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Aboriginal Service

The Aboriginal Service provides outpatient groups and individual counselling to Aboriginal people experiencing substance use and other mental health challenges.

About Aboriginal Service

Problem Gambling and Technology Use Support Groups

Support groups for family members of individuals experiencing a gambling problem or excessive gaming and internet use.

About Problem Gambling and Technology Use Support Groups

Problem Gambling and Technology Use Treatment Services

This service offers support for people whose gambling or technology use is problematic, leading to difficulties in other parts of their lives.

About Problem Gambling and Technology Use Treatment Services

Women's Addiction & Concurrent Disorder Service

This service delivers group therapy to women experiencing concurrent addiction and mental illness concerns.

About Women's Addiction & Concurrent Disorder Service

Telemental Health

Telemental Health offers real-time client care via secure videoconferencing.

About Telemental Health

Family Psychoeducation Series

Family and friends information group that discuss topics like navigating the health care system, communication strategies, and problem and crisis management. 

About Family Psychoeducation Series

LEARN

LEARN offers a range of social, educational and recreation programming for young people experiencing early signs of psychosis.

About LEARN

Northern Psychiatric Outreach Program at CAMH (NPOP-C)

This program's mandate is to provide patients and families with direct psychiatric consultation and care in rural/remote communities in Northern Ontario.

About Northern Psychiatric Outreach Program at CAMH (NPOP-C)

Integrated Care Pathway for Dementia, Agitation and Aggression

This pathway provides treatment for older adults with dementia who are experiencing agitation and aggression.

About Integrated Care Pathway for Dementia, Agitation and Aggression

Late-Life Mood Disorder Clinic

This clinic provides psychiatric consultation for patients over the age of 60 with long-standing or recently emergent mood disorders.

About Late-Life Mood Disorder Clinic
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