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St Joseph's Care Group
Gambling and Behavioural Addiction Programs

Provides a wide range of programs and services designed to assist individuals, their family and friends

Gambling Education and Prevention
Offers education and training sessions for the general public, schools, families and allied professionals to raise awareness through:
  • Prevention resources
  • Community presentations
  • High risk education groups
  • Problem gambling screening
  • Evaluates personal strengths and areas of difficulty
  • Evaluates severity of problematic behaviour
  • Explores personal goals
  • Generates recommendations and referrals
Individual Counselling (Trauma informed)
  • Allows people to work towards negotiated goals and can address a variety of issues related to problem gambling
  • Offers a specialized focus including stress management, spirituality, grief and loss or coping with trauma
  • Provide discharge planning and referrals as needed
Residential Treatment Program
Provides an extended stay in a safe environment that:
  • Provides opportunity to focus on developing healthier lifestyle habits
  • Provides opportunity to join with other people who share similar experiences and challenges
  • Examines values, beliefs and feelings in order to be able to respond differently to urges and temptations
  • Provides opportunities to learn how to embrace new ways of behaving that promotes positive change
Gambling Information and Treatment Group (GIT)
  • Offers an educational group open to anyone interested in understanding more about gambling and related issues
Youth in Transition (YIT) Program
Offers specialized programs for youth and young adults who are bridging the gap between adolescence and adulthood including:
  • Harm reduction group
  • Information, education and skill building activities
  • Alternative strategies to problem gambling
Family Program
  • Offers support for partners and family members because they often experience stress, anxiety and depression as they focus on the person with the addiction and so may neglect their own needs
  • Offers individual or couples counselling which can include children and parents
  • Provides group sessions, allowing an opportunity to connect with other people who are struggling with the impact of addiction on their families and relationships
Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Varies by program
Application Process
Varies by program, call for more information
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(50) Non Profit
Agency Information
211 Ontario North
   Last Updated On November 5, 2019

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