We remember Diana Capponi - a wonderful person who helped change the lives of hundreds through the Employment Works initiative at CAMH. She will be greatly missed.

After overcoming heroin addiction, Diana Capponi helped hundreds of mental health patients

We remember Diana Capponi - a wonderful person who helped change the lives of hundreds through the Employment Works initiative at CAMH. She will be greatly missed.

Recently our CAMH internal site, INSITE, featured a story about this year’s Arnold Morrissey award winner, Melinda Wade. She has just completed her placement at CAMH. We asked her if she would share her a bit about her experience here.

The Way You Walked In: A student placement experience at CAMH

The Way You Walked In: A student placement experience at CAMH

Recently our CAMH internal site, INSITE, featured a story about this year’s Arnold Morrissey award winner, Melinda Wade. She has just completed her placement at CAMH. We asked her if she would share her a bit about her experience here.

CAMH's Problem Gambling Institute of Ontario recently released Soul Crush Story - a parody video game and tool used to teach youth about the dangers of unhealthy gaming

CAMH's Problem Gambling Institute of Ontario recently released Soul Crush Story - a parody video game and tool used to teach youth about the dangers of unhealthy gaming.

Thanks to Gifts of Light's Client Comfort Fund program, CAMH patients were able to take to the outdoors!

Thanks to a new initiative by the CAMH Foundation's Gifts of Light program, Recreation Therapists took patients out for a spin around the city.

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Lilian Riad-Allen 600x400

in November CAMH was host to a group of 30 grade 9 students as part of the national Take Our Kids to Work Day program

in November CAMH was host to a group of 30 grade 9 students as part of the national Take Our Kids to Work Day program

OTs at CAMH help people to recover and stay well by supporting them while they engage in meaningful occupations in life (Self-care, Leisure, and Productivity).

OTs at CAMH help people to recover and stay well by supporting them while they engage in meaningful occupations in life (Self-care, Leisure, and Productivity).

The new CAMH Student Centre held its first event on Wednesday October 8th, welcoming students/residents from all disciplines across CAMH.

The new CAMH Student Centre held its first event on Wednesday October welcoming students/residents from all disciplines across CAMH.


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