The Safer Supply program is a health service that permits medical doctors and nurse practitioners to prescribe medications that reduce or eliminate a client’s reliance on the toxic illegal drug supply. Through the program, individuals with complex addictions are also supported by a wraparound team of healthcare professionals including substance use counselling, peer support, and connections to social and health services.
Stonehenge Therapeutic Community (STC) is pleased to partner with the Guelph Community Health Centre to meet the needs of residents of rural Wellington. This Safer Supply program works in conjunction with our Rapid Access Addiction Medicine clinics (RAAM) and therefore shares the same contact info.
Our Safer Supply Clinic is located in Mount Forest, ON. This is a walk-in style clinic with an on-site Nurse Practitioner, Addiction Counsellor, and Peer Counsellor. For any questions about the clinic or program, please contact us at the information below.
How to Access the Safer Supply Program
- Individuals may self-refer by contacting the numbers below
- Walk-ins are welcome at our site at 229 Main St. South in Mount Forest, ON, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00am – 12:00pm and 1:00pm – 4:00pm
- A referral from with the participants’ contact information may be faxed to the number below and our team will reach out to the participant.
Questions about Safer Supply?
Please refer to this FAQ (frequently asked questions) provided by the National Safer Supply Community of Practice