Description (Service) OATC currently has 53 clinics throughout Ontario, staffed by highly trained nurses, receptionists and physicians. Treatment Centres, known as OATC, are dedicated to the delivery of quality and comprehensive health care as it pertains to those seeking recovery from chronic opiate dependence. Utilizing treatments that are aimed to both diminish the physical cravings for opiates as well as reduce the psychological urges for continued drug use, ultimately seek to achieve total abstinence. To this end OATC is committed to upholding the dignity and respect deserved by those who have made this important life decision with the knowledge that only a supportive caring environment can truly foster a complete recovery.
Service Details
Public Comments Information not confirmed since 2017
Hours * Mon-Fri 7 am-2 pm * Sat & Sun 9 am-12 noon 
Closed weekdays for lunch 12 – 12:30pm
Dates All Year
Areas Served Durham Region ; Haliburton County ; Kawartha Lakes
Eligibility Adults, Older Adults, Youth suffering from addictions
Application Yes
Languages English
Fees The great majority of treatment cost is covered by OHIP for Ontario residents with a valid health card. Additional fees may apply for completion of letters, notes and forms.
Address and Location
Located In Community Lindsay
Address & Map
40 Lindsay St S, Unit B
Lindsay, ON K9V 2L8
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Intersection William Street and Kent Street
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Entrance, Parking ; Not Accessible - Washroom
Contact Information
Office Phone 705-324-5553
Fax 705-324-7184
Primary Contact Sheryl Jackson, Nurse, OATC Lindsay; Phone: 705-324-5553
Primary Executive Dr Alan Konyer; Phone: 705-324-5553