We are making changes to improve access to the kind of care provided by CAMH’s AIM Program by creating a new Intensive Integrated Ambulatory Service. In particular, we are expanding our capacity to support more people whose lives are impacted by trauma as well as mood and anxiety problems. We are also strengthening our ability to work with people with concurrent mental health and substance use disorders.
During the summer of 2015, referrals to AIM will be responded to on an outpatient basis by our Mood and Anxiety Day Treatment staff. In the fall of 2015, a new Intensive Integrated Ambulatory Service for mood and anxiety, concurrent disorder s and trauma will be opened. This service will provide psychiatric assessment and treatment as well as intensive group treatment. We will be discontinuing the overnight stay component of our intensive mood and anxiety service as of July 31, 2015.
If you are making a referral, please contact Access CAMH at 416-535-8501, and press 2
If you require further information please contact AIM at ext. 32495.