CAMH is in the midst of a bold redevelopment project to transform our historic 27-acre site on Queen Street West into the mental health facility of the future—a facility that will modernize and unite patient care, research, education, health promotion and prevention activities and integrate with the surrounding community. This journey began as a vision soon after CAMH was formed in 1998.
We are now in the third phase (Phase 1C) of the redevelopment. This phase includes the construction of two new buildings—the McCain Complex Care and Recovery Building and the Crisis and Critical Care Building —that will feature 235 beds, a 24/7 Emergency Department, a 300-seat auditorium and a unique "therapeutic neighbourhood" for patients. Construction is expected to be complete by 2020.
From the beginning of the redevelopment project, our neighbours have been actively involved, providing us with feedback and insight that we gathered through eight community consultations, regular meetings with residents of 100 Lower Ossington Avenue, frequent community walks and our regular and ongoing involvement with the West Queen West BIA.
If you have ideas or feedback about the Queen Street Redevelopment Project, please send them to email@example.com.