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Who We Help: Your Employees

If you need support helping employees who are struggling with addiction or mental illness, we’re here for you.
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Your Struggle

Did you know that 500,000 Canadians miss work every week as a result of poor mental health? When employees suffer from addiction, depression, or trauma, it can take a toll on their work and team morale. Sometimes, these consequences can be deadly. Even if you’ve done all you can, there may be a limit to how much progress your employees can make without medical intervention. And sometimes, individuals need an immersive, distraction-free environment to make meaningful progress, especially if they face triggers at work.

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How We Help You

EHN Canada’s treatment centres have 100+ years of combined experience helping people heal from addiction and mental illnesses. Through our corporate partner program, we invite companies to reach out to us to help employees in need. 

Beyond improving employees’ lives, our corporate partners also benefit by saving money when they rehabilitate employees instead of hiring and training new team members.

We’ve built our legacy treating addiction and are also known for treatment programs designed for veterans, military service members, and first responders. We make care accessible with online treatment programs and inpatient and outpatient facilities from coast to coast. We also offer aftercare and family support to help your employees maintain their progress when they return to work.

 

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Making a Professional Referral

Step 1
Fill out the referral form on our admissions page. Have questions? Call our referral relations team at 1 866-462-1086
Step 2
Our referral relations team will review the referral, contact you to confirm receipt, and coordinate an assessment call for the patient.
Step 3
The patient will join a treatment program at a facility that suits their needs. You’ll receive reports on the patient’s progress.
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Benefits of Being a Referral Partner

  • Quick access to high quality treatment options including inpatient, outpatient, and online therapy
  • Evidence-based approaches that include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), and motivational interviewing (MI)
  • 24/7 medical and nursing support in residential treatment, with doctors and psychiatrists trained in addiction medicine on site
  • Therapy led by registered mental health professionals, including psychotherapists, counsellors, social workers, occupational therapists, and physical health specialists
  • Strong combination of both individual and group therapy
  • Peer support groups including AA, NA, and SMART Recovery
  • Relapse prevention planning
  • Comprehensive discharge planning
  • Up to 12 months of Aftercare included for eligible patients who complete a program
  • Access to the Wagon app for setting goals, tracking progress, and monitoring triggers
  • Family workshops and education provided throughout
  • Dedicated Business Development Team and Client Care Specialists (CCS) to coordinate referral and reporting requirements
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Stay-at-Work Options

EHN Online offers Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) as a convenient alternative to our inpatient programs. The IOP is fully online, so patients can stay at work while they receive the care they need.

 

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Successful Return-to-Work

Our inpatient programs come with rigorous post-treatment support to help your employees come back to the workplace safely and successfully. We offer comprehensive discharge planning, one year of aftercare for eligible patients, and ongoing compliance monitoring.

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What We Treat

At EHN Canada we treat a wide range of mental health concerns, including, but not limited to:

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Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol continues to be the most used and abused substance in Canada. Our alcoholism treatment program is designed to help you break free from the cycle of addiction and live a life you love.

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Trauma/PTSD/OSI

Trauma comes in many forms and from many sources including work, relationships, and childhood. If trauma or a psychological injury are interfering with your daily life, we’re here to help you feel better for good.

Featured Locations

We have outpatient, online, and inpatient treatment options to help employees with varying severity of mental health or substance use disorders. Our convenient locations and online treatment option ensures your team members can get the help they need with as little disruption as possible.

Bellwood Health Services

Edgewood Treatment Centre

Edgewood: Community Focused, Clinically Rooted Recovery

Sandstone Inpatient Treatment Centre

A Homey Rehab Centre in Calgary

Clinique Nouveau Départ

For over 30 years, Clinique Nouveau Départ – EHN Canada has offered specialized inpatient and outpatient services to anyone battling an addiction or mental health problem.

Gateway Recovery Centre

Ontario’s Premier Facility for Military, Veterans, and First Responders. We’re constantly updating our program offerings to provide our patients with the most up-to-date, medically accurate treatments. That’s what makes Gateway the best treatment facility in Eastern Canada for trauma and addiction. 

Ledgehill for Men Treatment Centre

A men-only treatment facility in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia

Ledgehill for Women Treatment Centre

A safe and comfortable space for women to recover.

EHN Online

We make care accessible and convenient by offering evidence-based treatments for addiction, drug use, and other mental illnesses in a virtual format.

Outpatient Facilities

View our outpatient facilities