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Mood & Anxiety Service for Children & Youth

The Mood and Anxiety Service offers assessment and treatment for children and youth aged 6–18 years old (and their parents/caregivers) who are experiencing mood and/or anxiety difficulties. Children and young people seen in the service are typically experiencing problems related to worry, phobias, emotions, sadness and/or hopelessness.

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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.

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Problem Gambling and Technology Use Support Groups

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

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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.

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Women's Addiction & Concurrent Disorder Service

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

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COMPASS

Concurrent Outpatient Medical & Psychosocial Addiction Support Services (COMPASS) is an outpatient service specializing in evidence–based, medical and psychosocial interventions for clients with addiction/concurrent disorder concerns.

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Family Psychoeducation Series

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

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LEARN

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

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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.

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