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Call our intake line at 905-688-1827 or visit the Segue Clinic location most convenient to you.
STEP 1. Call our intake line at 905-688-1827 or 1-866-301-0771, or visit your preferred Segue Clinic location. A team member will answer your questions, provide information, and arrange your initial assessment.
STEP 2. Come for your first appointment. Our goal is to have you visit within 24 hours of your first call.
STEP 3. Explore treatment options with one of our physicians.
STEP 4. Start your treatment program that day. Begin to get your life back.
Accessibility Since 2003, we have provided rapid access to addiction treatment for opioids (RAAM) in the community. Our clinics assess 98% of people on the same day that they present at the clinic to see if they are eligible for our treatment programs. New patients are started on medication that same day. Flexible hours (evening and Saturday mornings) ensure easy access our programs.
Integration 94% are connected with high-quality medical and psychosocial services such as CASON and QUEST CHC. In partnership with different community agencies, Segue Clinic has brought the Smart Recovery initiative to the Niagara Region. We will also connect you to the closest partner pharmacy which dispenses Methadone and Suboxone. This partnership will ensure the best hours of access, (including on-call access between the pharmacy and the physician if needed), as well as ensure high quality of care and convenience.
Retention The majority of our patients not only stop using opioids, but markedly decrease their use of other drugs including alcohol. Once stabilized and abstinent, 90% had improved housing and 80% had better jobs. Almost all the patients in remission or recovery report an improvement in social and family relationships.
Advocacy We can advocate for you if there is a drug related justice issues. Drug courts look favorably on participants who are abstinent and in programs. We can also, if needed, work with agencies such as Family and Children's Services (FACS). Families can remain together when abstinence is demonstrated and people in need are supported.
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