Addiction Centre Toronto: COVID-19 ALERT
If you have a new cough, fever, difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose, headache or if you have recently traveled, please phone the clinic in advance to make arrangements for your care.
Some of ACT’s new CODIV-19 procedures are: Patient screening will be performed at the clinic, increased frequency of sanitization, staged appointments, modified hours of operation and increased use of telemedicine to reduce overcrowding, promote social distancing and reduce in person contact.
Remember: Do not panic. Wash your hands, don’t touch your face and practice social distancing .
The cost of clinic visits is covered by OHIP with your health card.
ODB, ODSP, Ontario Works, Trillium, and private insurance are accepted.Main Topics
Transfer to ACT
No waiting list. No fees to join. Scroll down to find the nearest clinic to obtain additional information.
193 Colborne Street
Brantford, Ontario N3T 2G8
84 Carden Street
Guelph, Ontario N1H 3A3
91 Queen Street South Unit 7
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 4M7
3079 Princess Street
Kingston, Ontario K7P 0K6
Three Locations In Hamilton
225 John Street South
Hamilton, Ontario L8N 2C7
1440 Main Street East
Hamilton, Ontario L8K 6M3
664 Barton Street East
Hamilton, Ontario L8L 3A4
Original Clinic Locations
162 Division Street
Kingston, Ontario K7L 3M6
226 Charlotte Street
Peterborough, Ontario K9J 2T8
4113A Lawrence Avenue East
Toronto, Ontario M1E 2S2
1288 Danforth Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M4J 1M6
Telemedicine. Many locations. We’ve got you covered.
Convenience is important. ACT has many locations to serve you. Telemedicine increases doctor availability throughout the week.
Are you already in a program, but need or want to transfer? Call the closest ACT location and make an appointment. Bring your health card. Bring your ID and contact information. Tell the staff that you would like to “transfer to ACT” and fill out the paperwork including a consent form to transfer your medical records from your current clinic.Learn More
If you are interested, call the closest ACT location and make an appointment. Bring your health card. Bring your ID and contact information. When you arrive tell the staff that you would like to “start treatment” and fill out the appropriate paperwork.Learn More
Opioid Substitution Therapy is when a qualified physician prescribes an opioid medication that counters the withdrawal symptoms and acts as a substitute for the opioids you were already taking. Find out how it works and the benefits.Learn More
There is more than one medication that can be used for opioid substitution therapy. It is important to get the one that is right for you. Find out some of the key differences.Learn More
Have you wanted to reduce your dose and eventually get off drugs for good? Tapering is a gradual reduction in the amount of medication you are taking. Get closer to your goal of staying off drugs for good.Learn More
Many people have gotten off drugs before. Sometimes even sweated it out “cold turkey” but can’t seem to stay off drugs permanently. It has been shown that CBT increases the chances of getting off drugs and staying off drugs.Learn More
Frequently Asked Questions
Everyone has questions but some are more common than others. The most frequently asked questions are all answered here.FAQ
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