Treatment & INTAKE SUPPORT
GENERAL MENTAL HEALTH & SUBSTANCE USE SERVICES BY COMMUNITY:
(including Fort St. John, Fort Nelson, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, & Tumbler Ridge)
North Wind Healing Centre implements a Bio-Psycho-Social affective-based treatment program to help participants heal from the heart. A 45-day, culturally based, residential treatment program for ages 19.
Fort St. John Mental Health &
Fort St John BC V1J 5S7
About The Fort St. John Day Treatment Program
The Adult Addiction Day Treatment program provides a client-centered approach to wellness. The program focuses on assisting individuals to achieve greater responsibility for their individual recovery, provides access to resources for on-going support and uses the harm reduction model to promote quality health and well-being.
Supportive recovery beds contracted to deliver low to moderate support in a safe, structured living arrangement, free from alcohol and illict drugs, in which the client resides during the course of recovery.
Fort St. John Supportive Recovery Beds – Northern Centre of Hope – Salvation Army
9824 99th Avenue
Fort St John, BC
Withdrawal management / medical detoxification
Allocated beds for substance use withdrawal/medical detoxification. Each location has varied numbers of beds and age requirements. Support provided by a mental health and addictions clinical nurse.
Prince George Adult Withdrawal
1308 Alward Street
Prince George, BC V2M 7B1
Intensive Case Management
The overall purpose of the Intensive Case Management Team (ICMT) is to improve health care and outcomes for individuals and families who are impacted by problematic substance use or addiction with or without mental illness, and are experiencing functional challenges related to community living, including housing and income, through the provision of intensive community- based outreach services.
First Nations Mobile Support
About Fort St. John First Nations
The First Nations Mobile Support Team members have specialized training in mental health and substance use disorders and they provide a continuum of services to communities. They collaborate with individual First Nation communities to improve and refine culturally responsive care and services for communities and individuals and support community-driven Nation-based local health planning.
Opiate Agonist Therapy
These programs provide opioid substitution (methadone/suboxone) treatment services to individuals with drug dependency and offer individual counselling, education, support, and methadone treatment interdisciplinary case management.
Fort St. John Mental Health
& aDDICTION sERVICES
Suite 300-9900-100 Avenue
Fort St John BC V1J 5S7
DAWSON CREEK METHADONE OPIATE AGONIST THERAPY PROGRAM
Dawson Creek Health Unit
1001 110th Street
Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4X3
These various supports, services and programs range from intake, crisis response, short term counselling, longer term case management, medication management, life skills, education, psychiatric consultation and psycho-educational groups. Some cater specifically to First Nation and Aboriginal patients, and some cater to all demographics.
Aboriginal Family Services Dawson Creek: 250-782-1169
Chetwynd Mental Health &Addictions Community Program: 250-788-7300
Chetwynd Tansi Friendship Centre: 250-788-2996
Fort Nelson Aboriginal Friendship Society: 250-774-2300
Fort Nelson First Nation Health & Wellness Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program: 250-774-2300
Fort Nelson Mental Health & Addictions Services Interprofessional Team (IPT): 250-774-7092
Fort St. John Friendship Society: 250-785-3411
Fort St. John Mental Health & Addictions Services:
Tumbler Ridge Mental Health & Addictions Community Program: 250-242-5505