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Inspiring vaccine confidence in Indigenous communities

Shkaabe Makwa partnered with the Honourable Sol Mamakwa to increase awareness about vaccine confidence in Indigenous communities.

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CAMH investigating potential link between COVID-19 and brain inflammation, which may lead to depression

Research builds on a recent study showing that one in three people with COVID were later diagnosed with a psychiatric or neurological condition

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Youth psychosis personalized care program expands

Clinical training for NAVIGATE will now include bipolar e-learning modules

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New online program helps smokers quit from the comfort and safety of their home

Smokers looking to quit can now do so from the comfort and safety of their home with CAMH’s STOP on the Net

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CAMH launches Truth and Reconciliation Action Plan

Action Plan lays out a three-year plan toward stronger relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people at CAMH

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CAMH’s Sunrise Challenge™ invites Canadians to rise with the sun and fundraise for groundbreaking mental health research and suicide prevention initiatives

Canadians can support mental health by waking up with the sun for one week, from May 31 to June 6, 2021

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Update on Phase 1C hospital signage

CAMH is proposing to add hospital signage to one of our buildings on Queen Street as part of the completion of our most recent phase of redevelopment.

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The CAMH Centre for Complex Interventions

CAMH is pleased to introduce the CAMH Centre for Complex Interventions and its Inaugural Director Dr. David Castle.

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Faces of Philanthropy: CAMH’s new model of youth psychosis care gets support from the Toor Family Foundation

For the past four years, CAMH has led a collaboration to provide a new model of care and treatment for young people experiencing psychosis and bipolar disorder.

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CAMH hosts vaccine clinic for adults with developmental disabilities

Clinic enabled CAMH outpatients and their caregivers to get their first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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