Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
CAMH provides a wide range of clinical care services for patients of all ages and families, with Access CAMH as your centralized point of contact.
Many people don't see mental illness in the same way, or even the same category, as other diseases medical science is working hard to find cures for. But Mental Health is Health. And with every new discovery, CAMH moves closer to treatments that will change the course of mental health forever.
Toll-free: 1 800 463-2338
Canada Suicide Prevention Service (CSC)
Call 1.833.456.4566 24/7/365
Crisis Services Canada (CSC) is a national network of existing distress, crisis and suicide prevention line services. We are committed to supporting any person living in Canada who is affected by suicide, in the most caring and least intrusive manner possible.
If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, the Canada Suicide Prevention Service is available 24/7 for voice and 4pm to 12am ET for text.
The COVID-19 pandemic will put many healthcare workers around the world in an unprecedented situation. How can healthcare workers cope during this time? Here are a few suggestions.
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ECHO Coping with COVID for Healthcare Providers
A joint project between CAMH and University of Toronto.
ECHO Coping with COVID is designed for Healthcare Providers and Health Professions Students responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants are invited to join ECHO sessions virtually through multi-point videoconference technology to share and learn about ways to build resilience and overall wellness through didactic lectures and case-based discussions.
When: Weekly on Friday Afternoons, 2:00 - 3:00 PM EST
Click here to register.
Nurses Health Program
The Nurses’ Health Program was developed by CNO, the Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA), Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) and Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario (WeRPN). This voluntary bilingual program encourages nurses to seek treatment for substance use and/or mental health disorders that could affect their ability to practice nursing safely.
At the Nurses' Health Program, we believe that with the right support nurses can return to safe nursing practice, which benefits both the nurse and the public.