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GoL volunteer Lesley Soldat gives one client a hand massage and manicure as part of the self-care event.

This here’s a jam for all the fellas

Men’s self-care event promotes mental and physical health for DTC, AMS clients

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Back for an encore: an actor with memory loss comes to CAMH

“I said to my wife I simply can’t memorize it. It’s impossible and I’m terrified. It was a form of a panic attack.

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A black dog lying down with it's tongue out, with a light purple cloth tied around it's neck.

A Ruff Day at Work

Toni and Gina have been visiting CAMH’s inpatient Unit 3-1 every Sunday as part of CAMH Volunteer Services’ Pet Therapy Program.

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Jessica Rogers speaks during groundbreaking of Phase 1C of CAMH's Queen Street Site Redevelopment Project

Jessica's story

Former client Jessica Rogers speaks at the official groundbreaking for the next major phase of CAMH's Queen Street site redevelopment.

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A diverse group of teens taking a smiling selfie.

International Youth Day, and its Intersection with Mental Health

Getting youth involved in the conversation about mental health helps to ensure that care will get better and the stigma reduced.

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Man singing and woman reading from a book at Smile Serenades

Smile Serenades

Once a week, patients and staff join together to sing, dance and experience the restorative sounds of the “Serenaders.”

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Understanding nicotine dependence using brain imaging

Using imaging techniques such as Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) we can improve our knowledge on the role of dopamine in nicotine dependence.

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Invictus Games: Resiliency in Action

The word Invictus means “unconquered”, and it represents the mantra that the service members and veterans who competed against one another uphold.

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