Addictions services at Reconnect offer a range of therapeutic services to address problems associated with substance use, addiction and problem gambling.
Addictions Services At A Glance
Central West Concurrent Disorders Specialized Support Services (CW CD 3S) supports individuals 16 and over struggling with mental illness and addiction (concurrent disorders), in the catchment area from Etobicoke Rexdale to Dufferin County.
This service works closely with area hospitals, and offers short-term, specialized interventions for people living with mental illness and addictions (concurrent disorders), to successfully transition clients into the community. The program services The Central West LHIN. Referrals are made by completing the CWCD referral form and faxing to 416-248-6557.
Crisis Outreach Services for Seniors (COSS) is an on-call mobile crisis intervention and outreach service for older adults (65+ years) with addictions issues or mental illness. The COSS team provides direct in-person contact with clients within 24 to 48 hours in a community setting. Short-term crisis response is available 365 days a year from 9am to 5pm. Interventions include crisis counselling, short-term intensive case management, harm reduction and concurrent disorder services, mental health and addictions support, health assessment and care as need by a Nurse Practitioner and referral to primary care. COSS is a partnership between WoodGreen Community Services, Reconnect Community Health Services, LOFT Community Services, Haven Toronto and South Riverdale Community Health Centre.
COSS services the City of Toronto. Referrals can be made by calling the COSS team at 416-217-2077.
The COPA program helps adults 55 years and over who struggle with addictions that impact their daily lives. Addictions to alcohol, drugs, and other substances are shared by 1 in 10 older adults. Our services include:
- Harm-Reduction – designed to reduce the effects of addictions
- Referrals & Case Management
Apply to the program by completing the COPA referral form and faxing to 416-248-6557or by contacting Coordinated Access to Addictions Services (CAAS) at 1-855-505-5045.