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A network of agencies that joins together to address addiction-related service needs in Scarborough.
Individuals located in Scarborough concerned about their substance use.
Additional Location Details:
Scarborough (various locations)
Contact Phone Number:
416 535-8501 ext. 33930
Types of Treatment and Services Offered
Community-based addiction/substance use services
Capacity-building activities for residents and agencies of Scarborough
The Scarborough Addiction Services Partnership (SASP) is a network of agencies that joins together to address addiction-related service needs in Scarborough, one of the most ethno-culturally diverse, socially disadvantaged and historically underserved regions in the Greater Toronto Area. The network comprises more than twenty agencies that provide services in Scarborough, including addictions and mental health services, ethno-cultural organizations, hospitals, social housing, community centres, homelessness services and other allies.
Through short-term minor grants administered by CAMH, Scarborough agencies partner to provide community-based addiction/substance use services, knowledge exchange and capacity-building activities for residents and agencies of Scarborough. SASP collaboration efforts have provided services to a diverse group of substance users and their families across a range of ages, location, language, gender and ethno-racial populations.
Please note: SASP is a network of various services in Scarborough; as such, it does not itself employ social service professionals or provide addiction treatment services.
If you are seeking treatment for addictions in Scarborough, please see a list of SASP Member Organizations to find an organization that might meet your needs.