The transformation of CAMH’s historic 27-acre Queen Street West site began in 2002 with the launch of the CAMH Master Plan, which outlined a bold vision. It challenged us to develop new approaches to treatment, research and education and integrate them with innovative new building designs that connected with the surrounding community to promote recovery and shift societal attitudes towards mental health.
To guide us through this transformation process, CAMH has created, implemented, evaluated and revised a number of foundational documents and reports that provide us with a blueprint as well as important check points to help drive us towards our goal.
CAMH Asylum Wall Phase 1C: Heritage Conservation Report (December 2017)
This report provides an update on the plans to converse and repair CAMH’s heritage resources at 1001 Queen Street West. DOWNLOAD
Master Vision (2008)
This document is the synthesis of CAMH’s philosophy for its model of care, workplace strategy, community engagement, research and knowledge exchange, operational efficiency and post occupancy evaluation. DOWNLOAD
Fine Tuned Master Plan Executive Summary (2007)
This document outlines the recommendation and approval process to advance redevelopment timelines and the plans to increase construction and operational efficiency. DOWNLOAD
Guidelines for the Development of Non-CAMH Lands (2007)
This document outlines the guidelines that CAMH applies to the development of non-CAMH land use including residential, community and retail space. DOWNLOAD
Non-CAMH Land Use Planning Guidelines - Summary of Consultations (2006)
This document outlines the consultation process that led to the creation and approval of the Guidelines for the Development of Non-CAMH Lands (2007). DOWNLOAD
Board of Trustees Report (2003)
This report summarizes the feedback received through consultation and proposes a set of development principles passed by the Board of Trustees on October 9, 2003. DOWNLOAD
Master Plan Executive Summary (2002)
This document provides an overall concept for the Queen Street Redevelopment Project, including project vision, development blocks, street layouts, pedestrian paths, open spaces and construction phases. DOWNLOAD
Last Giving Tuesday, we raised $100,000 to fund life-saving research at CAMH. Today, we’re aiming twice as high. Donate on or before Tuesday, November 30 to help us beat our goal and drive more progress in mental health.