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Phase 1B: Transforming Lives Centre for Addiction
and Mental Health

Phase 1B - Artist Renderings

 

The Bell Gateway Building is CAMH's official 'front door' and the first point of contact for most clients and visitors.
 
 
The new gymnasium in the Bell Gateway Building helps to promote healthy activity for CAMH clients.
 
The client-run Out of This World Café will be part of this new integrated community, weaving CAMH and its clients into the local neighbourhood.
 

The Intergenerational Wellness Centre is home to the Geriatric Mental Health Program and a unique program for youth at risk.


A look into the private courtyard of the Intergenerational Wellness Centre.
 
 
An image of a youth bedroom as part of the Child, Youth, and Family Program, which is housed in the Intergenerational Wellness Centre.
 
 
A bedroom in the Geriatric Mental Health Program, which is in the Intergenerational Wellness Centre.
 
 
The Doctors Association Building (formerly the Utilities and Parking Building) includes  facilities for 'Activities of Daily Living', assessments, and client skills training, as well as meeting rooms. This building will reduce CAMH's footprint by centralizing heating and cooling for all of CAMH's new facilities and eliminating surface parking.
 
 
A view of the Doctors Association Building at night.
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