From assessment to brief interventions, inpatient programs, day hospital services, continuing care, outpatient services and family support, CAMH provides a wide range of clinical care services.
This program offers clinical care to youth, 14 to 18 years old, who require voluntary or involuntary inpatient treatment for a moderate to severe addiction to substances with an accompanying mental health challenge.About Concurrent Youth Unit
Hosted by the Youth Addiction and Concurrent Disorders Services. This event covers topics regarding mental health, addictions, harm reduction, self-care and setting limits and gaming/internet use.About Youth Concurrent Education Night for Families and Friends
Transitional Age Youth (TAY is dedicated to the care, treatment, and support of individuals between 18 -29 with severe mental illness, including substance use disorders.About Crisis and Critical Care Unit 6 Transition Age Youth (TAY - CCC6)
This unit provides interim assessment, treatment and stabilization of male patients with major mental illnesses that represent a safety risk.About Structured Observation and Treatment Unit
This is a new full-spectrum forensic psychiatry third-party referral clinic offered at CAMH within the Work Stress and Health program.About Forensic Psycholegal Clinic
This service assists patients who are experiencing an established chronic pain condition along with an aberrant use or dependence on substances.About Interprofessional Pain and Addiction Recovery Clinic (IPARC)
This service provides coordinated and comprehensive treatment for people who have chronic schizophrenia or related disorders and live in the community.About Downtown Clinics