As of August 5th, 2022, an outbreak has been declared in CAMH’s Emergency Department, located at 1051 Queen Street West due to staff positive COVID-19 cases. This declaration was made in conjunction with Toronto Public Health, CAMH’s Health, Safety and Wellness (HSW), and Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC). The Emergency Department remains open to new patients, but please be advised that wait times might be longer than usual given staffing issues. Thank you for your patience.
If you are in an emergency, in crisis or need someone to talk to, there is help.
SAPACCY provides services to African and Caribbean Canadian youth and their families who are dealing with problem substance use and mental health concerns. The SAPACCY team works from a cultural competence lens to help Black youth work through mental health and addiction concerns. Our programs offer mental health and addictions counselling and support in accessing resources to assist youth and their families/caregivers in reducing harm, moving toward recovery, and making the best choices for themselves and their family.
In order to draw on families’ experiences, support, and strength, the service offers a 5-week family support group. This group is open to all family members with Black Youths aged 14-24 (does not have to be a CAMH client) who are experiencing substance use and/or mental health concerns.
Sessions Topics Include:
Addiction Cycle for Users
Adaptation by the Family
Stages of Change
Strategies for coping
For more information please contact (416) 535-8501 ext. 30655.