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Forensic Secure Unit A (3-2) and B (3-3)

CAMH ‘s two Medium Secure Forensic Units provide treatment, care and rehabilitation for patients under the Ontario Review Board (ORB).

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Emergency Department

CAMH’s 24/7 Psychiatric Emergency Department provides 24 hours/7 days per week emergency service for adults with mental health and substance issues .

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Therapeutic Brain Intervention Service

The Temerty Centre for Therapeutic Brain Intervention offers consultation on clients with refractory and difficult-to-treat psychiatric disorders.

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General Rehabilitation Unit LGUC

The Forensic General Rehabilitation Unit (C) provides rehabilitation and risk management to 22 male patients on an inpatient basis.

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Family Psychoeducation Series

Family and friends information group that discuss topics like navigating the health care system, communication strategies, and problem and crisis management. 

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LEARN

LEARN offers a range of social, educational and recreation programming for young people experiencing early signs of psychosis.

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Psychosis Coordinated Care Service

This program is designed to offer a highly structured treatment program for patients experiencing acute psychotic and severe mental health issues.

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Downtown Clinics

This service provides coordinated and comprehensive treatment for people who have chronic schizophrenia or related disorders and live in the community.

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Focus on Youth Psychosis Prevention (FYPP) Clinic

The FYPP Clinic is dedicated to the early identification and treatment of people aged 16 to 35 who are at risk of developing psychosis.

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Schizophrenia Services

These inpatient and outpatient services offer treatment to people experiencing acute phase schizophrenia or a related disorder or people who need help managing their illness.

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