CAMH has created materials to help clients and their families, professionals and the general public learn more about addiction and mental health issues. Our publications include helpful tips, answers to frequently-asked questions, best practices and emerging knowledge on different topics to help increase understanding, reduce stigma and promote informed decision-making.
CAMH is dedicated to providing online education in the areas of addictions and mental health. Online education at CAMH is designed to enhance learning opportunities for practitioners who provide services to people with addictions and mental health as well as for clients and their families. Our goal is to provide leadership in creating better understanding, prevention and care.
CAMH offers an integrated set of web based
resources for teachers, schools and allied partners to utilize in their
prevention/health promotion work with youth.
Information, tools and other resources for communities and organizations interested in working on addictions and mental
health issues. Includes links to the CAMH Community Information Forums,
the Community Guide from Talking about Mental Illness (TAMI) and
information about public education.
The CAMH Library offers services and comprehensive collections to support learning, knowledge exchange, research and practice in mental health and addictions.
The CAMH Archives is the corporate archives for CAMH's non-clinical records having long-range/permanent value, and documents on mental health & addictions' history. The Archives serves CAMH, universities and external researchers.