As of August 5th, 2022, an outbreak has been declared in CAMH’s Emergency Department, located at 1051 Queen Street West due to staff positive COVID-19 cases. This declaration was made in conjunction with Toronto Public Health, CAMH’s Health, Safety and Wellness (HSW), and Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC). The Emergency Department remains open to new patients, but please be advised that wait times might be longer than usual given staffing issues. Thank you for your patience.
If you are in an emergency, in crisis or need someone to talk to, there is help.
At CAMH, it's our goal to provide hope and a path toward recovery from mental illness and substance use for anyone in need.
The first step toward recovery is a difficult one. We understand this better than anyone.
Through our patient-centred approach, we'll do everything we can to make sure the trust you place in us is never broken. And it starts from the beginning. Help finding the right approach for you, guidance navigating the system, and having the information you need to feel comfortable about your care—prior to and throughout treatment—is crucial.
Need help accessing CAMH services?
Call Access CAMH at 416-535-8501 for centralized intake, scheduling and info for most CAMH services. Need a referral form? Download now.
As an addict you are always experiencing psychological and emotional dissolution: coming apart at the seams. At CAMH I felt accepted and safe, I welcomed the structure and support which held me together.
Nick Carveth, former CAMH Youth Addictions Services patient
Planning Your Care
Have questions about what to expect from your treatment at CAMH? Find out what you need to know to plan your care.