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CAMH welcomes the release of Our Health Our City: A Mental Health, Substance Use, Harm Reduction and Treatment Strategy for Toronto

Integrating mental health, addictions, substance use and the social determinants of health is critical for addressing the complex challenges facing our city

About CAMH welcomes the release of Our Health Our City: A Mental Health, Substance Use, Harm Reduction and Treatment Strategy for Toronto
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CAMH study finds that youth sports participation may mitigate genetic risk for mental illness

Study of nearly 5,000 nine- and 10-year-olds suggests playing non-contact or team sports may reduce problematic behaviours and symptoms in youth at risk for OCD

About CAMH study finds that youth sports participation may mitigate genetic risk for mental illness
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CAMH virtual reality training for preventing opioid overdose deaths now available to the public

CAMH Simulation Centre has created a desktop virtual reality ‘video game’ to teach people how to save lives with naloxone

About CAMH virtual reality training for preventing opioid overdose deaths now available to the public
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Treating high-risk drinking, alcohol use disorder: New Canadian guideline

A new Canadian guideline for treating high-risk drinking and alcohol use disorder (AUD) with 15 evidence-based recommendations to reduce harms associated with high-risk drinking and to support people’s treatment and recovery from AUD is published today in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).

About Treating high-risk drinking, alcohol use disorder: New Canadian guideline
In December 2018, Dr. Arun Ravindran and members of the ECHO Ontario Mental Health team at CAMH (Dr. Sanjeev Sockalingam, Dr. Eva Serhal, Maurey Nadarajah) travelled to Sri Lanka to provide Project ECHO immersion training to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) in Sri Lanka

Supporting mental health training and mentorship in Sri Lanka

On World Mental Health Day, CAMH celebrates its first international partnership based on the ECHO model

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CAMH Foundation shines a spotlight on addiction

New advertising campaign calls on Canadians to help CAMH confront the drug crisis and build a future where no one is left behind

About CAMH Foundation shines a spotlight on addiction
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New Brock-CAMH report calls for enhanced mental health, neurodiversity supports for Indigenous communities

A newly released report co-led by Brock University and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) aims to create and strengthen supports and services for Indigenous Peoples with neurodevelopmental differences.

About New Brock-CAMH report calls for enhanced mental health, neurodiversity supports for Indigenous communities
Dismantling Anti-Black Racism - Year 2 Update

Dismantling Anti Black Racism Year 2 update on CAMH strategy

Since its launch many facets of CAMH have worked together, with the support of important community partners, to make meaningful progress on our goals. We are happy to share examples from each category of the strategy to demonstrate our progress.

About Dismantling Anti Black Racism Year 2 update on CAMH strategy