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Addiction Support Groups - Toronto Central

Support groups bring people together who are living with similar dependency issues. This peer to peer support will often be facilitated by a trained professional or volunteer. Members of the group share their experiences and receive practical tips for dealing with their addictions. Some support groups are accessible for anyone to attend while others have membership requirements and fees.

See also Mental Health.

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These services serve all or part of Toronto Central
Agincourt Community Services Association   Toronto
Al-Anon and Alateen Family Groups   Toronto
Alcoholics Anonymous - Greater Toronto Area Intergroup   Toronto
Centre For Addiction And Mental Health (CAMH) - Education And Community Resource Division Of The Problem Gambling Institute Of Ontario - Toronto - Russell Street   Toronto
Centre For Addiction And Mental Health (CAMH) - Substance Abuse Program For African Canadian And Caribbean Youth (SAPACCY) - Day/Evening Care - Addictions   Toronto
Cocaine Anonymous   Toronto
Evangel Hall Mission   Toronto
Gamblers Anonymous - Toronto   Toronto
Jean Tweed Treatment Centre - Intake Assessment - Etobicoke - Evans Avenue   Etobicoke
LOFT Community Services - Transitional Age Youth Program   Toronto
Nar-Anon Family Groups of Ontario  
Narcotics Anonymous Toronto Area   Toronto
Oasis Addiction Recovery Society   Toronto
Overeaters Anonymous - Central Ontario Intergroup   Toronto
Salvation Army - Maxwell Meighen Centre   Toronto
Sanctuary   Toronto
Senior Persons Living Connected - Addictions Supportive Housing (ASH)   Toronto
Truenorth Medical Centre - Alcohol Use Disorder Program - Toronto - Queen Street E   Toronto
University Health Network - Woman's Own Withdrawal Management Centre - Continuing Care Group   Toronto
William Osler Health System - Etobicoke General Hospital - Addiction Services for Adults - Outpatient Addiction Counselling   Etobicoke

These services are located outside of Toronto Central, but provide service to Toronto Central.
Al-Anon Family Groups Headquarters (Canada)   Ottawa
Stroke Resources Toronto Central Behavioural Supports Caregiver Exchange Mental Health At School Newcomer Child and Family Health Libraries