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CAMH Redevelopment Update: Preserving CAMH’s historic boundary wall

Previously approved preservation work on the north east section of our historic boundary wall has begun.

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Let's Lead team

LETsLEAD is a step in the right direction

The first eight Canadian fellows have graduated from the Lived Experience Transformational Leadership Academy (LETsLEAD).

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Statement on Mental Health and Addictions Centre of Excellence

For over a decade, CAMH and other mental health partners have been advocating for provincial oversight and accountability for the mental health system.

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Gifts of Light volunteers

Gifts of Light volunteers aim to brighten patients’ day

Each week, a group of women with a shared empathy for those struggling with mental illness come together to bring light to CAMH patients.

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Aba Newton

Newcomer pays it forward

Aba Newton started volunteering at CAMH shortly after arriving in Canada and persevered to become a successful entrepreneur.

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15.May.2019 Dr. Yona Lunsky ​

Developmental Disabilities Health Matters

Our most recent ICES report focuses on five areas of concern.

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Mental Health Partners CEOs

New Provincial Psychotherapy Program Helping Ontarians Access Care

Mental Health Partners celebrate positive impact of the new provincial structured psychotherapy program.

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Mental Health At The Centre

A CAMH commentary by Catherine Zahn published in the Longwoods journal.

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Nurses around computer

CAMH nurse researchers hope to make positive changes

Many nurses return to school to deepen their knowledge about specific populations to find a solution to a problem they’ve encountered working in direct care.

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