In order to ensure the ongoing safety of our patients and staff, please note that CAMH is maintaining the requirement for universal masking of staff, patients, visitors/essential care partners, contractors/vendors at CAMH. A hospital-approved mask will be required to enter into our buildings and in all common areas. Further, current screening stations and protocols are also being maintained and there will be no change in the requirement for anyone with COVID-19 symptoms or exposure risks to not enter the hospital.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Contact Phone Number:
416 535-8501 ext. 37702
More Contact Details:
Please leave a message for inquiries made over the summer. These inquiries will be addressed at the beginning of September.
Types of Treatment and Services Offered
High school courses offered through TDSB
This Section 23 Toronto District School Board (TDSB) academic day school program offers clients under 21 the opportunity to earn high school credits. The program offers continuous intake throughout the school year. Clients must be under the care of a psychiatrist and preferably receiving case management services to ensure success in the classroom. Both CAMH clients and clients in treatment with community agencies can apply to this program. Clients must be able to tolerate the classroom environment.
The program is geared specifically to the needs of individuals with mental health challenges. A wide range of subjects taught by two TDSB teachers may include English, literacy, math, science, visual art, drama, phys-ed and learning strategies. This classroom of the Toronto District Secondary School (TDSS) operates from September to June, 4.5 days per week, and follows the TDSB calendar. The expectation is for a client to complete 3 credits per semester.
For more information about TDSS RISE program, please click this link: