Opioid Agonist Treatment
Opioid agonist treatment is an evidence-based treatment delivered in a supervised clinical setting that uses medications such as suboxone or methadone to stabilize a person who is addicted to substances and significantly reduce harms associated with opioid use.
What services do we provide?
We supply individuals who use opioids with a replacement drug, medications like suboxone and methadone, which is administered orally in our supervised clinical settings. Individuals who receive treatment also have access to:
- Medical and counselling services
- Referrals for housing and other supports
- Referrals to additional treatment
Who can access these services?
Individuals who are addicted to opioid drugs such as heroin, oxycodone, hydromorphone and fentanyl.
How can I access these services?
Opioid agonist treatment is available at the following locations:
Creekside Withdrawal Management Centre
13740 94A Avenue, Surrey, B.C.
Quibble Creek Sobering and Assessment Centre
13670 94A Avenue, Surrey, B.C.
Surrey North Community Health Centre
10667 135A Street, Surrey, B.C.
Alouette Addictions Services
#106-22838 Lougheed Highway
Maple Ridge, B.C.