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Like many people who use drugs, Faith turned to illicit opioids to take away pain and hurt. When she realized she wanted to stop using, Opioid Agonist Treatment, or OAT, was key. 
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Integrated Treatment Teams offer non-judgmental, discreet and flexible substance use treatment and support in your community. Treatment can include both counselling and medications, and can be provided online or in-person depending on your goals and preference.  One of the most important and unique aspects of the team’s approach is the support provided by peers – people with personal experience with substance use who are there for you to provide advice or just listen. People like Patrick and Jessica.
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Ellen had never really spoken with anyone about her alcohol use. She credits the day treatment program for providing the safe place she needed to begin sharing, where she realized that she wasn’t alone.
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Matthew first realized he needed help with his alcohol use during his late 20s. He was drinking daily, he says, and recognized that he was using alcohol as a way to bury problems in his life.
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Devon is a peer worker who provides overdose prevention and harm reduction supports to those living in shelters and supportive housing. As someone who had his own life saved at an overdose prevention site, he understands the value of these services and it’s important to him that others understand the facts.
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