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Garron Family Building Variance

CAMH is proposing to add hospital signage to one of our existing buildings on our Queen Street site as part of our most recent phase of redevelopment.

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COVID-19 Updates

What CAMH is doing to keep staff, patients and the community safe while we maintain critical mental health care

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Mobile Music Program making the most of virtual programming

Since 2018 John Baker and Wes Grove, the co-founders of Mobile Arts Programming (MAP), have brought the magic of music production to patients at CAMH.

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Innovative podcast program at CAMH is helping patients talk about mental health

One innovative program at CAMH is helping patients improve their communication skills by using podcasts to facilitate discussion.

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Anxiety, feelings of depression and loneliness among Canadians spikes to highest levels since spring 2020

Women and workers with jobs that expose them to risk of COVID-19 most impacted

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CAMH-led team of Toronto scientists receive new funding to help treat depression

Grant through Bell Let’s Talk and Brain Canada announced in advance of Bell Let’s Talk Day

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Vaccine confidence low among 2SLGBTQ+ youth experiencing homelessness

CAMH study one of the first to explore vaccine attitudes and uptake among this demographic

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CAMH ranked Canada’s top mental health research hospital with record research funding in 2021

New record high of $79.7 million in research spending reflects continued importance of mental health and addictions research to CAMH’s overall mandate.

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CAMH expands virtual smoking cessation services in response to ongoing pressure on the health care system

Online program recently expanded its offering to 8 weeks of free smoking cessation treatment for Ontario adults over 18 years of age.

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Queen Street Construction Update

As part of the final stage of the Phase 1C Redevelopment Project, construction and road work is starting at our Queen Street site to develop our infrastructure.

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