RVH Addiction Services is a 17 bed facility located off site from the main hospital campus at 70 Wellington Street West and offers a best practice model of care for addiction treatment.
Main Line: 705-728-4226RVH Line: 705-728-9090 Ext. 24100
Toll Free: 1-866-850-7034
Manager: Angela McCuaig
Location: 70 Wellington Street West
Directions to RVH Addiction Services from HWY 400 NExit Hwy 400 at Bayfield Street. Turn right onto Bayfield Street. At the second set of lights, turn right onto Wellington Street W. The clinic is located on the right hand side past Toronto Street.
Directions to RVH Addiction Services from HWY 400 S Exit Hwy 400 at Bayfield Street. Turn left onto Bayfield Street. At the third set of lights, turn right onto Wellington Street W. The clinic is located on the right hand side past Toronto Street.
Residential Withdrawal Management Service helps individuals 16 years and older, begin their recovery in a safe and therapeutic environment (average stay 3-5 days).
Residential Withdrawal Management Service provides:
It is preferred that Individuals seek treatment voluntarily however, referrals are also accepted from physicians, social service agencies, employers, the police, or from concerned family and friends. Referrals may be made at any time.
Physician and Nurse Practitioner referrals are required. Community referrals will be considered where the individual does not have a primary healthcare provider.
Fax completed referral form to 705-739-5631.
Referral form is attached: Mental Health Ambulatory Services Referral Form.
For more information contact us at: 705-728-9090 ext. 47260.
Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care
Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)
Ontario Disability Support Program
Ontario Drug Benefit : Trillium Drug Program
The Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee (OPGT)
Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit
Al-Anon Family Groups
Drug Abuse and Your Body
Canadian Mental Health Association
Centre for Addictions and Mental Health
Human Services and Justice Coordinating Committee
Mental Health Minute
Mental Health Commission of
Mood Disorders Association of Ontario
Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office