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542  Selkirk Avenue

Winnipeg,  Manitoba, R2W  2M9

Usual Hours (Times may vary):

Monday — 10am - 4pm

Tuesday — 1pm - 4pm

Wednesday — 10am - 3pm

Thursday — 10am - 4pm

Friday — 1pm - 4pm

Saturday — 11am - 2pm

591  Broadway Avenue

Winnipeg,  Manitoba, R3C  0W6

Usual Hours (Times may vary):

Monday — 10am - 4pm

Wednesday — 10am - 3pm

Thursday — 10am - 4pm

339A Main Street

Selkirk, Manitoba, R1A 1T3

Usual Hours (Times may vary):

Wednesday - 11am - 1pm

Phoenix Recovery

ph: 204-586-4357 (HELP) ph: 204-772-4357 (HELP) fax: 204-977-6899

About Phoenix Recovery

Phoenix Recovery assists patients dependent on opiates and benzodiazepines. Opiates, like tylenol #3, morphine, percocet, hydromorphone, heroin, and fentanyl can be addictive. Although abstinence is attainable for some, withdrawal symptoms can be intolerable and as such many are unable to stop using opiates.

Opiate replacement therapy has been practiced for decades across the world. Studies have shown that this approach to opiate dependency results in less overdoses, incarceration, financial difficulties and HIV/hepatitis infections. Patients are given a long-acting opiate in a controlled fashion, such as methadone or Suboxone, to replace their illicit opiate use and to motivate them to work towards a healthier lifestyle.

When benzodiazepines (ex. Valium, Xanax, clonazepam, Ativan, Restoril) are taken regularly, trying to discontinue can be very difficult. Sudden discontinuation can result in seizures and/or death. Phoenix recovery health care providers establish a customized benzodiazepine taper to assist patients in coming off benzodiazepines.



  • Two clinic locations in Winnipeg and a clinic location in Selkirk Manitoba
  • Multiple pharmacy locations in Winnipeg
  • Primary care provided by nurse practitioners
  • On-site counseling
  • On-site psychiatry
  • Needle exchange program
  • Pap tests
  • Pregnant patients welcomed
  • After-care program
  • Private at-home program (extra fee)



Call us to book an intake appointment (204-586-HELP) or come as a walk-in to one of our locations. We generally have no waiting list and do our best to have patients seen when they are ready to seek our help. No referral is needed. YOU MUST BRING YOUR HEALTH CARD.

When arriving for your initial intake visit you will be asked to complete some confidential intake forms, a patient agreement, and to provide a urine sample. You are not expected to come with a "clean" urine. Once this is completed you will see a Phoenix Recovery physician and/or a nurse practitioner, both trained in opiate replacement therapy and benzodiazepine management.



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