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If you are interested in our addiction treatment program, or if you would like more information on the program for you or someone else you know, the first step is to call us. Depending on your expectations or those of your loved ones, an appointment may be organized in our admission center in Montreal or Terrebonne.

The Terrebonne center The Terrebonne treatment center hosts 42 people, men and women, in individual rooms..

Access limit for people with reduced mobility: Vilavi's addiction treatment center is not equipped to accommodate people with reduced mobility. In addition, the nature of the program includes constant movement in different rooms on different floors, which represents a limit to access for people using a walker or a wheelchair.

Pre-admission assessment

Over the course of the appointment, one of our counsellors will proceed with an assessment of the request through a personal interview. This interview will allow to evaluate the needs of the individual and their profile, in order to direct them to the appropriate center at Vilavi or another organisation. Over the course of the second meeting (with an assessment fee of $50), the administrative process is completed and the admission request is then submitted to the approval of the treatment center management. If it is approved and there is available space, the admission request may be complete in the following week.


The fee for therapy is $120 per day. However certain local agreements may have Vilavi consider requests of low-income individuals (welfare). All requests must be submitted to the admissions officer responsible for assessing each case before authorizing admission at the treatment center.

The daily package includes the following services:


  • Private bedroom
  • 3 meals a day
  • 2 snack breaks
  • Accommodation and laundry
  • Liability insurance

Treatment program:

  • • Assessment of the request
  • Treatment plan
  • Individual follow-up with an intervention specialist
  • Group workshops
  • Specific outings related to the program routines if needed


  • • Access to a public telephone in accordance with specific hours of operation
  • • Access to the Internet and email (following a time schedule)
  • • Communication between Vilavi counselors and other resources (tutors, family, lawyers, probation officers, intervention specialists)

Procedural requirements or documents needed prior to admission:

  • ID's
  • RAMQ card and birth certificate
  • Medical certificate if necessary.