Opioid Dependency Program

For Youth & Adults

Help is Available 24/7

If you or someone you know needs information on opioid dependency, treatment or access to support and resources call the Addiction Helpline. Health professionals are available 24/7 to provide information for youth and adults who may need help with an opioid use disorder.

The Digital Overdose Response System (DORS) is a free, discrete mobile app that can help prevent overdose deaths among people using opioids and other substances while alone. The DORS app can be downloaded from any smart phone’s app store, or through the links available on DORSApp.ca.

Program Information

  • Addiction & Mental Health - Opioid Dependency Program
    • Bonnyville Opioid Dependency Program
    • Calgary Opioid Dependency Program
    • Cardston Opioid Dependency Treatment Clinic
    • Red Deer Opioid Dependency Treatment Clinic
    • Edmonton Opioid Dependency Program
    • Fort McMurray Opioid Dependency Program
    • Grande Prairie Opioid Dependency Program
    • High Prairie Opioid Dependency Program
    • Lethbridge Opioid Dependency Treatment Clinic
    • Medicine Hat Opioid Dependency Treatment Clinic
    • Virtual Opioid Dependency Program

View a complete list of treatment clinics for opioid dependence below, which includes AHS ODP clinics as well as independent providers:

Program Resources

Information for Healthcare Professionals

Opioid Dependency Program

Treatment options, information and resources on opioids are available to patients, family, community agencies and health care professionals.

Opioids & Youth

To help address the unique needs of young people, tools and resources are available specific to supporting youth throughout their recovery journey as well as the families and friends that support them.