Refine by Date

Narrow By

First Nations Wellness Initiative team

First Nations community engagement leads to the development of evidence and community-informed wellness strategies

Many existing programs designed to address mental health and substance use challenges in First Nations communities are not culturally safe, wholistic or responsive to community-specific needs. The First Nations Wellness Initiative (FNWI) is a collaborative model for developing community-driven, evidence-informed and community-based wellness strategies in First Nations communities.

About First Nations community engagement leads to the development of evidence and community-informed wellness strategies
Study Psilocybin
20.Dec.2022

Investigating the potential of psychedelics for mental health

CAMH scientist Dr. Ishrat Husain discusses groundbreaking work recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine

About Investigating the potential of psychedelics for mental health
MACH aerial rendering

Request for Proposal issued for 1D Secure Care and Recovery

On December 16, 2022 Infrastructure Ontario (IO) issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) to PCL Construction for their team to design, build, and finance the Secure Care and Recovery building as part of our 1D Redevelopment project.

About Request for Proposal issued for 1D Secure Care and Recovery
 CAMH redevelopment Phase 1D illustration

City of Toronto Signage Application: Research & Discovery Centre

We’re now entering the fourth and final phase of our historic redevelopment, which includes constructing the Research & Discovery Centre. This building will be a state-of-the-art facility to house all of our groundbreaking research activities.

About City of Toronto Signage Application: Research & Discovery Centre
Yo-Yo Ma joins Jeremy Dutcher and the TSO for the launch of The Art of Healing at CAMH.

The Art of Healing: CAMH and TSO Partner to Launch Program for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Patients

Yo-Yo Ma joins Jeremy Dutcher to celebrate partnership in Toronto

About The Art of Healing: CAMH and TSO Partner to Launch Program for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Patients
A doctor holds their hand over a patient's while explaining a situation.

Psychiatrists on losing patients to suicide

On International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day, CAMH research reveals how psychiatrists can be deeply impacted when patients die by suicide

About Psychiatrists on losing patients to suicide
Digital Health Week 2022 - graphic including examples of CAMH apps

CAMH embraces the future of digital health

A Digital Health Week guide to several CAMH mental health and addiction apps

About CAMH embraces the future of digital health
CAMH logo

Media Advisory - CAMH experts available to discuss future of digital care including apps for Digital Health Week

AMH clinicians and researchers are available to speak with journalists about how digital innovation is impacting mental health care at CAMH and throughout Canada, including the emergence of mental health apps. Contact media@camh.ca to request an interview.

About Media Advisory - CAMH experts available to discuss future of digital care including apps for Digital Health Week
Dr. Jim Kennedy and Dr. Gwyneth Zai in laboratory

CAMH’s Tanenbaum Centre Celebrates Ten Years of Leading the Way on Gene-Guided Treatments

Established in 2012, the Tanenbaum Centre for Pharmacogenetics has become an international leader in gene-guided treatment for mental illness.

About CAMH’s Tanenbaum Centre Celebrates Ten Years of Leading the Way on Gene-Guided Treatments
Tomatoes in garden

Forensic gardening program flourishes over the summer

In April, as the flowers and trees were beginning to bloom, an important collaboration with partners like Gifts of Light (GOL) and Root In Nature was also blossoming in the Forensic Program across multiple units.

About Forensic gardening program flourishes over the summer