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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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Media Advisory – CAMH experts available for interviews on mental health and recovery post-COVID

Experts are available to speak about impacts of the pandemic on mental health and substance use, and how to cope after lockdown.

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New WHO study links moderate alcohol use with higher cancer risk

One in four new breast cancers and one in five colon cancers in Canada attributed to alcohol

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New study supports medical safety of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)

Research may help to address prejudice and discrimination associated with well-established mental health treatment

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CAMH releases updated national clinical guidelines for treatment of opioid use disorder

Harmonization of guidelines across Canada will improve consistency and quality of care amid worsening opioid epidemic

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CAMH Reconciliation Working Group Awarded Leading Practice

The CAMH Reconciliation Working Group is a direct response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. They tackle anti-Indigenous racism and its effects on staff members, patients and families.

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CAMH becoming a global leader in brain injury research

Visualizing sport-related head trauma with the Concussion Legacy Foundation Canada

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New tools to help older adults recover their mental health and wellbeing

Multilingual resources raise awareness of mental health, addictions and where to find help for older adults in diverse communities

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A fresh start at life

LOFT Community Services and CAMH offer a new community reintegration location for people facing homelessness

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Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics to hold virtual open house on Monday, June 21

CAMH Centre of Innovation celebrates two years of transforming mental health

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