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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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CAMH Daily Update: November 27, 2020

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

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Largest redevelopment phase in CAMH history now complete

Two new buildings for patient care now open

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Suicidal ideation at record levels among Ontario students

CAMH population survey reveals pre-pandemic picture of youth mental health

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Green on Queen

How does CAMH balance increasing its physical footprint with environmental stewardship?

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Ready for Change: Emergency Department

CAMH’s Emergency Department is getting ready to move as part of CAMH’s Phase 1C redevelopment project.

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CAMH Launches Shkaabe Makwa – Centre for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Wellness

Shkaabe Makwa will be the first hospital-based Centre in Canada designed to drive culturally relevant system initiatives to achieve health equity and community wellness.

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Ready for Change: Workman Arts

After more than a decade working offsite in an old Dufferin Street church, Workman Arts is moving back to CAMH’s Queen Street site.

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All My Relations

Born to a white mother and an Indigenous father, senior Cree artist Rebecca Baird has spent her life learning from both cultural worlds.

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The Garron Family Expands Their Remarkable History of Generosity with a $15 Million Gift to CAMH

CAMH is pleased to announce $15 million gift from the Garron family that will help revolutionize mental health research through brain imaging.

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