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Bridging Clinic

The Bridging Service provides short term, in-person care for clients referred from one of the CAMH Crisis and Critical Care Inpatient Units or Emergency Department.

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Forensic Secure Unit A (3-2) and B (3-3)

CAMH ‘s two Medium Secure Forensic Units provide treatment, care and rehabilitation for patients under the Ontario Review Board (ORB).

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Emergency Department

CAMH’s Psychiatric Emergency Department provides 24 hours/7 days per week emergency services for adults with mental health and substance issues.

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Crisis and Critical Care Unit 7 - Womens Inpatient Unit (WIU - CCC7)

The Women's Inpatient Unit is a time-limited, goal-oriented acute care unit for women with severe mental illness or mood and anxiety disorders.

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Youth Addiction & Concurrent Disorders Service

The Youth Addiction and Concurrent Disorders Service (YACDS) offers treatment to young people (14-24 years) who have substance use challenges/concerns, with or without concurrent mental health concerns.

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COMPASS

Concurrent Outpatient Medical & Psychosocial Addiction Support Services (COMPASS) is an outpatient service specializing in evidence–based, medical and psychosocial interventions for clients with addiction/concurrent disorder concerns.

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Problem Gambling and Technology Use Support Groups

Support groups for family members of individuals experiencing a gambling problem or excessive gaming and internet use.

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Problem Gambling and Technology Use Treatment Services

This service offers support for people whose gambling or technology use is problematic, leading to difficulties in other parts of their lives.

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Shkaabe Makwa Clinical Services

The Shkaabe Makwa Clinical Services provides outpatient groups and individual counselling to Aboriginal people experiencing substance use and other mental health challenges.

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Concurrent Youth Unit

This program offers developmentally informed mental health support to youth, 13-18 years old, who require inpatient treatment for moderate to severe substance use disorder with an accompanying mental health challenge.

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