Treating people struggling with addictions and guiding them away from criminal behaviour is a multi-stepped process.
As such The TDTC treatment process is designed to be holistic and engaging, as addictions are dealt with and registrants' lives are turned around for the better. Treatment programs are developed exclusively to serve the varied needs of TDTC clients.
All programs are housed within the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health, CAMH. Depending on the specific needs of individual clients, referrals to other CAMH departments or community-based agencies may be given.
Given the high social needs of many of TDTC clients, case management demands are particularly high. At minimum, case management includes:
- Housing assistance
- Income assistance
Special consideration is given to women, young adults and other marginalized groups.
Treatment includes a combination of group sessions, individual sessions and community supports.
All clients are required to attend regular court sessions as part of their treatment.
Who is involved?
The treatment process is multi-layered and involves many specialized partners.
- Therapist / Case Managers: responsible for program delivery.
- Court Liaison Worker: responsible for coordinating court and community issues.
- Peer Support Worker: responsible to provide individual support and community assistance
- MRO (Medical Review Officer): conducts urine screens.
- Program assistants: supervise urine screens and liaises with medical lab.
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