Dr. Benedikt Fischer spoke to the The Toronto Star about the continued rise of the opioid epidemic in Canada, and how Canadian health organizations are trying to tackle the problem of prescription opioids.
Dr Benedikt Fischer spoke to the The Toronto Star about the continued

‘An epidemic within an epidemic’: Why opioid use in Canada keeps rising | Toronto Star

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Happy National Volunteer Week! Learn how volunteers are stepping up and lending their time to support our Office of Family Engagement:
Happy National Volunteer Week Learn how volunteers are stepping up and lending

Volunteers stepping up for patients’ families

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Ly from Vancouver, BC nominated a doctor providing mindfulness workshops to support youth #mentalhealth. Do you know someone making a difference in mental health? Start your CAMH Difference Maker nomination here:
Ly from Vancouver BC nominated a doctor providing mindfulness workshops to support

British Columbia, we are looking for 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health.

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Youth engagement in research at CAMH is shaping the development & delivery of mental health care, thanks to groups like NYAC - National Youth Advisory Committee. Learn more about the youth-led research initiatives at CAMH:
Youth engagement in research at CAMH is shaping the development delivery of

Youth Engagement in Research

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Here's what a balanced approach to Cannabis legalization might look like, according to CAMH experts:
Heres what a balanced approach to Cannabis legalization might look like according

Fischer and Crépault: Legalize cannabis, but don't advertise it

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Dexter Nyuurnibe, mental health advocate and #BellLetsTalk spokesperson, made a difference in mental health when he opened up about what he was silently living with after being hospitalized at the end of his third year at university. He continues to make a difference by sharing his story with Canadians from coast to coast to coast. If you know someone like Dexter, nominate him or her to be...
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CAMH Difference Makers | 150 Canadians for Mental Health

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Celebrate #Canada150 by nominating a Canadian making a difference in mental health. CAMH Difference Makers is a national movement to celebrate 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health. Nominations close July 1 – start your nomination today: camhdifferencemakers.ca
Celebrate Canada150 by nominating a Canadian making a difference in mental health

Celebrate #Canada150 – Nominate Someone Making a Difference in Mental Health

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CAMH and Queen's University researchers have identified 26 new genes linked to intellectual disability, which may eventually lead to personalized treatments for affected individuals.
CAMH and Queens University researchers have identified 26 new genes linked to

A step closer to personalized medicine for intellectual disability

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Continue your involvement in the mental health movement and celebrate a Canadian making a difference in mental health. Nominate them to be one of 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health. Take 5 minutes this #OneBraveNight to start your nomination: camhdifferencemakers.ca
Continue your involvement in the mental health movement and celebrate a Canadian

Do you know someone making a difference in mental health?

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We’re excited to announce the launch of CAMH Difference Makers – a national movement to nominate and celebrate 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health. Celebrate #Canada150 by nominating someone you know who is making a difference in mental health – a teacher, a doctor, or a #OneBraveNight participant!
Were excited to announce the launch of CAMH Difference Makers a national

Announcing CAMH Difference Makers | 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health!

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Follow End Stigma - Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation tonight as they travel around the city to livestream a few of the many events happening during #OneBraveNight!
Follow End Stigma Centre for Addiction and Mental Health CAMH Foundation tonight

Follow the #OneBraveNight conversation - onebravenight.ca

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A mental health coach with the PARTNERs Project talks about the impact her role has on people who live with depression, and how this telepsychiatry initiative is making a difference in the lives of clients.
A mental health coach with the PARTNERs Project talks about the impact

PARTNERs in mental health: How our project is helping people with depression

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Today on World Health Day, the World Health Organization (WHO) has decided to focus on depression and its global effects. Check out their video below and stay tuned for more facts and info on the world's largest cause of disability.
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The mental health system can also be confusing and frustrating for family members who are looking out for loved ones with mental health concerns. A new resource at CAMH that is poised to help:
The mental health system can also be confusing and frustrating for family

New CAMH office “a lifeline and voice” for patients’ families

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If you weren't able to tune in to Metro Morning this morning, here's an interview with a CAMH study participant, who is the mother and caregiver of an adult child with developmental disability. Her experience with Mindfulness made a big impact on her own mental health.
If you werent able to tune in to Metro Morning this morning

Meditation helps parent caregivers of adult children with disabilities

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Parents and family caregivers of people with developmental disabilities face unique challenges, and self-care is low on the list of priorities.

For #NationalFamilyCaregiveryDay, Dr. Yona Lunsky shares new findings that show the benefits of mindfulness, and its impact is paying dividends resulting in better, healthier caregivers.
Parents and family caregivers of people with developmental disabilities face uni

Caring for the Caregivers

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New photography exhibit by PhotoVoice artists
New photography exhibit by PhotoVoice artists

Into the Light

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In anticipation of Autism Awareness Day, Dr. Yona Lunsky of H-CARDD Connects discusses the importance of characters like Julia in educating children about autism, and suggests that clinicians and health care providers can also learn a thing or two from our friends on Sesame Street.
In anticipation of Autism Awareness Day Dr Yona Lunsky of HCARDD Connects

Sesame Street: Can you tell me how to get to a better understanding of Autism?

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Today is World Bipolar Day, to raise awareness for bipolar disorder. Check out our Ask Dr. Goldbloom segment, where David explains what bipolar disorder is and shares information on symptoms, treatment and care.
Today is World Bipolar Day to raise awareness for bipolar disorder Check

Ask Dr. Goldbloom: Bipolar Disorder

CAMH’s Senior Medical Advisor, Dr. David Goldbloom, discusses bipolar disorder and offers suggestions for getting help.

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