Rapid Access Addiction Medicine clinics (RAAM’s) are specialist medical clinics designed for people who are experiencing health issues related to their drug and/or alcohol use. The clinics are open to people of all ages who are currently using substances, and there is no cost to participate. The RAAM is a short term service and patients are connected back to primary care upon completion of their involvement.
The RAAM can help you if:
- Want support to address substance dependence
- Need help to reduce cravings
- Are using to avoid withdrawal symptoms
- Have health concerns related to substance use
- Need a place to talk about substance use without judgement
Am I Eligible?
- Self-referral and walk-ins are welcome
- Health care providers can refer to the RAAM
- Medical services are paid for by OHIP
- Supports available to those who may need to obtain an Ontario Health Card
- For people of all ages, including youth
- Assessment of substance use concerns
- Review of treatment options including harm reduction and abstinence
- Education and support related to withdrawal
- Brief individual counselling and peer support
- Education on overdose prevention and the use of Naloxone
- Referral to longer-term supports for ongoing care
Upper Grand Family Health Team
143 Metcalf Street (3rd floor)
Elora, Ontario N0B 1S0
LOCATION CLOSED TO WALK-IN DUE TO COVID-19
CALL OR EMAIL US FOR APPOINTMENTS AND VIRTUAL CARE OPTIONS
- 9AM – 3PM on Tuesday
- 9AM-12PM on Friday
Mobile Clinic - Wellington County
110 Charles Street East,
Arthur, ON, Canada
The RAAM Clinics are excited to be launching mobile care clinics in Rural Wellington. These clinics are being offered in “pop-up” locations in several communities throughout Wellington County.
By Appointment Only.
- 1:00PM – 4:00PM on Wednesdays