Getting Online Addiction and Mental Health Treatment During COVID-19

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The entire world population is experiencing trauma as a result of COVID-19. The pandemic has been changing several aspects of our lives for over a year now. The negative effects of COVID-19 are felt on our finances, our social activities, and our physical and mental health. This collective trauma affects each of us, but even more so … Read more

How Eating Disorders Affect Mental Health

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Eating is absolutely essential for survival. We all know that food is one of our most basic needs. It powers our muscles, nerves, and systems. No matter how complicated our relationships with food may be, we literally cannot live without it. Importantly, food fuels our brains. When we struggle to improve our lives or disrupt … Read more

EHN Canada’s new Eating Disorders Program, launching March 1, is helping those turned away by public healthcare options

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Toronto, ON – Bellwood Health Services, part of the EHN Canada nationwide network of premier treatment centres, is offering a new program designed to treat both eating disorders and concurrent mental health and addiction disorders. …Read More

EHN Canada expands its virtual mental health and addiction treatment programs to cover workplace trauma

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TORONTO, Feb. 11, 2021 /CNW/ – Instances of mental health disorders and addiction are on the rise. With lockdown in effect, seeking treatment is a challenge, especially for those who are isolated or at high risk. EHN Canada, a network of premier private treatment facilities across Canada, is proud to be growing their Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) through EHN Online. …Read More

Safety precautions against COVID-19

COVID-19 should not prevent someone from being able to receive life-saving addiction and mental health treatment. Rest assured that we are taking every step possible to protect our current patient population from contracting the infection.

Our facilities have policies and protocols in place to protect patients, including screening new patients, limiting visitors, and moving aftercare groups to online meetings.

Continue to our action plan to see what we are doing to protect our patients from COVID-19.