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Resources to support youth and parents during COVID-19

Created for youth, by youth in collaboration with clinical experts to support mental health

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Mental Health Partners Announcement

We are pleased to share that the partnership has now expanded to include all specialized psychiatric hospital providers across Ontario.

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Minor Variances for CAMH Research Centre

CAMH is proposing the construction of a new research centre as part of the completion of our most recent phase of redevelopment.

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Universal Masking Requirements and Exemption Process

CAMH requires that everyone wear a CAMH issued procedure mask while on hospital property.

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A Message from Medhat Mahdy, Chair, CAMH Board of Trustees

An announcement from CAMH's Board of Trustees chair, Medhat Mahdy.

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Media Advisory – CAMH experts available for interviews on mental health and recovery post-COVID

Experts are available to speak about impacts of the pandemic on mental health and substance use, and how to cope after lockdown.

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New WHO study links moderate alcohol use with higher cancer risk

One in four new breast cancers and one in five colon cancers in Canada attributed to alcohol

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New study supports medical safety of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)

Research may help to address prejudice and discrimination associated with well-established mental health treatment

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CAMH releases updated national clinical guidelines for treatment of opioid use disorder

Harmonization of guidelines across Canada will improve consistency and quality of care amid worsening opioid epidemic

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CAMH Reconciliation Working Group Awarded Leading Practice

The CAMH Reconciliation Working Group is a direct response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. They tackle anti-Indigenous racism and its effects on staff members, patients and families.

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