Substance Use/Addiction

911 is a 24 hour telephone service for emergencies requiring immediate help.

Telephone:
911

Addiction Services provide a range of programs designed to help you through the various stages of recovery. Addiction Services is closely aligned with Mental Health Services to ensure that individuals living with an addiction and a mental health disorder receive coordinated care.

Telephone:
1-888-299-8399

Al Anon is a group for friends and family of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems.

Telephone:
902-892-9974

Alcoholics Anonymous is a group for people to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may help themselves and others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-969-5772

Alcoholics Anonymous is a group for people to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may help themselves and others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.

Telephone:
902-892-2103

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
17 Knights Avenue
Souris
C0A 2B0 Kings
Telephone:
902-687-7110

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
126 Douses Road
Montague
C0A 1R0
Telephone:
902-838-0960

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
1 Rochford Street
Charlottetown
C1A 7N8
Telephone:
902-368-4430

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
65 Roy Boates Avenue
Summerside
C1N 2A9
Telephone:
902-888-8180

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
347 Church Street
Alberton
C0B 1B0
Telephone:
902-853-8670

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
14 MacKinnon Drive
O’Leary
C0B 1V0
Telephone:
902-853-8670

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Souris
Telephone:
902-687-7110

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-838-0960

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4120

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8380

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Alberton
Telephone:
902-853-8670

Deacon House is an overnight shelter for adult males, over the age of 19 who abuse substances or have a chemical dependency.

Address:
130 Deacon Grove Lane
Charlottetown
C1C 1M3
Telephone:
902-368-4036

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Souris
Telephone:
902-687-7110

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-838-0960

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4120

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8380

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Alberton
Telephone:
902-853-8670

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Souris
Telephone:
902-687-7110

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-838-0960

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4120

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8380

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Alberton
Telephone:
902-853-8670

Friends Supporting Friends offers bi-weekly group support and education to seniors who are impacted by a family members’ addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Souris
Telephone:
902-687-7110

Friends Supporting Friends offers bi-weekly group support and education to seniors who are impacted by a family members’ addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-838-0960

Friends Supporting Friends offers bi-weekly group support and education to seniors who are impacted by a family members’ addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4120

Friends Supporting Friends offers bi-weekly group support and education to seniors who are impacted by a family members’ addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8380

Friends Supporting Friends offers bi-weekly group support and education to seniors who are impacted by a family members’ addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Alberton
Telephone:
902-853-8670

Gamblers Anonymous is a group for people to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may help themselves and others to recover from a gambling problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling.

Address:
106 St. Peters Road
Charlottetown
C1A 5P2

Gamblers Anonymous is a group for people to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may help themselves and others to recover from a gambling problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling.

Address:
90 Spring Street
Summerside
C1N 3E4

Lacey House provides a 24 hour supervised, therapeutic, safe, structured home-like environment to assist women in maintaining a chemical-free lifestyle.

Address:
Charlottetown – Queens
Telephone:
902-368-4083

Narcotics Anonymous is a group for people to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may help themselves and others to recover from narcotic misuse or abuse. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using drugs.

Telephone:
1-800-205-8402

Open Door Outreach is a non-government charity working primarily with women who are incarcerated and in recovery from addiction providing personal mentoring, and several programs on topics such as boundaries, relationships, and personal values. Any woman struggling with addiction in the community or in need of support post-release from incarceration may call for an appointment without a referral. Services are free.

Address:
2-30 Brackley Point Road
Charlottetown
C1A 6X9
Telephone:
902-628-6826

The Opioid Replacement Therapy Program provides access to methadone and suboxone to those suffering from opioid addiction.

Address:
2814 Rte 215
Mount Herbert
C1A 7N8
Telephone:
1-888-299-8399

Overcomers Outreach is a christ-centered 12-step recovery program available to hurting people in churches of all denominations. Support groups are sharing groups, facilitated by lay persons who have been walking their own 12-step recovery journey for at least a year.

Address:
9 Capital Drive
Charlottetown
C1E 1E8 Queens
Telephone:
902-367-2907

PEERS Alliance offers peer support programming for 2SLGBTQ+ Adults, free sexual health supplies and resources, and free safer use resources in their mission to reduce stigma and promote harm reduction strategies.

Address:
161 St. Peters Road
Charlottetown
C1A 9E3
Telephone:
902-566-2437

Call the PEI Gambling Support Line to speak with a trained professional who can provide you with a variety of supportive services such as information about in-person counselling through Addiction Services, Gamblers Anonymous meetings, SMART Recovery meetings, and other resources. Province Wide English, French Help / Information Lines, Substance Use / Addiction

Telephone:
1-855-255-4255

The Provincial Addictions Treatment Facility provides safe, supportive and medically supervised withdrawal management from alcohol and drugs, addiction education, and encouragement to further treatment.

Address:
2814 Rte 215
Mount Herbert
C1A 7N8
Telephone:
902-368-4120, 1-888-299-8399

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address:
17 Knights Avenue
Souris
C0A 2B0
Telephone:
902-687-7049

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address:
126 Douses Road
Montague
C0A 1R0
Telephone:
902-838-0762

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address:
161 St Peters Road
Charlottetown
C1A 7N8
Telephone:
902-368-4530

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address:
55 Victoria Street
Kensington
C0B 1M0
Telephone:
902-888-8160

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address:
205 Linden Avenue
Summerside
C1N 2K4
Telephone:
902-888-8160

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address:
14 MacKinnon Drive
O’Leary
C0B 1V0
Telephone:
902-859-8720

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfeeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address:
248 Phillip Street
Tignish
C0B 2B0
Telephone:
902-882-7366

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address:
48 Mill Road
Wellington
C0B 2E0
Telephone:
902-854-7259

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address:
6005 Route 12
Tyne Valley
C0B 1P0
Telephone:
902-854-7259

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address:
148 Poplar Street
Alberton
C0B 1B0
Telephone:
902-853-8601

Sexaholics Anonymous is a group for recovery from porn and sexual addiction based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop lusting and become sexually sober.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-812-5563

The Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) Recovery Group is a support meeting led by trained facilitators, centered around how to abstain from any type of addictive behaviours, including alcohol, drugs, and activities such as gambling. Participants learn from one another using a self-empowering approach based on the most current science of recovery.

Address:
223 Kent Street
Charlottetown
C1A 1P1
Telephone:
902-330-4357

The Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) Recovery Group is a support meeting led by trained facilitators, centered around how to abstain from any type of addictive behaviours, including alcohol, drugs, and activities such as gambling. Participants learn from one another using a self-empowering approach based on the most current science of recovery.

Address:
67 Duke Street
Summerside
C1N 3R9
Telephone:
902-330-4357

The Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) Recovery Group for Families and Friends is a support group for family and friends who have a loved one with an addiction.

Address:
223 Mason Road
Stratford
C1B 2G1
Telephone:
902-330-4357

The Smokers Helpline provides information on services to getting and staying smoke-free.

Telephone:
1-877-513-5333

The PEI Smoking Cessation Program helps PEI residents who wish to stop smoking or using other tobacco products by: covering 100% of the cost of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) products (i.e., nicotine gum, lozenges, patches, and inhaler) and specific smoking cessation prescription medications.

Telephone:
902-368-4319

St. Eleanors House provides a home-like environment for men in need of extended support after initial addiction treatment.

Address:
Summerside – Prince
Telephone:
902-888-8386

The Strength Program offers a range of programming (residential and day treatment) and supports for youth and families who are dealing with substance misuse and mental health issues. The program is offered for 16 weeks and is located at the Youth Recovery Centre where there are 12 inpatient beds with 24/7 care.

Address:
Summerside – Prince
Telephone:
902-687-7110, 902-838-0960, 902-368-4120, 902-888-8380, 902-853-8670

Talbot House is a residence for men that provides a safe, structured environment and support while working towards maintaining a chemical-free lifestyle.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4297

When you want to stop using alcohol or drugs, the Withdrawal Management program provides a safe, supportive and medically supervised environment to help you withdraw/detox as either an inpatient or outpatient.

Address:
2814 Rte 215
Mount Herbert
C1A 7N8
Telephone:
1-888-299-8399

Youth and Family Addiction Services provides help to young people whose use of alcohol or drugs is causing you or your family concern. Contact a Community Addiction Services office for more information.

Address:
17 Knights Avenue
Souris
C0A 2B0
Telephone:
902-687-7110

Youth and Family Addiction Services provides help to young people whose use of alcohol or drugs is causing you or your family concern. Contact a Community Addiction Services office for more information.

Address:
126 Douses Road
Montague
C0A 1R0
Telephone:
902-838-0960

Youth and Family Addiction Services provides help to young people whose use of alcohol or drugs is causing you or your family concern. Contact a Community Addiction Services office for more information.

Address:
2814 Rt 215
Charlottetown
C1A 7N8
Telephone:
902-368-4120

Youth and Family Addiction Services provides help to young people whose use of alcohol or drugs is causing you or your family concern. Contact a Community Addiction Services office for more information.

Address:
65 Roy Boates Avenue
Summerside
C1N 2A9
Telephone:
902-888-8380

Youth and Family Addiction Services provides help to young people whose use of alcohol or drugs is causing you or your family concern. Contact a Community Addiction Services office for more information.

Address:
347 Church Street
Alberton
C0B 1B0
Telephone:
902-853-8670