The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is conducting repairs to the streetcar tracks, streetcar platforms and bike lanes along College Street. The repairs are expected to start on September 5, 2022 and end in December 2022.
More and more, people are turning to online tools to help them cope with their mental health and substance use. CAMH is responding with the following online tools:
Students can use the app to search, share and review various services around the Greater Toronto Area, based on six major categories: Legal and Financial, Health and Social Services, Recreation and Culture, Family and Friends, Spirituality and Wellbeing, Work and School, and Sex and Relationships.
If you want to take charge of how much you drink, or when you drink, Saying When is a successful program that provides step-by-step directions that can help. You could be interested in quitting drinking or just cutting down and the simple action of tracking your drinking and your urges to drink can help you get it under control.
Are you a primary care provider, medical student, or part of a family health team? Are you looking to improve your access to mental health assessment tools, provide customized patient care, have a powerful teaching and simulation tool on-hand, and save time during your screening and interviewing process? This intuitive and simple-to-use app is for you!