The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has announced the opening of the Gerald Sheff and Shanitha Kachan Emergency Department at their College Street location. It is an upgrade from the previous crowded and outdated emergency department, at the same location.
On Wednesday February 19, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) held a Cafe Scientifique at the Gladstone Hotel called “Rewiring the Brain: New Possibilities for Mental Health?”
The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) is establishing a special task force before the new year to keep Somali students at school.
Of the 61 years of her life, Linda Chamberlain has spent nearly a third of them homeless, hungry and harassed. Some days, she said, she wouldn’t even feel the hunger she was so numb. “My day consisted of walking all over the place, trying to find something to eat, a place to go to the […]
Every day, as Linda Chamberlain walks through the halls of the soon to be demolished Queen St. CAMH building, she sees a part of herself in the patients she works with. That’s because Chamberlain, now a peer support worker, was a CAMH (Center of Addiction & Mental Health) patient for over 30 years. And she […]
Every day, as Linda Chamberlain walks through the halls of Toronto’s soon-to-be demolished Centre for Addiction and Mental Health on Queen Street West, she sees a part of herself in the patients she works with.