Opioid Agonist Treatment (OAT) Services, often referred to as OAT, provides people who have been diagnosed with an opioid disorder with treatment using medications like buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) methadone and Oral Morphine (SROM)/Kadian.

Fraser Health’s Opioid Agonist Treatment services provide longitudinal, comprehensive care and facilitate connections to other health care services and community supports (e.g. Primary Care, counselling etc.).



To be eligible for OAT services, it is recommended that clients attend a RAAC service for assessment and stabilization.

List of Rapid Access to Addictions Care (RAAC) and Opioid Agonist Treatment (OAT) Services.


Clients can attend a RAAC service for assessment and stabilization; RAAC programs will refer to OAT services for ongoing care. Appointments can also be made by calling clinics directly, as listed below.