The Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey (OSDUHS) is a population survey of students in Grades 7 to 12, from more than 150 schools across Ontario. It is undertaken every two years, and shows trends in drug use, mental health, physical activity and risk behaviours.
The CAMH Monitor is a population survey of more than 2,000 Ontario adults, done every two years. It provides information on substance use and mental health, as well as public opinions on drug issues and policies.
CAMH Population Studies e-Bulletins are survey highlights about the Ontario population, covering timely topics on substance use, mental health, physical health, gambling and risk behaviours.