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Rapid Access Addiction Medicine Clinic (RAAM Clinic)
The Rapid Access Addiction Medicine (RAAM) Clinic offers support to individuals requiring help with substance use disorders. The clinic provides care for addiction issues, including assessments, counselling and prescriptions for medications that may help with lessening cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
The RAAM Clinic is staffed by a physician and counsellor.
- Counselling: The RAAM Clinic team may refer you to counselling as part of your treatment. Counselling programs can include education on substances and health, group and individual therapy sessions, coping skills training, cognitive behavioural therapy, and peer support groups.
- Medication: Addiction to some substances, such as alcohol or opioids, can be treated with medications that help to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
Make an Appointment
Due to the current pandemic, the RAAM Clinic will be available by appointment only. Please call to make an appointment, and/or ask your health care provider to send in a referral. Our staff at the RAAM Clinic work closely with the Emergency Department, Withdrawal Management and community agencies to facilitate supporting clients dealing with substance use concerns.
Preparing for your visit
Please bring your health card and a list of medications you are taking to your appointment.