Satellite Opiate treatment
The Satellite Clinic is a community-based,
outpatient opiate addiction treatment service. The Satellite provides comprehensive services to people who are facing challenges related to their use of opiate drugs.
Toronto Opiate Support Team
The Toronto Opiate Support Team (TOST) operates throughout the City of Toronto to
engage with and advocate for people who are using opiate drugs, opiate replacement
medications, and have limited access to supportive services.
Harm Reduction outreach
Our team provides a variety of harm reduction and addiction services including support groups and individual counselling, distributing safer-use supplies and community outreach.
ADDICTION Supportive Housing
The Addiction Supportive Housing (ASH) program is available to individuals
16+ who have problematic substance use and require stable housing. The
program is offered in partnership with Regeneration Community Services.
Family & Youth initiative
This initiative is an outpatient program developed to meet the needs of youth, aged 12 to 25, and their family members and friends who are struggling with substance use concerns.
Pieces to Pathways
Pieces to Pathways (P2P) is a peer-led initiative creating Canada’s first
substance use support program for LGBTTQQ2SIA youth in Toronto. P2P
provide alcohol and drug use support services for LGBTTQQ2SIA youth ages
16 to 29 years old. The P2P model involves 3 components: community dropin
spaces, case management and support groups.