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Shelley’s seeing the light with rTMS therapy

Shelley Hofer says the treatment she’s received for depression at CAMH has saved her life.

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CAMH Library

Behavioural health research for World Theatre Day

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A picture frame with Princess Diana signing the guest book at the Addiction Research Foundation in 1998

Remembering the day our patients met a Princess – and champion

As CAMH prepares to celebrate people who’ve made a difference for mental health, we remember a special visit by Princess Diana over 25 years ago.

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CAMH Library

Canadian Research for International Women’s Day 2017

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5 colourful figures with the phrase "Canada's Best Diversity Employers 2016"

CAMH named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for 2017

For the seventh year in a row, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has been named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers.

About CAMH named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for 2017
The Echo Team sitting around a large round table.

Project Echo reaches out to Ontario's Aboriginal Communities

Project ECHO, the internationally-acclaimed model for mental health care that came to CAMH a year ago is now in several aboriginal communities.

About Project Echo reaches out to Ontario's Aboriginal Communities
Dr Paul Kurdyak

New study shows poorer health care for Ontarians living with serious mental illness and diabetes

CAMH and ICES have highlighted the urgent need for individuals with severe mental illness to receive better, integrated health care for their co-existing diabetes condition.

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Becoming tobacco-free is feasible, boosts safety in a mental health hospital, CAMH study finds

A new study by CAMH showed positive changes in attitudes and a reduction in patient agitation after implementing a fully tobacco-free environment.

About Becoming tobacco-free is feasible, boosts safety in a mental health hospital, CAMH study finds
Various red, white, black, yellow, black, and green fabric prints with the name "Black History Month" in white, all capitals font on the image.

Celebrating Black History

Black Canadians have made important contributions to Canadian culture.

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You can give light to a patient living with mental illness.