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Families of people with schizophrenia often struggle with helping their loved one to really engage in life—to be able to work, study, enjoy their leisure time and have meaningful relationships. CAMH Education has just released a publication that will help. (Read more on the CAMH Education Blog.)
A website for teachers, by teachers, featuring evidence-based resources and tools to support mental health in classrooms and schools. Read all about it on the CAMH Education blog.
CAMH Education proudly launches Communicating with People with Mental Health Disabilities: What Justice Sector Professionals Can Do to Remove Barriers, part of the EnAbling Change Program. (Read more on the CAMH Education Blog.)
Our team recently pitched a gamified app for people with developmental disabilities at the GameON Ventures competition—and won! Find out more about it on the CAMH Education Blog.
A new mobile app developed by CAMH offers those who want to reduce or quit drinking alcohol the ability to track and manage their drinking habits.

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