We Are Committed to Your Health
Begin your recovery here
Dr. P Harris
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Begin your recovery here
Phoenix Transformations has been established to assist in treating patients with opioid use disorder. In other words, anyone who has a valid BC health card and who has struggled with their use of heroin, morphine, fentanyl, oxycodone or any form of opioid will be accepted if they wish to go onto opioid agonist therapy with either suboxone or methadone.
Body & Mind Approach
Our goal is to treat both the craving and the behavioral element associated with opioid use. Dependence on other substances being abused in conjunction with opioids are also to be addressed in our recovery program. We are not however at this time treating addictions to stimulants or alcohol as individual disorders as these addictions are addressed by other programs.
Professional & Friendly Staff
Committed to Privacy
Text us to make an appointment 604-260-7252
Patients who do not have a family doctor are welcome to have one here. Otherwise, your medical records will remain with your family doctor and they will be provided updates throughout your treatment.
Opioid Use Disorder
If you struggle with the use of heroin, morphine, fentanyl, oxycodone or any form of opioid you will be accepted into opioid agonist therapy with either suboxone or methadone.
Our outreach team is here to support our patients and connect them to programs such as support groups, housing, employment, and community detox. They can also assist our patients in ID replacement, income assistance applications, referrals to support services, advocacy and community projects etc.
Text Us: (604) 260-7252
5873 York Rd Duncan, BC V9L 4Y2
BC211 is a British Columbia, non-profit organization that provides a free, confidential, multilingual service that links people to resources for help, where and when they need it.
We provide information about and referral to a broad range of programs and services, including:
- basic needs like food and shelter
- mental health and addictions support
- legal and financial assistance
- support for seniors, and much more.
Help is available 24/7 by calling or texting 211.
Cowichan Valley Survival Guide
Meals, shelters, harm reduction resources, overdose prevention sites, needle disposal boxes, substance use services and support, pregnancy support, LGBTQ2S support, transportation, food banks, washrooms, dayuse storage, foot care, employment, free laundry, hair cuts, free phone, free internet, showers, etc…