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Volunteer information and opportunities from Addiction Organizations in Canada. You can also view fewer results of Addiction Organizations by selecting a specific city or province from the menu to the right.

These organizations provide medical treatment or counseling for patients who are dealing with an addiction. This can include drinking problems, gambling, or drug use.



211 British Columbia Services Society
330-111 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

bc211 is a nonprofit information and referral agency, and registered charity. bc211 also advocates in the community, operates educational workshops, and produces customized data products.

Keywords: Homeless and Housing · Health · Crisis Support · Community Services · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of 211 British Columbia Services Society


Addiction Services for York Region
14785 Yonge Street, Suite 210, Aurora, Ontario

We are a non-profit agency that supports change in the lives of individuals, their families and communities related to substance use and gambling.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Family Support · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Addiction Services for York Region


Addiction Services of Thames Valley
200 Queens Ave., Suite 260, London, Ontario

Addiction Services of Thames Valley is a community based service. Our agency operates in co-operation with local addiction and health care agencies, through the Southwest Local Health Integration Network.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Family Support · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Addiction Services of Thames Valley


Alcohol-Drug Education Service
14727 108th Avenue, Suite 204, Surrey, British Columbia

Since it was founded in 1952, the Alcohol-Drug Education Service (A-DES) has delivered its message of education and prevention through programs in schools and communities.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Alcohol-Drug Education Service


Amethyst Women's Addiction Centre
488 Wilbrod St, Ottawa, Ontario

Amethyst Women's Addiction Centre offers alternative addiction services to women. Amethyst is committed to working with diverse and marginalized groups of women. Our aim is to support women, individually and together, to take control of factors affecting our health and well-being.

Keywords: Women · Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Amethyst Women's Addiction Centre


Association of BC First Nations Addictions Services
3246 Riverview Rd, Creston, British Columbia

The Association (ABCFNAS) is an inter-agency network of residential/outpatient addictions programs operated by First Nations in the province of B.C. Currently, the Association has a membership of 10 programs located both in rural and urban settings

Keywords: Health · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Association of BC First Nations Addictions Services


Aventa Treatment Foundation for Women
25 Avenue SW, Suite 610, Calgary, Alberta

Aventa is a respected leader in the field of addiction treatment for women. Our programs work.

One of Aventa's priorities is working with pregnant women; pregnant women are admitted without delay which helps decrease the risks associated with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).

Keywords: Women · Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Aventa Treatment Foundation for Women


Broadway Youth Resource Centre
103 - 2780 East Broadway Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

The new Broadway Youth Resource Centre "Kwayatsut" building is also be the new home of the Broadway Youth Resource Centre where tenants can access community-based mental and physical health care; addictions services; household management and meal preparation; money management and community living skills.
Kwayatsut (K-why-ah-sote) is from the Coast Salish language. The word holds the meaning of seeking one's power or spirit quest. The building was named by Chief Ian Campbell from the Squamish Nation. Kwayatsut has 30 youth beds with specific units for youth who are most vulnerable to homelessness: aboriginal youth, LGBTQ youth, and youth leaving foster care.

Keywords: Mental Health · Homeless and Housing · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Employment and Careers · Cultural Centres · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Broadway Youth Resource Centre


Chrysalis Society
218, 3369 Fraser St., Vancouver, British Columbia

Supporting women to develop and maintain healthy coping skills, esteem and behaviors; in order to achieve this, women need to be free from addiction and violence.

Keywords: Women · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Chrysalis Society


D.A.R.E. Works Foothills Society
Okotoks, Alberta

To erode the norm among preteens and early teens of experimenting with tobacco, alcohol and drugs by enhancing their resistance skills and resiliency and empowering them to make personal healthy choices.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of D.A.R.E. Works Foothills Society


Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre
Centre De Traitement Pour Jeunes Dave Smith
786 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario

Located in Ottawa the Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre (DSYTC) is a non-profit, residential, and community-based agency that is dedicated to helping youth (13-21) and families across Ontario overcome substance abuse and related issues and to achieve a healthier lifestyle. With separate evidence-based programs tailored to the specific needs of young men and women, it is the only Centre of its kind in Eastern Ontario.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre


David Busby Street Centre

David Busby Street Centre
24 Collier Street, Lower-level of Trinity Anglican, P.O. Box 641, Barrie, Ontario

Non-profit organization that assists people who are experiencing the impact of poverty and homelessness through our drop-in program, case management, outreach and community partners.

Keywords: Poverty · Mental Health · Homeless and Housing · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of David Busby Street Centre


Fred Victor

Fred Victor
59 Adelaide St.East, 6th Floor, Toronto, Ontario

We're a non-profit organization that work with clients who are marginalized, have low income as well as Mental Health & Addictions.

Keywords: Poverty · Mental Health · Homeless and Housing · Employment and Careers · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Fred Victor


Fred Victor

Fresh Start Recovery Centre
411 41 Ave NE, Calgary, Alberta

Fresh Start is a 50-bed residential alcohol and drug addiction treatment centre for men in Calgary, Alberta. We base our program on the 12 steps and the Family Systems Method. We provide a comfortable environment where men and their families can escape addiction, and learn to live rewarding and fulfilling lives in recovery.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Fresh Start Recovery Centre


Fred Victor

From Grief to Action
2490-37th Ave W., Vancouver, British Columbia

From Grief to Action is a volunteer-based not-for-profit association in British Columbia. We are a voice and a support network for families and friends affected by drug use.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of From Grief to Action


Fred Victor

Hope Place Centres
9605 Regional Road 25, Milton, Ontario

Our team is made of dedicated individuals who are leaders in the addiction treatment sector. These uniquely qualified professionals provide the right environment to help anyone struggling with challenges related to the misuse and abuse of alcohol and other drugs. We work with other specialists in psychiatry, primary care and occupational therapy.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Hope Place Centres


Fred Victor

Jean Tweed Treatment Centre
215 Evans Ave, Toronto, Ontario

The Jean Tweed Centre was established in 1983 and named after Jean Shannon Tweed - a woman who saw the need for a safe and supportive environment for women to address their substance use issues. Jean Tweed was a pioneer in advancing the cause of women-specific programming. The Centre was named in her honour.

Keywords: Women · Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Jean Tweed Treatment Centre


Fred Victor

Lakeland P.A.R.T.Y. Program Association
6118 53 Ave, Cold Lake, Alberta

Intentional and unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death for people aged one to forty-four years of age and truly are a silent epidemic in Canada and most countries around the world.

Sunnybrook RBC First Office for Injury Prevention was established in 1986 within Sunnybrook's Trauma, Emergency and Critical Care department. The office aims to prevent traumatic injuries and injury related mortality across all ages through community education, collaboration and awareness.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Lakeland P.A.R.T.Y. Program Association


Fred Victor

Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia
207-1999 Marine Drive, North Vancouver, British Columbia

The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia provide culturally-appropriate services to aboriginal people and communities consistent with their needs. Our services are accomplished by assisting persons involved in the criminal justice system; access to counselling and referral services for clients with substance abuse and detox support issues; advocate services for aboriginal family and youth.

Keywords: Poverty · Justice and Legal · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Family Services · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia


Fred Victor

Northwest Inter-Nation Family and Community Service Society
4562 Queensway, Terrace, British Columbia

Northwest Inter-Nation Family and Community Service Society provides child welfare support to First Nations community serving Northwest, NorthCoast and Northern Region of BC

Keywords: Poverty · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Family Services · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Northwest Inter-Nation Family and Community Service Society


Fred Victor

Pacific Community Resources
201-2830 Grandview Highway, Vancouver, British Columbia

Pacific Community Resources is an award winning, accredited, not-for-profit society serving Lower Mainland communities since 1984.

The agency provides alternate education, employment, addiction counselling and prevention services, housing support, and cultural enrichment for children, youth, adults and families.

Keywords: Volunteer Centres · Mental Health · Homeless and Housing · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Employment and Careers · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Pacific Community Resources


Fred Victor

Pasage Saint John Inc.
61 Union Street, Suite 1210 2nd Floor, Saint John, New Brunswick

PASAGE Saint John is a community- based organization (registered charity) working in the field of youth substance abuse prevention.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Pasage Saint John Inc.


Fred Victor

Prince Albert Parkland Health Region
1200-24th Street West, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

The Prince Albert Parkland Health Region is located in north central Saskatchewan. With a population of about 80,000, it is the third-largest of the province's RHA, and provides a range of speciality services to neighbouring regions.

Keywords: Mental Health · Health and Medicine · Health · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Prince Albert Parkland Health Region


Ray of Hope Inc

Ray of Hope Inc
230-659 King St. East, Kitchener, Ontario

We have been providing care and hope for those struggling with crime, addiction or homelessness in the Waterloo Region since 1967.

Keywords: Religion · Poverty · Justice and Legal · Homeless and Housing · Family Support · Employment and Careers · Community Services · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Ray of Hope Inc


Ray of Hope Inc

Renascent Fellowship
365 Bloor Street E, Suite 1900, Toronto, Ontario

Our mission at Renascent facilitates recovery and rehab services, education and prevention relating to alcohol and drug addictions through a continuum of programs and services for individuals, families and organizations.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Renascent Fellowship


Ray of Hope Inc

Richmond Addiction Services Society
5720 Minoru Blvd, Suite 170, Richmond, British Columbia

Since 1975 Richmond Addiction Services Society (formerly RADAT) has been providing a wide range of services to residents of Richmond. We are a registered non-profit, charitable society governed by a Board of Directors elected by members of the Society.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Richmond Addiction Services Society


Ray of Hope Inc

Rideauwood Addiction and Family Services
312 Parkdale Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario

Rideauwood opened in 1976 whith a 3 year pilot start-up grant from Health Canada. Following that, partial support from the Ontario Ministry of Health (MOH), as well as fees for service, funded the agency until 1986.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Rideauwood Addiction and Family Services


Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary

Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary
1008 14 Street SE, Calgary, Alberta

SAS is a unique non-profit organization, which provides extensive long-term programs and ongoing support for women age 16 and over who are victims of, or are at risk of, sexual exploitation or human trafficking.

Keywords: Women · Homeless and Housing · Employment and Careers · Crisis Support · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary


Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary

Souls Harbour Rescue Mission
3535 8th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan

Souls Harbour RESCUE Mission exists to rescue people from poverty and addiction, by offering the Gospel message through emergency help, such as food, clothing and shelter, and Life Changing Recovery Programs.

Keywords: Poverty · Housing · Homeless and Housing · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Souls Harbour Rescue Mission


Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary

Sources Community Resource Centres
882 Maple Street, White Rock, British Columbia

SOURCES is a community-based non-profit agency dedicated to supporting the needs of children, youth and families, persons with disabilities and seniors that reside throughout the communities of White Rock, Surrey, Langley, Delta and Prince George.

Keywords: Volunteer Centres · Seniors · Family Services · Employment and Careers · Community Services · Children and Youth · Autism · Advocacy and Human Rights · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Sources Community Resource Centres


Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary

Southern Alcare Society and Industries
520-7th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta

Southern Alcare Manor is located in Lethbridge, Alberta. We are a Not-For-Profit registered agency established in 1975 under the name Southern Alcare Society & Industries (SAS&I).

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Southern Alcare Society and Industries


Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary

St. Leonard's Community Services
1100 Clarence Street South, Suite 101, Brantford, Ontario

St. Leonard's Community Services responds to needs by providing quality addiction, mental health, employment, education, justice and residential programs that enable children, youth, adults and families to overcome challenges through choices that result in positive change.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Family Support · Employment and Careers · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of St. Leonard's Community Services


Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary

St. Leonard's Society of Brant
133 Elgin Street, Brantford, Ontario

St. Leonard's Community Services responds to needs by providing quality addiction, mental health, employment, education, justice and residential programs that enable children, youth, adults and families to overcome challenges through choices that result in positive change.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of St. Leonard's Society of Brant


Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary

St. Leonard's Society of London
405 Dundas St, London, Ontario

St. Leonard's Community Services London Region (SLCS) is dedicated to promoting positive change in all persons who are or could be in conflict with the law to realize their potential, contributing to a safer and healthier community.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of St. Leonard's Society of London


STEPS Society for Permanent Recovery

STEPS Society for Permanent Recovery
10350 Yonge St., Suite #401, Richmond Hill, Ontario

Charity Mandated to assist persons in early recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Employment and Careers · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of STEPS Society for Permanent Recovery


Street Connection

Street Connection
258 Horton Street, Box 1188 Station 'B', London, Ontario

Street Connection, is an incorporated, non-profit registered charitable organization empowering at risk street youth (ages 16-24) by offering them the opportunity to make positive changes in their lives.

Keywords: Justice and Legal · Hunger · Housing · Homeless and Housing · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Street Connection


The King's Way Blessing Center

The King's Way Blessing Center
649 King Street E, Hamilton, Ontario

The King's Way is located in the red light district of Hamilton and functions as a conduit bringing positive transformation in our community.

Keywords: Hunger · Homeless and Housing · Community Services · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of The King's Way Blessing Center


The King's Way Blessing Center

The Salvation Army

Branch: Brantford Booth Centre 187 Dalhousie St, Brantford, Ontario

The Salvation Army is an international Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible; its ministry is motivated by love for God and the needs of humanity.

Keywords: Poverty · Housing · Emergency and Safety · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of The Salvation Army


The King's Way Blessing Center

The Salvation Army

Branch: Maritime Divisional Headquarters 7071 Bayers Road, Suite 282, Halifax, Nova Scotia

The Salvation Army is an international Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible; its ministry is motivated by love for God and the needs of humanity.

Keywords: Poverty · Housing · Emergency and Safety · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of The Salvation Army


The King's Way Blessing Center

The Salvation Army

Branch: Toronto Florence Booth House 723 Queen St W, Toronto, Ontario

The Salvation Army is an international Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible; its ministry is motivated by love for God and the needs of humanity.

Keywords: Poverty · Housing · Emergency and Safety · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of The Salvation Army


The King's Way Blessing Center

The Salvation Army

Branch: Toronto Harbour Light Corps 160 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario

The Salvation Army is an international Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible; its ministry is motivated by love for God and the needs of humanity.

Keywords: Poverty · Housing · Emergency and Safety · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of The Salvation Army


The King's Way Blessing Center

The Salvation Army

Branch: Railside distribution and Ministry Support Service 150 Railside Road, Toronto, Ontario

The Salvation Army is an international Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible; its ministry is motivated by love for God and the needs of humanity.

Keywords: Poverty · Housing · Emergency and Safety · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of The Salvation Army


The King's Way Blessing Center

Union Gospel Mission Foundation
601 E Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Demonstrating the love of Christ, Union Gospel Mission is determined to transform communities by overcoming poverty, homelessness, and addiction
- one life at a time.

Keywords: Religion · Poverty · Hunger · Housing · Employment and Careers · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Union Gospel Mission Foundation


The King's Way Blessing Center

Westover Treatment Centre
2 Victoria Street South, Thamesville, Ontario

We provide a holistic treatment atmosphere that enables clients to learn to lead healthy and productive lives. From the beautiful tranquility of our Thamesville retreat to the caring and empathetic staff, this is a place of support and friendship. Rest assured, contacting Westover is the first step on the road to recovery.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Westover Treatment Centre






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