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New anthology celebrates Indigenous voices, experiences and wisdom

An anthology of poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction written by fifteen First Nations and Métis staff at CAMH.

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Dr. Juveria Zaheer

Suicide rate for people with schizophrenia spectrum disorders over 20 times higher than the general population

Study identifies key risk factors

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Despite less anxiety and worry about COVID-19, Canadians report sustained rates of loneliness and depression

Results from national survey series by CAMH and Delvinia offer insight into changing nature of Canadians’ mental health and substance use during the pandemic

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Pandemic impacting the mental health of young people in Ontario

A CAMH survey conducted after the COVID-19 pandemic began has found that young people perceive their mental health to have deteriorated.

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Women, parents and younger adults more likely to feel anxious and depressed during COVID-19

New national survey series by CAMH and Delvinia tracks pandemic mental health and substance use

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CAMH among hospitals benefiting from The Frontline Fund

CAMH Foundation is among the organizations benefiting from The Frontline Fund, which represents Canadian hospital foundations dealing with COVID-19 across the country.

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Statement from Dr. Catherine Zahn

With deep sadness, CAMH confirms the death of a patient with COVID-19. We offer our sincere condolences to the family. A tightly-knit community, CAMH shares in their loss.

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CAMH COVID-19 Statement - April 5, 2020

These are extraordinary times and CAMH is committed to transparency and communication with the community that we serve.

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Dr. Paul Kurdyak

Physician psychotherapy unavailable to ninety-seven percent of people with urgent mental health needs in Ontario

CMAJ Open study urges wider access to publicly-funded therapy

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