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Organization: Wendigo Lake Expeditions  
Phone Numbers: 705-386-2376 ext 218, Project D.A.R.E. * ext 217, ACHIEVE * ext 223, SOLO Canada * REACH residential treatment 705-386-2376 ext 201
Fax: 705-386-2345
Email: glasss@wendigolake.com
Website: www.wendigolake.com
Address:
PO Box 2000
South River, ON
P0A 1X0
Street
Address
:
501 Forestry Rd
South River
 
Intersection: Dufferin St and Ottawa Ave
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Administration Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * program delivery Mon-Sun 24 hours
Executives: Stephen Glass - Executive Director
705-386-2376 ext 221
Jeremie Carreau - Deputy Director, Supervisor of ACHIEVE
carreauj@wendigolake.com
Service Description: Residential treatment adventure therapy wilderness programs that specialize in working with male adolescents ages 13 to 18 with behavioral problems, mental health, poor grades, and substance abuse dependencies.

Programs offered:
  • R.E.A.C.H. 'Stepping Stones': Residential treatment * two 4-bed programs: 8 beds
  • Project D.A.R.E.: Open custody therapeutic adventure * 10 beds
    *ACHIEVE: Customized therapeutic and professional development programs for agencies, schools, colleges and universities. Program length varies, coed and single gender.
  • SOLO Canada: Wilderness Emergency Medicine certifications

Fees: Program - Project DARE: Funded, no client cost * ACHIEVE: Contracted services * SOLO Canada: Fees based on course offered. * R.E.A.C.H.: Ministry-approved Per diem rate applies
Application: * R.E.A.C.H.: Referrals for residential treatment may be made by the parent or agency which has authority to approve placement and payment of the per diem rate
* Project D.A.R.E: Referrals must originate from Probation Officers
* ACHIEVE programs: May be contracted by any individual or organization
* SOLO Canada: Individual enrolment and contracted group enrolment
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: The program is designed for male youth aged 13-18 who present a range of behaviours which threaten family permanency or their development to healthy adulthood.
Age: 13.00 - 18.00 years
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Ontario  
See Also: Criminal Justice Outreach

This information was last completely updated on May 17, 2017

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