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As many as 19 per cent of Ontario adults aged 18 to 29 experience moderate to severe problematic use of electronic devices, according to the latest CAMH Monitor survey.
Mental health or substance use problems can affect any of us, at any age. CAMH's new research report, Across the Lifespan, highlights our recent discoveries and new initiatives investigating the causes, treatments and prevention of mental illness and addiction at all life stages, from childhood to late life.
CAMH's Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey (OSDUHS), the longest ongoing school survey in Canada, is celebrating 40 years in the field this fall. Hear from the CAMH experts who lead this one-of-a-kind survey.
CAMH Scientist Dr. Alex Abramovich and collaborators unveiled Toronto’s first mandatory training program for shelters to better meet the needs of LGBTQ homeless youth.
A modified version of a successful treatment is improving the day-to-day lives of people with schizophrenia, and its shorter, more sustainable approach could make the beneficial treatment available to more people.
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The 2015 CAMH Monitor eReport describes the extent of substance use and related harms, as well as mental health and well-being indicators among Ontario adults aged 18 years and older. (Dec. 2016)

Across the Lifespan: CAMH Research 2015-2016Our new 2015-2016 research report, Across the Lifespanhighlights our recent discoveries and new initiatives investigating the causes, treatments and prevention of mental illness and addiction at all life stages, from childhood to late life. (Nov. 2016)

 

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CAMH breakthrough special magazine

A Globe and Mail special magazine features CAMH's Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute. See the breakthrough magazine.

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