The mixed residential program inside the CAP men’s residence is offered internally and externally through community services. It is based on a biopsychosocial approach that encourages the client to take charge of their physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and social well-being.
- Education (psycho-educational workshops, discussion group, rules, etc.)
- Group living
Who is this program for?
- External: francophone men and women in Ontario who are 18 and older and looking to free themselves from their addictions *.
- Internal: francophone men in Ontario who are 18 and older*.
How long does the program last?
- 2 weeks to 6 months.
What types of services are offered?
The residence services that follow consist of different steps in the intensive treatment. Aside from the STT (short-term transition) and LTT (long-term transition), which only make sense in the context of a residence treatment as illustrated by the following descriptions, the five other components can take place in the residence or in an external treatment (day and evening program).
Short-term transition (stabilization)
Short program: Intensive stay
How can I access this service?
Contact us at 1-877-654-0990 or submit a service request online.
*Our services can also be offered to men and women from other provinces