Virtual mental health care in Ontario

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The COVID-19 pandemic has created never-before-seen challenges for health care providers around the world. Here in Ontario, service providers in mental health and addictions have had to adapt to new and ever-changing circumstances to meet the needs of their clients. While working remotely, many have evolved innovative practices and processes to overcome technological barriers and get Ontarians the care they need.

We’re here to help you access these practices and processes and to help support you as you connect care to clients.

Below, you’ll find a growing list of resources: some created by partner organizations and some by CAMH’s Provincial System Support Program, where EENet is located. Check back here often or follow us at @EENet_News to access new resources. You can also subscribe to our biweekly newsletter.

Connect with us and get connected to the latest innovations in virtual care.

Keep reading to discover our new series of resources, Connecting Care to Clients: Innovations in Virtual Care, which summarizes virtual care innovations currently happening in Ontario.

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Michael Weyman
Knowledge Broker