Addiction and Harm Reduction Clinics - Other Services
Opioid Addiction Treatment Clinic (formerly Harm Reduction Clinic) (Regina)
The Opioid Addiction Treatment Clinic offers treatments for opioid use disorder by using a combination of medication, counselling and other community supports.
Address: 1048 Albert Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4R 2P8
Referral: The clinic accepts both patient self-referrals as well as health-care provider referrals.
Nēwo Yōtina Friendship Centre (Regina)
Some of the Nēwo Yōtina Friendship Centre's core services include:
- Supervision of previously acquired drug consumption (injection use only) for people who use drugs and provide emergency preparedness and early medical intervention.
- Take Home Naloxone kit distribution and training site.
- Assessment and referrals to primary health-care provider, mental health, addiction, cultural and social services.
- An Elder on site.
Wellness Research Community Network and the Medical Outreach Clinic (Regina)
The Wellness Wheel Clinic takes a community-led approach to provide Indigenous people with health services. The clinic provides several services including mental health counselling, harm reduction and overdose prevention support. Clinical services includes urban services (Regina), outreach services (where medical teams regularly go to rural and remote communities to provide care) and virtual services (telehealth services).
The Opioid Stewardship Program in collaboration with the Wellness Wheel Clinic has expanded with a Peer Mentor Support program. The focus of this work is connecting hospitalized patients with a peer mentor to help support them during their hospital stay and across transitions of care into the community.