OUR MISSION is to offer adults with substance abuse problems (drugs and alcohol), therapy and social reintegration programs.
Toxico-Stop helps women and men who struggle with addictions and alcohol problems. The persons seeking help are predominantly francophone and anglophone, have behavioral problems, may isolate and have lack of structure in their daily lives.
We offer accommodation in the form of a 21 day therapy program and a social reintegration program which extends over a period of 6 months.
We offer a safe place where each person can tell their story and be listened to with great empathy. These structured programs focus on safety (physical and emotional) and personal care (physical and emotional).
We want every individual to take the first step towards recovery, thus beginning his or her healing and personal development.
We have chosen a global approach that is primarily educational and preventive. We affirm our desire to eliminate the use of drugs and alcohol. Educational success is the first obligation entrusted to Toxico-Stop. It is our duty and our responsibility to do everything we can to fulfill our mission.
We play a leading role in addressing the plight of the most vulnerable people who are addicts and alcoholics so that each one can aspire to well-being and a promising future. We also want to exercise strong leadership and foster the development of these people so that they can become a part of and contribute to our society.
We are committed to:
- Mobilize addicts, alcoholics and our partners to offer protection and treatment for better social integration
- Rally partners and the community to offer support
- Act with rigor and commitment in order to offer quality specialized services adapted to reality, while respecting ethno cultural diversity
*The resource, Centre d’hébergement Toxico-Stop, is certified by the Centre intégré universitaire de santé et de services sociaux (CIUSSS) of the Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal (CCSMTL), which is responsible for the certification of all private or community-based resources offering accomodation for addictions (RHD), located in the territory of Montreal.