Canada

Terrebonne-canadaEstablished in 1989 Dianova Canada is a non-profit organization committed to supporting the most vulnerable people in society. The objective of both drug treatment – residential and outpatient – and social housing programs with community support is to help people achieve self-reliance.

The activities implemented by Dianova Canada consist of: Intake, Evaluation and Referral services (Montreal), residential drug treatment program (Terrebonne), social housing with community support (Montreal) and a unit specializing in the care of people with Autism Spectrum Disorders – Severe Behavioural Disorders (ASD).

Our engagement in this country at a glance

1989

Opening year

21

Employees and collaborators

3 facilities

1 residential centre, 2 buildings for social housing services including one with administrative and intake and evaluation services

869 people

Served in 2015

Programs & Activities

  • Residential drug treatment
  • Support to detoxification
  • Evaluation and intake
  • Emergency calls
  • Social housing

Primary Drug of Abuse Prior to Admission

  • Alcohol
  • Crack/cocaine
  • Amphetamins
  • Other drugs

Certifications & Accreditations

Dianova Canada is a member of the Quebec Association of Addiction Treatment and Rehabilitation Centres (AQCID) and the Terrebonne residential  centre is certified by the Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services

Some of the projects or activities currently running in Canada

  1. Supportive Social Housing in Montreal

    Supportive housing is a response to the challenges faced by those confronted with homelessness and other serious or persistent issues, including...

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  2. Health Promotion: Empowering My Life!”

    The programme "Empowering My Life!" offers young people the possibility to reflect on the consequences of  their substance use. Implemented in...

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