The Plan (withdrawal resource information booklet)
$20.00 (price subject to change without notice)
If you would like to obtain copies of The Plan, you can pay by cash, cheque or money order. If you’re interested in purchasing The Plan, please contact Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org or (519) 837-1470 x235.
We have our own Stonehenge Therapeutic Community YouTube Channel that provides access to our agency videos. If you’re looking to information on our Residential Admissions process, Residential Orientation, Community Programs, and others, go to our site found here. The videos are highly informative but short, ranging in length from 1 to 8 minutes.
Here 24/7 is your front door to the addictions, mental health and crisis services provided by 12 agencies across the Waterloo-Wellington region. Simply reach out and they do the intake, assessment, referral, crisis, waitlist and appointment booking work for each program. They will be your guide, figure out your needs and help you navigate the system.
Connex Ontario is the province’s free and confidential information database and 24/7 help lines for all addiction, mental health and gambling services.
The Wellington Guelph Drug Strategy is a coalition of 30 partner agencies and members of the lived experience community, who are working to implement a 4-Pillars drug strategy in the municipalities of Wellington County and the City of Guelph. The 4-Pillars include Prevention, Treatment, Enforcement and Harm Reduction, with a 4-Pillars strategy recognizing that no one sector can effectively respond to substance misuse in isolation.
Addictions & Mental Health Ontario (AMHO)
AMHO is a member-based association representing the full continuum of addiction and mental health organizations and services in Ontario, ranging from community-based service providers (eg. Stonehenge) to peer support and consumer survivor groups, to Community Health Centres and hospital-based services. Through advocacy initiatives, communications and policy work, AMHO provides leadership within the addiction and mental health sector by acting as a collective voice for its diverse membership.
Living with Loss
The Living with Loss monthly group is for adults grieving the death of a loved one by substance use. It is facilitated by Bereaved Families of Ontario – Midwestern Region. It runs on the third Wednesday of every month at The Family Centre in Kitchener and registration in not required. Please see click here to see all the details.
Please Note: Meeting times/dates may have changed due to COVID-19, please call first.