28-09-2016Mental Health for All Conference 2016
CAMH is pleased to promote the Canadian Mental Health Association's 'Mental Health for All' Conference 2016. The conference will promote a dialogue about mental health, mental illness and addiction; and bring together the most innovative and inspiring mental health and addictions thinkers and leaders in the country. Science and health care. Service providers and persons with lived experience. Leaders and people working on the front lines. All working toward the same goal: Mental Health For All.
01-10-2016Creative on Queen
SAVE THE DATE! CAMH will once again be participating in the Queen West Art Crawl. Join us for art, music, food & plenty of creativity!
01-10-2016NAVIGATING WELLNESS - Co-Presentation with New Adventures of Sound Art for Nuit Blanche 2016
As part of Nuit Blanche 2016, Workman Arts and NAISA present a site specific sound installation created by artists with lived experience of recovery and wellness. Visitors will experience a contemplative auditory environment composed from sound art pieces created by artists of Workman Arts. This piece provides a calm and peaceful sound environment amidst the bustle and chaos of late night revelry.
15-09-20166th Annual Education Event – Sexual Behaviours Clinic
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) invites you to join us for a two-day educational event. This workshop will be of interest to service providers with an interest in child protection, risk assessment, addictions, mental health and the criminal justice system.
05-10-20162016 MPA Annual Conference: Collaborative Approaches for Children and Youth
REGISTER NOW! If you play a role with children or youth who experience these types of healthcare concerns, we invite you to attend this year’s Medical Psychiatry Alliance Annual Conference on Oct. 5, 2016, hosted by The Hospital for Sick Children. Be a part of defining what successful collaborative care looks like. In order to make a difference, everyone needs to work together.