The Ottawa Booth Centre’s addiction services reduce barriers for people seeking addiction treatment. We welcome you to apply if you are:
– on opiate replacement therapies (methadone and suboxone)
– involved with the justice system, or
- have been, and are facing criminal charges.
For more about our medication policies at Stabilization and Anchorage click here.
Stabilization is an abstinence-based residential program for men. It is located on the 4th floor of the Ottawa Booth Centre shelter. The program provides you with a safe and supportive environment to eliminate your addiction.
Our goal is to help you explore options for change. We do that by combining individual counselling with daily group programming. We encourage you to set and pursue goals from the outset that are meaningful to you.
This classroom in the Anchorage facility seats 25 clients.
Stabilization helps you work towards entering longer-term treatment programs. This includes the on-site four-month Anchorage Addiction Recovery Program (see below for more information).
We provide you with a room that you will share with 1 to 3 people. On the floor, you have access to:
For additional information see our Stabilization Brochure.
Anchorage Residential Treatment Program
The Anchorage Program offers rehabilitation to men recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. Our goal is to assist you in achieving an addiction-free lifestyle.
The Program supports you in developing individual recovery goals. When you complete the Anchorage program you may pursue either independent or transitional housing.
Anchorage located next door to OBC Shelter
Alternatively, you may prefer to return to the workforce and/or pursue educational goals. Anchorage is located at 175 George Street, right next to the Ottawa Booth Centre shelter building. It contains 24 beds and provides you with access to:
When you first arrive at Anchorage, you will share space with other residents in a dorm room. Towards the end of treatment, residents may work towards having their own individual rooms.
See our Anchorage Brochure for more information about the program.
Anchorage - 175 George Street
How to Apply
Please note: We welcome applications from all forms of referral sources including:
– withdrawal management centres
– in-patient programs or
– out-patient community agencies
Incarcerated men are also welcome to apply. If so, you may apply personally or with the help of a family member or legal representative(s).
Note that you will require a GAIN Q3 assessment to attend Anchorage.
Need more information?
Our staff are available from Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM to answer your questions about the program or the application process.
|Supervisor: Susan Allaire 613-241-1573,
Fax: 613-562-8117 Susan_Allaire@saobc.org
|Manager: Gordon Hudson 613-241-1573,
Fax: 613-562-8117 Gordon_Hudson@saobc.org
Toll Free Number: 1-866-446-3030 (ext 306)
*Note that as of January 1, 2019, no electronic devices will be permitted in our programs.