Addiction & Problem Gambling Services

Addiction Services

Addiction Services is a program funded through the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, and sponsored by Bluewater Health. The service provides alcohol, drug and gambling assessments and treatment to residents of Sarnia-Lambton.

Programs are provided individually or in groups. There are youth and adult programs, concurrent disorder, remedial measures, problem gambling, family counseling, community presentations, consultations for in-patients, and professional consultations/education services. Referrals are from any source, including self-referrals.

Problem Gambling Services

Problem Gambling Services at Bluewater Health is a designated Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care outpatient treatment program for problem gamblers and their families. Services are free of charge and confidential; anyone can self-refer. Individual counseling sessions provide support in identifying and treating problem gambling and its adverse consequences. Education is provided to help individuals understand the addictive nature of gambling as well as triggers, myths and risk factors that lead to problem gambling. We can also refer to one of four residential treatment programs located in Ontario. 

Location

Addiction Services & Problem Gambling Services
Level 6, Russell Building 
Bluewater Health
89 Norman Street, Sarnia, Ontario N7T 6S3

Hours & Contact

Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm (some evening sessions available for Addiction Services)
Tel: 519-464-4400, Ext. 5370

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Bluewater Health’s programs and services are distributed across two locations, Bluewater Health in Sarnia and Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital of Bluewater Health in Petrolia. 

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