) (604) st St Burnaby, V3N 3S6 11

12 B.C. Interior Support Recovery Homes Residential Treatment Facilities (P)=Private (F)=Funded (P)=Private (F)=Funded Freedoms Door (P) 1(250) Centennial Cres. Kelowna, V1Y 6K3 Harmony House (Women) (P) 1(250) Ethel St Kelowna, V1Y 8T3 Kiwanis House Rehabilitation Centre (Women/Men) (P/F) 1(250) Columbia St Kamloops, V2C 2S7 Madsen House (Men) (P) 1(250) Madsen Rd Kelowna, V1X 2C3 New Opportunities for Women (P/F) 1(250) PO Box 476 Station PBC Kelowna, V1Y 7P1 A Home Away Retreat (P) 1(250) Toll Free: 1(866) Lakeridge Rd Kelowna, V1Z 1Y1 Aurora Centre (Women) (F) (604) Oak St Vancouver, V6H 3N1 Crossroads Treatment Centre (Men /Women) (F) 1(250) Franklyn Rd Kelowna, V1X 6A9 Edgewood (Men/Women) (P) 1(250) Boxwood Rd Nanaimo, V9S 4L2 Harbourlight Recovery Centre (Men) (F) (604) E. Cordova St Vancouver, V6A 1K8 Kinghaven Treatment Centre (F) 1(604) King Rd, RR #1 Abbotsford, V2S 1M3 Maple Ridge Treatment Centre (F) (604) Calligan Ave Maple Ridge, V2X 2E2 Miracle Valley Treatment Centre (F) 1(604) Stave Lake Rd Mission, V2V 4J5 Nechako Centre (F) 1(250) th Ave Prince George, V2M 1S2 12

13 The Orchard Recovery and Treatment Centre (P) Toll Free: 1(866) P.O. Box O-38 Bowen Island, V0N 1G0 Pacifica (Men/Women) (F) (604) E. 11th Ave Vancouver, V5N 1Y9 Pine Winds Recovery Centre (P) 1(250) RR 31, S3, C45 Okanagan Falls,V0H 1R0 Peardonville House (Women) (F) (604) Peardonville Rd Abbotsford, V4X 2L8 Shae Summit Recovery Society (P) (604) A St Surrey, V3V 7B8 Sunshine Coast Health Centre (Woman) (P) Fleury Rd Powell River, V8A 4Z2 Native Residential Treatment Facilities Kakawis Family Development Centre 1(250) PO Box 17 Meares Island Tofino, V0R 2Z0 Ktunaxa/Kinbasket Wellness Centre 1(250) RR #1, Site 7, PO Box 17 Creston, V0B 1G0 Namgis Health Treatment Centre 1(250) P.O. Box 290 Alert Bay, V0N 1A0 Nenqayni Treatment Centre Society 1(250) PO Box 2529 Williams Lake, V2G 4P2 Round Lake Centre 1 (250) Treatment Centre Rd Armstrong, V0E 1B5 Tsow-Tun-Le Lum Society 1(250) PO Box 370 Lantzville, V0R 2H0 Wilp Si'satxw Community Healing Centre 1(250) PO Box 429 Kitwanga, V0J 2A0 13

14 Self-Help/Mutual Support Groups AA (604) Meetings available in Punjabi, Finnish and French ACOA (604) Alano Club, (604) North Shore (604) Vancouver Alanon (604) Vancouver Alanteen (604) Vancouver Alcohol Screening online http//www.alcoholscreening.org Avalon Recovery Centre (Women) (604) Vancouver (604) North Shore Celebrate Recovery, Christ Centreed 12 Step Recovery Program (604) Richmond Cocaine Anonymous (604) Co-Dependency Anonymous (604) Crystal Meth. Anonymous (604) DAMS (Women) (604) Dual Diagnosis (604) Ext.7846 Easy Does It Club (604) King George Hwy Surrey Emotions Anonymous (604) From Grief to Action Anonymous (604) Downtown Community Health Clinic 569 Powell St Vancouver Naranon (604) Narcotics Anonymous (604) Overeaters Anonymous (604) Parents Forever (604) Parents Together (604) Problem Gambling Information and Referral Service Toll Free: 1(888) Rational Recovery (604) Sexaholics Anonymous (604)

15 Survivors of Incest Anonymous (604) Vancouver Recovery Club (604) Women for Sobriety, Inc. Women s Wellbeing Group (Benzo s) c/o Canadian Mental Health Association Melville St Vancouver, V6E 3V6 Maintenance Programs College of Physicians & Surgeons Program (604) Bio Scan (604) fax: (604) W. Broadway Vancouver. V5Z 1H6 (604) fax: (604) th St Surrey, V5W 1A4 Campbell River Clinic 1(250) fax: 1(250) B Petersen Rd Campbell River, V9W 3J7 Columbia Coast Addictions Services 1(250) fax: 1(250) Beech St Campbell River, V9W 5G4 Commercial Health Clinic (604) fax: (604) Commercial Dr Vancouver, V5N 4C5 Downtown Community Health Clinic (604) fax: (604) Powell St Vancouver, V6A 1L6 Duncan Clinic 1(250) fax: 1(250) Ingram St Duncan, V9L 1N8 Gardell & Associates (604) fax: (604) Kingsway Vancouver, V5R 5M1 1(250) Commercial St Nanaimo, V9R 5G2 15

16 Gemini Services Clinic 1 1(604) Yale Rd Chilliwack, V2P 2P2 Clinic 2 1(604) Hazel St Abbotsford, V2S 2M6 Gilwest Clinic Richmond Health Services 1(604) fax: (604) Westminster Highway Richmond, V6X 1A2 Lower Mainland Drug Freedom (604) fax: (604) Blackwood St New Westminster, V3L 2T3 Meta Clinic 1(250) fax: 1(250) nd Ave Prince George, V2K 4A3 1(250) B-56 Victoria Rd Nanaimo, V9R 5N9 New Beginnings Clinic (604) fax: (604) A St Surrey, V3T 4E2 Outreach Services Clinic 1(250) fax: 1(250) Fernwood Rd Victoria, V8T 2Y9 Park City Clinic (604) fax: (604) th St Surrey, B.C., V3T 2Z3 Phoenix Centre 1(250) fax: 1(250) rd Ave Kamloops, V2C 6W5 Royal Oak Clinic (604) fax: (604) A Kingsway Vancouver, V5N 2T4 Sheway For Pregnant Women (604) fax: (604) Hawks Ave Vancouver, V6A 3H5 Three Bridges Community Health Clinic (604) fax: (604) Hornby St Vancouver, V6Z 1W2 Three Pillars Clinic (604) fax: (604) E. Hastings St Vancouver, V6A 1P7 Vancouver Native Health Society (604) fax: (604) E. Hastings St Vancouver, V6A 1P5 Yaletown Medical Centre (604) Granville St Vancouver, V6Z 3B2 Pender Community Health Centre (604) fax: (604) West Pender Vancouver, V6B 1R3 16

17 Self-Help Internet Association of Intervention Specialists Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse Centre of Addiction and Mental Health Centre for Addictions Research Crystal Recovery From Grief to Action Here To Help BC Partners for Mental Health Kaiser Foundation, British Columbia Lifering Secular Recovery Moderation Management Self-Help Literature Canadian Liver Foundation Resource Centre W 8th Ave Vancouver, V5Z 1E2 Odin Books (604) W. Broadway Vancouver, V6H 1G5 Serenity Shop (604) Renfrew St Vancouver. V5M 3H5 (Rear of Liquidation Action, 1st and Renfrew) Alcohol & Drug Information Referral Service (604) Vancouver Prevention Source (604) Vancouver Vancouver Alcohol and Drug Information Services (604) Prevention Source, British Columbia Sober City Substance Information Supervised Injection Site 17

18 Smoking Cessation Methods & Programs Breath-Free to Stop Smoking 8 sessions emphasizing positive lifestyle modification (604) Ext. 417 Seventh Day Adventist Church B.C. Doctors Stop Smoking Program (604) Vancouver Quit Line Canadian Cancer Society Toll Free: 1(877) Quit Smoking quitnow.ca Your Next Step Tobacco Cessation Program Hazelden Foundation Toll Free: 1(800) Centre City, MN, USA Interactive Support 18

19 The Chemical Dependency Resource Team at Vancouver General Hospital acknowledges that this list of resources is not fully comprehensive. It represents those services that may be some use to patients and serves as a resource to health care providers. The CDRT does not guarantee the services listed and provides this guide as information only. Please contact the Chemical Dependency Resource Team Secretary at (604) , if the number you reached is no longer in service, or incorrect. For more copies, go online at or and quote Catalogue No. FP.450.T348 Vancouver Coastal Health, April 2006 The information in this document is intended solely for the person to whom it was given by the health care team.

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