Harm Reduction Home

Type of Service

Residential Treatment - Addictions

Program Description

The Harm Reduction Home is a residential program that provides managed alcohol services to individuals that are homeless or risk of homelessness that are alcohol dependent. The program provides alcohol dispensing as well as access to a tobacco program. The program has a capacity for 8 individuals and offers access to primary care through program physicians & nurses. Individuals receive assistance to enhance daily living skills, maintain their wellness and support through case management, programming and harm reduction. The program provides advocacy, one to one individual planning (Care Plans), peer support, development of daily living skills, increased problem solving skills, and accessing community resources.

Access Information

Individuals and referring agencies can access the intake worker and case manager in person. An intake assessment includes assessment for alcohol dependence and collection of information to determine fit for the program. Intake is only available when vacancies exist within the program. Agencies can be added to the list by connecting with the program manager. Please contact the organization for availability information.

User Costs

User Cost No

Referral Contact Information

Phone 705-675-7252
Toll-Free 866-285-2642
Fax 705-675-7247

Clients Served

Gender All
Age 19 and up
Catchment Municipalities: (Sudbury)
Wheelchair Access Yes


Policy Allowed


English French Interpretation Services


Main Hours

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