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Mardi Daley considers herself one of the fortunate ones. At least as fortunate as any young black woman can feel who spent much of her childhood living in homeless shelters or temporary housing in Toronto with a troubled single mother.
A new brain imaging study by CAMH shows for the first time that brain inflammation is more than 30 per cent higher in people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) than in people without the condition.
Through care, research, education and advocacy, CAMH difference makers are transforming lives. Read more in this year’s Annual Report.
Read about a desperate mother named Lois, a troubled son with autism we will call Jack, and what a local police force did to keep a bad situation from getting even worse.
CAMH’s Geriatric Mental Health Services treats a medically complex patient population with a mix of skill, caring and compassion. It consists of two inpatient Geriatric Assessment Units with a total of 48 beds, as well as outpatient services.
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CAMH General Information Toronto: 416-595-6111 Toll Free: 1-800-463-6273
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