(807) 471-2554 info@tbmftc.com


We accept applications from individuals who:

  • are voluntarily agreeing to participate in the Treatment Program;
  • are assisted by community-based agencies, health professional and other related agencies;
  • have been substance free for a period of 30 days prior to attending the Treatment Program;
  • are able to come to the Treatment Centre with a 6 week supply of their medication; and
  • have children three months of age or older.

We do not accept applications from individuals who:


  • are coming directly out of incarceration institutions*;
  • are pregnant;
  • require psychiatric health care assistance (such as those diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorders as the Treatment Centre is not medically equipped to work with these individuals.); and
  • are on prescriptions for anti-depressants or other mood altering drugs. (Prior to being accepted into the Treatment Program, potential Program participants would have to be weaned off of such medications under the Doctor’s care.);

* A new and separate Program for recently incarcerated individuals is under development.

When an application is submitted you will be prompted to Download/Print off the 10 paged ‘Medical Portion’ that needs to be completed and faxed to the Fax Number located at the top of Page 1 by a Medical Professional.

Download Medical Portion here.

Please note: When completing the application process individual applicants are encouraged to involve their home community’s NNADAP/Referral Worker as they are the main contact for the Treatment Centre and crucial to assuring strong aftercare upon Treatment Program graduation.  Accurate completion of the Application Form and associated Medical Forms is required prior to Program admission. 

Should you have any questions regarding Program vacancy, intake dates, or the application process in general, please contact the Treatment Centre’s Intake Worker at 807-630-1401 or via email at: intake@tbmftc.com

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