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Toronto Drug Rehab

List of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Toronto, Ontario

This is a list of different drug rehab in Toronto. This list is not complete. Use the menus on both sides to find specific categories. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-254-3348.

Toronto addiction treatment centres and recovery resources include numerous drug and alcohol detox programs, 12-step meetings, residential treatment, and several outpatient treatment centers. provides an extensive directory listing for many of these services.

In Toronto, substance use treatment is extensive, providing something for every addiction or drug dependence. However, locating the best option is made easier with our help. Our qualified professionals with help you narrow the search with the initial assessment. Our counselors can remain connected with you until you find the help you need.

There are over 120 different addiction treatment resources in the city. We recommend considering all options, especially private or residential care. Generally, there is more focus placed on your individual needs. Subsidized services in the city tend to have long wait times. Yet, private resources or programs in other regions of the province provide excellent care.

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Detox Centre Toronto

The first step when it comes to substance use treatment is often detoxification. It is very beneficial in ridding the body of the toxins brought on by the drug and/or alcohol addiction. But it should not be the only step a person takes in their recovery. Detox should be followed by a comprehensive treatment program. Here is some information on the two main types of treatment:

  • An inpatient program is the most common form of substance use treatment. It offers the individual a chance to be away from their usual environment and to focus on overcoming their addiction.
  • Outpatient treatment can also be effective even though it is less intensive. The person does not have to live at the facility but can instead visit it regularly to receive services while maintaining their job and daily life. It can be more difficult, as the person will be in their usual environment, and this can be triggering.

It is important to remember that both types of substance use treatment can be successful, as not one program is right for everybody. It can be difficult to know the program that will answer your needs. Our addiction professionals can help you with that, so do not hesitate to call us if you or a loved one are looking for treatment.

According to the Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey (OSDUHS):

  • In 2019, 9.3% of students in the Greater Toronto Area reported binge drinking at least once in the past 4 weeks.
  • 9% of them reported becoming drunk at least once in the month before answering the survey.
  • 2% of students in grades 9-12 in the GTA reported using ecstasy (MDMA) during the 12 months before the survey.

According to Public Health Ontario:

  • The Toronto Public Health unit reported 2,347 cases of opioid-related emergency department visits in 2020 only.
  • In this same year, 316 opioid-related hospitalizations were reported.
  • Additionally, there were 533 fatalities related to opioids in 2020.


Marcel Gemme, DATS

Marcel Gemme, DATS


on August 11, 2022

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