Our initiatives collect and mobilize knowledge on a specific topic in mental health and addictions. Learn about efforts to improve the mental health and addictions system in each initiative and find related resources and events.
Sharing TogetherRead MoreSharing Together is an initiative that identifies knowledge sharing gaps and strategic priorities, led by the Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) portfolio, in partnership with the Equity & Engagement team at CAMH’s Provincial System Support Program (PSSP).
Understanding mental health and well-being in later lifeRead MoreFor many older adults the COVID-19 pandemic has made several common mental health concerns, such as grief and social isolation, more difficult to navigate.
Webinar series: Psychedelic-assisted therapies and medicineRead MoreFrom Research to Reality: Global Summit on Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies and Medicine will bring policymakers, researchers, and clinicians together, in the interest of moving psychedelics research forward into both policy and practice.
Virtual mental health access for refugeesRead MoreThis mixed method study will collect evidence on refugee client needs for virtual mental health services, their ability to use these services, and the accessibility of available services.
Digital health solutions to support women with addiction during COVID-19: Applying a gender- and trauma-informed lensRead MoreThis project synthesized current knowledge about digital health resources for addressing substance use concerns to support women with addiction during COVID-19.
Virtual mental health care in OntarioRead MoreThis collaborative works to identify practical solutions and the best evidence to guide virtual care across the province.
Northern Ontario mental health and addiction COVID-19 innovationsRead MoreThis initiative provides information and resources by service providers in the North Region of Ontario.
COVID-19 community service provider resourcesRead MoreGuidance documents and tools with a focus on prevention, risk exposure, isolation and recovery.
COVID-19 mental health resourcesRead MoreThis webpage provides mental health resources that may be useful to you during this challenging time
Understanding mental health and well-being in later life: Service providersRead MoreOlder adults can learn how to improve their mental health, identify different mental illnesses and addictions and get help.
Community Treatment Orders (CTO): A course for CTO Coordinators, Physicians and others involved in CTOsRead MoreThis new free online course will increase knowledge and awareness of CTOs for CTO coordinators, physicians and others involved in CTOs in Ontario.
An introduction to human traffickingRead MoreThis online course will help service providers recognize and respond to the needs of human trafficking survivors.
Early Psychosis Intervention Ontario Network (EPION)Read MoreEPION represents early psychosis intervention (EPI) programs who share a collective interest in quality services for youth and their families, this existing collaborative is called the Early Psychosis Intervention Ontario Network or EPION.