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Welcome to the VCH Residential Care Substance Use Facility information page. Be advised that this information has been provided by the Licensee of the facility. In order to ensure accuracy, please contact the facility for more information.


Coastal

Address: 8014 Highway 101, Powell River, BC V8A 0H8

Staff training: Crisis Intervention, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Licensed Nurse, Psych RPN, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Clinical Counsellors

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Private Insurance, Government Providers - Veteran Affairs Canada, Department of Defense, Worksafe/Workers Compensation Board, RCMP

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Women only, Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Original Document 

Address: 3501 Paradise Valley Road, Squamish BC

Staff training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Lay Counseling, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Addictions Specialists, Licensed Nurse, Registered Nurse, Psych RPN, Physicians, Registered Clinical Counsellors, Meditation Practitioners, Mindfulness Practitioner, Massage Therapists, Acupuncture, Yoga Therapists, Nutritionist, Expressive Art Therapist, Life Coach, Certified Clinical Supervisor

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Note: This is a fee for service program - Conditions may be limited based on the referring agent ability to provide funding.

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Co-Ed (men and women), Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+, Mental-wellness referred clients.

Note: This center is not limited to substance use. Recovery from other addictions are part of the treatment program.

Original Document 

Address: 2174 Fleury Road, Powell River, BC V8A 0H8

Staff training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Salaried Indigenous Staff, Lay Counseling, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Addictions Specialists, Physicians, House Doctor, SMART TEAM Nurse

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT)

Note: Facility does not support THC, safe-supply dexedrine or hydromorphone.

Self referred clients:  Not Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Women only, Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

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Confidential Location

Address: Confidential Location

Staff Training: Crisis Intervention, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Nurse Practitioners available by appointment

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider

Provide specific services for: Co-Ed (men and women)

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North Shore

Address: 2431 Burr Place, North Vancouver, BC V7H 0B9

Staff training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Salaried Indigenous Staff, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Registered Clinical Counsellors, Registered Social Workers

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Men only, Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

Original Document

Address: 2670 Lloyd Avenue, North Vancouver, BC V7R 3X1

Staff training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Salaried Indigenous Staff, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Registered Clinical Counsellors

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Women only, Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

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Richmond

Address: 10411 Odlin Road, Richmond, BC

Staff Training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Salaried Indigenous Staff, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Registered Clinical Counsellors, Registered Social Workers

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Men only, Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

Original Document

Address: 10191 No. 2 Road, Richmond, BC V7E 2E4 

Staff Training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Salaried Indigenous Staff, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Registered Clinical Counsellors

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Women only, Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

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Vancouver

Address: 218 - 3369 Fraser Street, Vancouver BC 

Staff Training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Salaried Indigenous Staff, Lay Counseling, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Addictions Specialists, Physicians, House Doctor, SMART TEAM Nurse

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT)

Note: Facility does not support THC, safe-supply dexedrine or hydromorphone.

Self referred clients: Not Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Women only, Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

Original Document

Address: 415 West Pender Street, Vancouver, BC  V6B 1V2

Staff Training: Crisis Intervention, Lay Counselling, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Physicians

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Note: Service does not support the following medications - Sesamat, nabilone, dilaudid, codeine (benzodiazepines on a case by case basis)

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers, Prisons, Religious Supports, Treatment Centers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Parents with children, Men only, Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

Original Document

Address: 137 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC

Staff Training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Addictions Specialists, Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, Registered Social Workers

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Co-Ed (men and women), Women only, Men only, Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

Original Document

Address: 1755 East 11th Avenue, Vancouver BC V5N 1Y9

Staff Training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Addictions Specialists, Counsellors

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT)

Note: Facility is currently moving to OATs being administered on-site. Medications are reviewed and considered on a case-by-case basis. Decisions on admission are based on consultation between the Pacifica assigned physician, the clients primary physician, the manager of the program and the interdisciplinary team.

Self referred clients:  Not Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Co-Ed (men and women), Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

Original Document

Address: 119 East Cordova Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6A 1K8

Staff Training: Crisis Intervention, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Addictions Specialists, Registered Clinical Counsellors, PhD Clinical Supervision

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT)

Note: Facility does not support injectable OATs.

Self referred clients:  Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Men only, Transgender individuals

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

Original Document

Address: 2831 Kingsway, Vancouver BC, V5R 5H9

Staff Training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Addictions Specialists, Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, Registered Clinical Counsellors

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT)

Self referred clients:  Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Parents with children, Men only, Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

Original Document

Address: 445 and 455 W. 13th Avenue, Vancouver BC V5Y 1W4

Staff Training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Salaried Indigenous Staff, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Addictions Specialists, Psych RPN, Physicians, Registered Clinical Counsellors, Registered Social Workers

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority, Social Service Provider, Private Insurance, From other licensed providers

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Co-Ed (men and women), Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

Access: Accepts 'per diem' payments from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction in lieu of private user fess for clients on income disability assistance. 

Original Document

Address: 377 E 2nd Ave, Vancouver BC

Staff Training: Cultural Safety, Crisis Intervention, Salaried Indigenous Staff, Salaried Peers, Psychosocial Intervention for Substance Use Disorders, Trauma-informed Practice

Clinical staff: Addictions Specialists, Registered Nurse, Psych RPN, Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, Registered Social Workers, Acupuncturists

Service model: Accepts clients on medication assisted treatment, such as OPIOID Agonist Treatment (OAT), Facility directly administers OAT on-site

Self referred clients: Accepted

Referrals accepted: Health Care Provider, Health Authority

Provide specific services for: Indigenous Peoples (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit), Parents with children, Co-Ed (men and women), Transgender individuals, 2SLGBTQ+

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