Admissions and Referrals

Take the first step towards recovery from addiction or a mental health disorder, whether it’s for you, a loved one, a patient, or an employee. 

At EHN Canada, we have made it easy to find out more about seeking treatment online or at one of our facilities across Canada – confidentially and with no obligation. 

What do you need help with?

Treatment for You

Enrolling in an EHN Canada program

Ready to get in touch with us? Whether it’s for you or a loved one, here’s a step-by-step of what you can expect.

1. Reach out

Reach out to our admissions team. Click here to call now or fill out an online inquiry form.

2. Talk to us

We will schedule a confidential, no-obligation conversation between you and an admissions coordinator. 

3. Complete an assessment

Review our treatment programs with an admissions coordinator and schedule an assessment to find the best fit for you.

4. Enroll

When you’re ready, we can begin the enrollment process and arrange a start date for your recovery. 

If you need assistance going through a referral source, we can help walk you through the process.

Learn more about how we can help

Treatment for a Patient or Employee

Making a professional or healthcare referral

Whether it’s inpatient, outpatient or online, we’ve made it easy for you to help arrange for the treatment your patients, clients or employees deserve. 

1. Reach Out

Get the process started by filling out our simple referral form.

2. Patient Assessment

We will schedule a confidential, no-obligation conversation between you and an admissions coordinator. 

3. Start Treatment

The patient will join a treatment program that suits their needs. Reports will be completed as discussed with the referent.

Ready to find out more about professional or healthcare referrals?

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there Financing Options?

Yes. EHN Canada is a private treatment network that offers many ways to fund recovery, including through your employer benefits program. Click here for more information. One of our admissions coordinators will also walk you through our fees and the available payment options during your admissions call.

What should I bring to inpatient treatment?

• Valid health card
• Face masks 
• Toiletries (mouthwash must be alcohol free.)
• Earplugs 
• Books / E-reader for entertainment 
• Comfortable and seasonal-appropriate clothing, including exercise apparel

If applicable:
• Medication dispensing record for the past 3 months, and a 7 day supply of any prescribed medications
• Insurance card / provider information
• For smokers, sealed packages of cigarettes/pods for the duration of your stay
• CPAP machine 

What should I not bring to inpatient treatment?
• Personal bedding or towels – provided onsite
• Laundry detergent – provided onsite 
• Valuables (small, necessary items such as wallets and passports can be stored away)
• Magazine, body image books, pornographic materials 
• Overly revealing clothing including muscle or bathing suit tops 
• Camouflage patterned clothing 
• Gang, alcohol or drug associated clothing or logos 
• Smart watches 
• Playing cards or gambling paraphernalia 

Is Outpatient Treatment Available?

Yes. We have two options available for those looking for outpatient treatment.

Our virtual Intensive Outpatient Programs through EHN Online are available nationwide. Our online mental health, addiction and trauma treatment programs provide the same high quality treatment methods as our inpatient facilities. 

We also offer in-person outpatient services available at select locations. Contact our admissions team at 1-888-767-3711 for more details.

What role does my family play in inpatient treatment?

All of EHN Canada’s treatment programs include support for loved ones, providing the opportunity for individual reflection and learning about mental health and addiction.

Is Aftercare available?

Yes. At EHN Canada, the support does not stop after you graduate. During your initial treatment program, you and our team of clinicians will develop a personalized recovery plan which will form the basis of your weekly Aftercare program.

Can I enroll in a program without calling or submitting a form?

If you already know that an Intensive Outpatient Program is right for you, you can sign up without the need to call to inquire. Take this quiz to see if this is an option for you.