A Proactive Outreach Program
Ages 12 and Up
The program is open to people aged 12 into adulthood, with a priority for high-risk individuals.
Mobile Addiction Outreach is funded by Alberta Health Services. There are no costs associated with the program.
Focused on Outreach
The program focuses on individuals who do not typically access services through conventional means.
What to Expect
The program is designed for high-risk individuals including those that are street-involved, homeless, disengaged from support networks, and who are negatively affected by substance use. The focus is recovery-oriented care while also providing services to reduce harm.
Participants can expect the following supports and more.
Access to addiction, mental health, and services to reduce harm
Information on treatment and recovery options
Naloxone training and distribution
Warm transfers to community resources (housing supports, food security, financial services, harm reduction supplies)
Mobile Addiction Outreach is a personalized, recovery-oriented program serving youth, adults, and families affected by addiction in our community. The program provides information, connections, and supports for individuals and families, including support groups, detoxification services, formal treatment, or any other services needed to help end the cycle of addiction.
Mobile Addiction Outreach Worker (Medicine Hat)
Providing information, connections, and supports to help end the cycle of addiction.
How to Access
Referrals to the program can be made by any community member who requires Mobile Addiction Outreach services, including self-referral. The program is open to youth, adults, and families that are affected by addiction.
McMan's core values of commitment, trust, respect, empathy, and genuineness are ingrained in each portion of service delivery.
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