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Women's Mental Health Program

CAMH's Women's Mental Health Program primarily serves women who have a history of trauma in combination with a diagnosis of mental illness. Services include:

Consultation and Liaison Services

Provides support to the care of women with special issues. This service promotes capacity to provide care for clients while they remain in the CAMH clinical program that is most appropriate for their care and treatment. Limited number of clients is accepted for consultation.

Referral Required: Yes. Psychiatrist or other CAMH Programs.

Contact: (416) 535-8501 ext. 34702

Contact: 250 College Street site, 9th floor

Women's Inpatient Unit

The Women's Inpatient Unit is a short-stay 18-bed inpatient unit for women with severe mental illness or mood and anxiety disorders who may have experienced trauma (childhood sexual, physical and emotional abuse and/or sexual or physical assault in adulthood) and /or addiction. Individualized treatment includes assessment, diagnostic clarification, stabilization, focused treatment interventions and facilitation of community linkages.

Referral Required: Yes. Family doctor, outpatient therapist or psychiatrist.

Contact: (416) 535-8501 ext. 34702

Location: 250 College Street site, 9th floor

Transitional Care Program

Provides short-term women-centred care for women with complex mood disorders, co-existing trauma, anxiety and addiction; and women discharged from the Women's Program. Currently the services include psychoeducation, skills building groups, short-term psychotherapy group, and time limited pharmacological support.

Referral Required: Yes. Psychiatrist or clinician.

Contact: (416) 535-8501 ext. 34089

Location: 250 College Street site, 9th floor


Women’s Day Treatment Program

The Women’s Day Treatment Program is an 8 week outpatient program for women struggling with daily living activities with complex mood disorders and/or personality disorders, who may have experienced trauma, and or addictions.  The program provides individual and group treatment, including dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), psychoeducation, and skill building and coaching. 

Referral required: Yes, Family Doctor, outpatient therapist or psychiatrist

Contact (416) 535-8501 ext 34702

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