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CAMH and community leaders break ground on the McCain Complex Care and Recovery Centre and the Crisis and Critical Care Building

Marking Milestones

CAMH and CAMH Foundation | Annual Report | 2017–2018

About Marking Milestones
CAMH Leadership; Tom Milroy, Dr. Catherine Zahn, Deborah Gillis, David Wilson

CAMH Continues to Build Momentum for Mental Health

We’re in a once-in-a-lifetime position to build on the momentum we’ve created. It’s time to show—more than ever before—that mental health matters to all Canadians.

About CAMH Continues to Build Momentum for Mental Health
Difference Makers Gala

Phenomenal Philanthropy

CAMH and CAMH Foundation | Annual Report | 2017–2018

About Phenomenal Philanthropy
A reminder sign in a patient's home

A Modified Approach Leads to Better Results

A shorter, more sustainable version of an effective treatment for people with schizophrenia could make the treatment available to more people.

About A Modified Approach Leads to Better Results
Men building the sweat lodge at Kettle & Stony Point Health Services

A Model for Indigenous Men's Mental Health: Action Toward Healing

A participatory action research project in Kettle & Stony Point First Nation is enhancing Indigenous men’s mental health and services in the community.

About A Model for Indigenous Men's Mental Health: Action Toward Healing
Feather held up against the sun

Exploring Strengths, Improving Care Tools

Indigenous communities and CAMH researchers are collaborating on projects that take a strengths-based approach to promote mental wellness among Indigenous peoples.

About Exploring Strengths, Improving Care Tools
Dr. Samantha Wells, Krystine Abel and Dr. Renee Linklater outside the nursing station in Sandy Lake First Nation

The Changing Landscape of Indigenous Research

CAMH researchers and Indigenous communities are building approaches that they hope will spread in conducting research to enhance mental wellness in Indigenous communities.

About The Changing Landscape of Indigenous Research
Dr. Marco Battaglia

Separation Anxiety Linked to Poorer Health

A CAMH study shows that children who experienced early, severe separation anxiety had worse physical and mental health in their early teen years.

About Separation Anxiety Linked to Poorer Health
Keri and another person at CAMH

Keri's Story

Keri is proud to tell the story of her 20s, complete with every gritty detail.

About Keri's Story
Tremco employees

Spotlight on Tremco Roofing Canada

Since their first golf tournament in support of CAMH in 1999, Tremco Roofing Canada has been an inspiration to corporations across Canada: a model of grassroots, employee-driven philanthropy.

About Spotlight on Tremco Roofing Canada
You can give light to a patient living with mental illness.