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Proposed CAMH Research Building

CAMH announces the Temerty Discovery Centre

When complete, new facility will accelerate groundbreaking mental health research and serve as a beacon of hope

About CAMH announces the Temerty Discovery Centre
Pregnant woman in a doctor's office

1 in 8 pregnant people have a disability, but significant gaps exist in the provision of accessible care

Landmark report provides recommendations to improve care for thousands of Ontario women

About 1 in 8 pregnant people have a disability, but significant gaps exist in the provision of accessible care
Person inspecting cannabis leaf

New evidence suggests stronger link between teen cannabis use and psychotic disorders

Study first to show age-dependent link between self-reported cannabis use and subsequent psychotic disorder diagnosis

About New evidence suggests stronger link between teen cannabis use and psychotic disorders
Dr. Jeff Meyer holding up his nutraceutical product

CAMH develops first ever clinically validated natural supplement to prevent postpartum blues

Product now available in the U.S. with global distribution planned

About CAMH develops first ever clinically validated natural supplement to prevent postpartum blues
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18.Mar.2024

CAMH forms strategic partnership to advance women's health

Supported by Manulife, a new alliance between womenmind™ and the Women’s Health Research Cluster helps advance gender parity in research

About CAMH forms strategic partnership to advance women's health
Architectural rendering of the Secure Care and Recovery Building

Breaking ground on a brighter future for mental health

New buildings will inspire hope and transform mental health care and research

About Breaking ground on a brighter future for mental health
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CAMH’s STOP Program receives $850,000 from Ontario Ministry of Health

Funding will support new smoking and vaping cessation initiatives

About CAMH’s STOP Program receives $850,000 from Ontario Ministry of Health
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CAMH and YouTube Health Partner to Promote Mental Health Literacy in Canada

In an effort to provide accessible, accurate, and high-quality health information to Canadians, YouTube and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) are partnering as part of the global YouTube Health initiative.

About CAMH and YouTube Health Partner to Promote Mental Health Literacy in Canada
Proposed CAMH Research Building

Our final phase of redevelopment: Discovery and Recovery

2024 kicks off the fourth and final stage of our historic redevelopment.

About Our final phase of redevelopment: Discovery and Recovery