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White squirrel sculpture

The great white squirrel of CAMH

A new six-foot tall sculpture of a white squirrel now permanently graces the new TD Commons at CAMH.

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CAMH Daily Update: September 28, 2020

These are extraordinary times and CAMH is committed to transparency and communication with the community that we serve.

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COVID-19 Updates

What CAMH is doing to keep staff, patients and the community safe while we maintain critical mental health care

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Ethan Nino

Ethan said Not Today

Though only 22, Ethan Nino has already survived several life-and-death battles with suicidal ideation.

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CAMH launches new campaign on suicide prevention and awareness

CAMH is launching Not Today, the biggest campaign in its history, to prevent suicide today, tomorrow and every day after that.

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Transgender individuals more likely to have chronic health problems

Study in JAMA Open largest of its kind ever conducted

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Mental health and addictions organizations call on province for $100 million COVID-19 emergency response package

Organizations calling on the province for COVID-19 emergency response package to address mental health and addictions impacts of the pandemic.

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Meet the CAMH Board of Trustees

On June 11 2020, CAMH held its Annual General Meeting and confirmed its Board of Trustees for the upcoming year.

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CAMH receives $300K tablet donation from Slaight family

Staying connected with family and loved ones has become an emotionally important part of getting through a pandemic.

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Research News: Understanding LGBTQ2S youth homelessness in York Region

Study is one of the first to explore LGBTQ2S youth homelessness in suburban and semi-rural areas.

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