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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.
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).
The Way You Walked In: A student placement experience at CAMH
The new CAMH Student Centre held its first event on Wednesday October 8th, welcoming students/residents from all disciplines across CAMH.
Lilian Riad-Allen, Project Manager of CAMH’s Tobacco Free Initiative speaks to a client who applauds the move.
Toronto's Centre for Addiction and Mental Health creates a space specifically geared to people seeking mental health care
CAMH by the numbers in 2013-2014
CAMH's global impact in mental health.
CAMH Problem Gambling Institute of Ontario's 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
CAMH National Youth Advisory Council launched a powerful new campaign called #Selfree
Dr. Sandy Simpson, CAMH Chief of Forensic Psychiatry Patients at CAMH talks about reintegration to the community for those found "Not Criminally Responsible"
“Teaching is "Conducting Learning!" #EAD2014 @CAMHnews striving to be a true learning organization @camhEdu”
After enduring child abuse and overcoming a heroin addiction, she assisted other mental health patients in turning their lives around