Heritage Treatment Foundation

An English Speaking Rehab offering personalized treatment in Quebec

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Medical Detox

Fully Personalized Treatment Programs
30 Day Residential Care.

Pet Friendly

Comfortable Private Rooms
Private Bathrooms

Individual Attention

Small Group Sizes
Separate Women's Residence

Heritage Foundation Treatment

Why choose Heritage Foundation's Rehab Centre?

Your healing from addiction journey starts in a serene and restful environment approximately 10 minutes from the US border, and 1 hour from historic Montreal. At Heritage Treatment Foundation, we believe that having personal space in a cozy establishment is crucial to a promising recovery. You are, thus, provided with your own room and personal bathroom, affording you privacy and tranquility in this difficult time

Heritage Treatment Foundation is your safe haven away from home. Set in Victorian-like style, the ambiance is warm and welcoming. The surrounding is spacious, green and beautiful. Here, you will find peace-of-mind, and time for yourself. Just take a look at some of our pictures, and see for yourself! To view all our pictures visit the photo gallery.

A little bit about our amazing location in Godmanchester Québec

Godmanchester, Quebec, is a picturesque and tranquil township located near the Ontario border. Nestled in the southwestern part of the province, it boasts a serene rural landscape characterized by rolling farmlands, lush greenery, and scenic waterways. The area is rich in natural beauty, with the Chateauguay River meandering through the township, providing stunning river views and opportunities for recreational activities such as fishing and boating.

The township’s proximity to the Ontario border adds to its appeal, making it an accessible getaway for those seeking a peaceful retreat from urban life. The combination of agricultural charm and natural splendor offers a quintessential rural Quebec experience, ideal for nature lovers and those looking to immerse themselves in the serene countryside.

We will pick you up in Brossard Québec

You’ve made the right choice, it’s time to get the help that is needed. There is plenty to do to get ready to take that next important step so why add travel to your load? We are happy to come to your home and get you, or if you prefer, which some residents do, we can pick you up somewhere neutral. 

We have hand-picked some easy-to-access pickup points around Brossard. If you are interested in any of the following pickup points just let your intake team member know and they will make all the arrangements for you. 

We look forward to meeting you and helping you begin your journey to wellness. 



“My name is Jason and I was a client of the Heritage Treatment Foundation staff for three months. The care and treatment I received from the clinical staff was outstanding. "


age 35

““t took a lot for me to first admit that I had a problem and second to do something about it. When I arrived I had a warm welcome from Catherine and knew that the staff was there to help "


age 23

““I had used drugs since the age of 13. When I arrived at the Centre I had just overdosed on Oxycontin. The staff here never gave up. I started to feel better and better. The staff were like a family.


age 19

The importance of English Language Rehab Services

Access to English medical treatment in Quebec faces several challenges, primarily due to language legislation aimed at preserving the French language. One significant piece of legislation, Bill 96, mandates stricter communication requirements in French, making it more difficult for English-speaking Quebecers to access services in their preferred language. While the law exempts certain groups such as Indigenous people, individuals with existing rights to English-language education, and recent immigrants (for their first six months), it still complicates everyday interactions for English speakers​ (Global News)​. Additionally, health care services are under pressure to comply with these regulations while ensuring they do not leave anyone without necessary care. Although emergency services must be available in English, other medical and governmental services may now require proof of eligibility for English communication. This can create barriers for English speakers needing prompt and accessible health care (AMI-Quebec)​. The legislative changes also affect nurse practitioners in Quebec. Recent amendments to the Nurses Act have expanded their scope of practice, which includes diagnosing illnesses and prescribing medications independently. These changes are intended to improve access to health care services overall. However, the linguistic restrictions could still impact English-speaking patients, particularly in regions where French is the dominant language of health care providers​ (McGill University)​. These legislative measures illustrate the delicate balance between protecting the French language and ensuring accessible health care for all Quebec residents, including the English-speaking minority.


“The staff were all amazing people. Having worked together for a number of years, the staff knew all their strengths and how their particular areas of expertise complimented each other."

T in New York

age 28

“My daughter was a client of Catherine’s and her outstanding team of addiction treatment professionals. The key word here is “professional. My daughter has been sober for almost a year. .”

Mother of Rena B

age 23

Catherine and her staff of psychotherapists Karen, Laurie and nurse Nana, as well as all office and cooking staff, are all great people and I got the feeling they really cared about me

Dale White

Pick up Points in Brossard

Terminus Panama 1895 Rue Panama, Brossard, Quebec J4W 2S8

Connected to the REM and a hub for South Shore bus lines, Panama is a great for those that will be connecting with us by public transit. To get to Terminus Panama in Brossard via the REM (Réseau express métropolitain), follow these steps: Travel to a REM station: The REM provides service from Montreal's Central Station to Brossard. The line connecting the South Shore to Central Station is already in service​ (Bienvenue à bord du REM)​​ (Wikipedia)​. Ride the REM to Panama Station: Board the REM train on the South Shore line and get off at Panama Station. This station is located in Brossard and is part of the initial segment of the REM that has been operational since July 2023​ (Bienvenue à bord du REM)​.
Connecting Bus Services: Panama Station features a major bus terminal with 30 platforms, serving 37 bus lines from the Réseau de transport de Longueuil (RTL) and exo bus networks. This makes it easy to continue your journey to various destinations in the area​ (Bienvenue à bord du REM)​​ (Wikipedia)​.

Fare Information: For traveling within the zones covered by the REM, including Zone A (Montreal) and Zone B (Longueuil), you can purchase tickets that cover multiple transit modes (REM, bus, metro, and train). For example, a single trip ticket between zones A and B costs $4.50, while a monthly pass costs $155​ (Bienvenue à bord du REM)​.

For detailed schedules and additional information about bus connections, you can visit the REM official website and the RTL website.

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Champlain Mall (Mayrand Entrance) 2151 Boul. Lapinière suite S100, Brossard, QC J4W 2T5

CThough Panama is a great transit hub, parking is limited and there is a lot of activity. We offer pickups from the nearby Champlain Mall as there is usually plenty of space in the parking lot next to Mayrand. For those being dropped off by car friends and family, it is still very accessible but would provide a more relaxed place to say goodbyes.

Coming from Montreal: Take the A-15 South and continue over the Champlain Bridge. You will be taking the first exit, so you can stay in the right-most available lane, the far-right lane is reserved for emergencies. Once you’ve crossed the bridge, stay to your right while taking the first exit. You will loop around heading back towards the bridge.

You will merge onto the service road, to continue under the bridge, again staying in the right-most lane once on the service road. Your turn is coming up right after the gas station. Turn right on to Provencher (watch out for the pothole) and continue straight past the school zone and park. When you come to the traffic light continue straight, you will see the Champlain Mall and you can enter the parking lot on your right just after the intersection.

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Local Parks and Public Meeting Spaces

Park Victorin, Swimming Pool, and Tennis Courts

1025 Av. Pothier, Brossard, QC or street parking near the intersection of Provencher and Péloquin, Brossard, Quebec J4W, Canada

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Briand Park

5595 Rue Briand, Brossard, QC J4Z 2A3

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Georgette-Lepage Library of Brossard

7855 Av. San Francisco, Brossard, QC J4X 2A4

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Brossard Dog Park

4000 Boul. de Rome, Brossard, QC J4Y 3H8

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Lunan Park

7085 Rue de Lunan, Brossard, QC J4Y 3K4

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C & T Supermarket

8200 Bd Taschereau #1300, Brossard, QC J4X 2S6

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Léon-Gravel Park

93 Bd Marie-Victorin, Brossard, QC J4X 1A3

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Service Type
Provider Name
Heritage Treatment Foundation,
2678 QC-138, ,Godmanchester, Quebec,Canada-J0S 1H0,
Telephone No.1-888-999-1968
Brossard, Quebec, Canada
We will pick you up in Brossard and bring you to Heritage treatment Center where your journey to freedom from addiction begins, call 1-888-999-1968 to arrange a pick up in Brossard.