For individuals and families struggling with substance and alcohol use... we stand with you.

We help you understand addiction.

With problematic substance and alcohol use based assessment tools, we help you find the right program. Whether it is a community based program or residential care or a day program, we are here for you.

Our Addictions Offices are located at:
6 Cambridge Street Cambridge, ON N1R 2R6    |   519-841-2617

Contact us about our addiction services:

Co-Dependency as an Addiction Therapy Group

Do you feel like you over give in your relationships?
Have you lost your sense of self?
Do you neglect your own self-care for the sake of others?

If yes, please join us as a member of an 8 week (no cost) cognitive behavioural based group for individuals attempting to support a loved one experiencing addiction issues.

October 6th, 2021 until November 24th, 2021 from 6pm to 8pm

Our full services include:

  • assessment
  • treatment planning
  • men and women recovery homes
  • referrals to support services and counselling
  • aftercare and relapse prevention/groups
  • AAA meetings
  • community and justice service coordination
  • referrals for family support
  • referrals for residential, community and day programming

Treatment Planning

We provide one-on-one care planning. We focus on your specific situation and needs. We look to the challenges that you are experiencing. We work with you to coordinate and network with available resources within the community. These include, but are not limited to, community agencies like Justice Services, Family and Children Services and Primary Care to address the social determines to health. Treatment options are based on your specific situation and access resources throughout the province.

Sober Living Homes

The Ancora and Saginaw House are ideal for individuals with addiction and related issues, including mental health concerns, as they transition into a recovery-based, independent lifestyle.

There are two recovery homes in Cambridge. One for men and one for women. They provide individuals with safe housing as they develop the life skills and community connections necessary for a healthy lifestyle, filling the gap in treatment resources and facilities.

Social Enterprise

Residents of Ancora and Saginaw House participate in a social enterprise producing homemade meat pies, tarts and jam. The program provides opportunities for residents to raise money for resources needed at the house and gain skills related to running a business and financial management while teaching life skills.

To purchase products contact us at: harvestinghope@fcccnd.com

After Care and Relapse Prevention

Join a group and attend regular meetings to help build coping skills for the journey towards recovery.

Relapse Prevention Meetings:
Tuesday: 2:00-3:00 pm 
Wednesday: 6:00-7:30 pm 

AAA meetings:
Tuesday Thursday, Saturday: 7:00 pm

Contact us for more information:
519-841-2617