TRC announces new Kitchener clinic opening in August 2013

Posted on :  June 19th, 2013  |  By :  towardsrecovery

TOWARDS RECOVERY CLINICS (“TRC”)

Patient Care.  Community Fit.

Offering an integrated approach to opioid dependence through comprehensive treatment

CLINIC OPENING – LATE AUGUST 2013

Located at 1145 King Street, East, Kitchener

TRC Kitchener clinic is our 4th Ontario community location in our 10 year history of delivering comprehensive service delivery to individuals who suffer from opioid dependence and related health issues.

Our philosophy is straightforward:  To help individuals take control of their opioid addiction and to help them rebuild their lives – family, friends, work and community.

Our approach is dynamic:  Comprehensive assessment is fundamental and leads to a personalized treatment program that incorporates, pharmacological, psychological, and lifestyle support – including working closely with other community agencies.

EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONALS:

Dr. C. Peter Potter, B.A., MD – staff physician.  Dr. Potter has more than 8 years in methadone treatment and counselling.

Anne Matsumoto O’Brien, B.Sc. (Phm), R.Ph. – TRC Senior Pharmacist with more than 10 years’ experience in methadone pharmacy environments.

HOURS OF OPERATION – at the outset

The Clinic and pharmacy will be open 6 days per week, Monday through Saturday – by appointment.  The Pharmacy will also open Sunday mornings.

A physician will be “in – clinic” on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

For further information about our organization our website address is:  www.towardsrecovery.com. OR,

If you would like to meet to discuss our approach in greater depth, or if you are considering patient referral please give us a call.

Clinic after August 20th

Pharmacy after August 20th

Telephone:   519-579-0589

Telephone:  519-579-9647

Fax:  519-579-6573

Fax:  519-579-0798

We look forward to serving the Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and surrounding communities.

Who We Serve ?

  • Individuals using/abusing street narcotics (e.g. heroin).
  • Patients abusing prescription narcotics(i.e., Codeine, Talwin, Percocet/Percodan, Dilaudid, Morphine or Demerol, et cetera).
  • Individuals displaying any of the following behaviours: Compulsive drug use or drug seeking/craving.