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Addictions Program

Provided by: Athabasca Health Authority

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Service Description

Provides programs and services for alcohol, drugs and inhalants abuse through counselling and regular support groups. Funded by Health Canada. Offers:

Inpatient Treatment:
Offers an inpatient treatment program for up to six weeks, depending on the center. Apply in person or by referral. 

Community Addictions Recovery Group (CARG):
Recovery group runs weekly meetings. Strict attendance is advised. Three unexcused absences may lead to discontinuation, a re-enrollment into the program or recommendation for another pathway. Treatment period depends on the client’s needs and the assigned group. Apply in person or referral.

MATRIX Program (Outpatient Treatment):
One-on-one outpatient treatment program for individuals who cannot leave the community. Offers groups sessions, individual counselling and referrals. Apply in person, self-referral and by referral.

Virtual Mental Health Services:
Individuals can access help for mental health and addictions from the comfort of their home. Visit the website and click on a support worker’s image to connect, or scan the QR code with your phone to speak with a mental health worker. If you do not have a device, the health authority can loan a device to you (such as a tablet).

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Application Process

Apply in person or by referral.



Fax: 306-439-2212

Business Line: 306-686-2077

Hours of Operation

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Service Website



Coverage Area

Athabasca Basin

Languages Offered


Black Lake Primary Clinic


Black Lake SK  S0J 0H0

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Mailing Address

PO Box 135
Black Lake SK  S0J 0H0

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Emergency Services: 24/7
Doctor Clinics:
Wednesdays 11:00 am - 4:30 pm
Fridays 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Lab Day:
Wednesdays 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Fax: 306-284-2090

Business Line: 306-284-2020


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