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Improving Access to Structured Psychotherapy (IASP) Initiative

The IASP initiative enables quick access to Structured Psychotherapy services for clients with mild to moderate signs of depression and anxiety.

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WSIB: Mental Health Program

The WSIB: Mental Healt Program is a non-OHIP funded specialty clinic that provides service to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB).

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Borderline Personality Disorder Clinic

CAMH's Borderline Personality Disorder Clinic offers group treatment in dialectical behaviour treatment to help people with BPD.

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Medical Withdrawal Unit

Medication-assisted withdrawal management for people with a history of complicated withdrawal.

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Clinical Laboratory and Diagnostic Services

The Clinical Laboratory and Diagnostic Services Department provides relevant, accurate and timely information that contributes to the wellness of the community

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Nicotine Dependence Clinic

The Nicotine Dependence Clinic offers several specialized outpatient treatments for anyone who wants to quit or reduce their tobacco use.

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Drug Treatment Court Services

An intervention model combining drug addiction treatment with supervision of a “problem-solving” court, as an alternative to incarceration for individuals facing charges from non-violent criminal activities related to substance abuse.

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Addictions Assessment Service

This service discusses the patient's history, strengths and perceived needs, suggesting available services that may be appropriate for each case.

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Geriatric Inpatient Services

Acute stabilization of symptoms and active treatment utilizing interprofessional approaches that integrate mental health and addictions with geriatric perspectives.

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Better Behaviours Service

The Better Behaviours Service (BBS) offers assessment and treatment for young people six to 18 years old (and their parents/caregivers) who are demonstrating disruptive behaviour. Children and young people seen in the service are demonstrating oppositional, non-compliant, aggressive, impulsive and/or dysregulated behaviour.

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