Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare’s (HDGH) Centre for Problem Gambling and Digital Dependency provides free, confidential, and professional treatment services to individuals and their family and friends impacted by gambling, gaming, and/or problematic internet use-related concerns.
Our Canadian board-certified counsellors and inter-disciplinary team understand Digital Dependencies and Problem Gambling and are equipped to meet your needs and recovery goals.
Our outpatient and education services are available to residents of Windsor and Essex County, while our residential treatment services are available to residents across Ontario.
Individuals can self-refer for outpatient services. Anyone can inquire about services by connecting during hours of operation.
Please note ALL referrals to the residential treatment program MUST be made through the problem gambling service provider designated by Ontario Health.
The Centre for Problem Gambling and Digital Dependency at HDGH is funded by the Addictions Branch of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Services are provided at no cost to you upon the presentation of a valid OHIP card.
Upon arrival at HDGH please present to the Central Registration Department, prior to proceeding to your appointment. Central Registration is located within the main entrance, across from the Courtyard Café.
Please arrive 15 min before your appointment in order to allow enough time to register.
Centre for Problem Gambling and Digital Dependency (Windsor)
Dr. Fouad Tayfour Regional Rehabilitation Centre
1453 Prince Road
Windsor, ON N9C 3Z4
Services are also available at:
South Essex Community Council (SEC)
215 Talbot St. E.
Leamington, ON N8H 3X5
Call 519-326-8629 ext. 361 to book your appointment
For those seeking services please call 519-254-2112
Monday and Friday, 8 am - 4 pm
Tuesday - Thursday, 8 am - 8 pm
For 24 Hour crisis assistance, call the Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline (OPGH)
Families’ and Friends’ Role in Promoting Safety
Family members and friends play an important role in patient safety. Encouraging
attendance of appointments, taking medications and asking to be involved in
understanding and facilitating treatment plans is recommended among family
members and friends. If family members and friends have serious concerns
about a loved one’s safety and well-being please utilize emergency (911) or
crisis hotline (519-973-4435) services or locations (nearest emergency room or
crisis centre) as needed. You are always allowed to provide us with
information however we may not be able to relay information/feedback to you
directly. For any important messages the hospital contact information is
provided on this website under the Contacts link.
Thank you for your role in promoting safety.