As we celebrate our success over the past year, we are excited to share with you our plans for the future.
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Be part of CAMH’s transformational redevelopment project, which breaks ground in 2017.
Homeless LGBTQ youth finally have a safe place to sleep at night, thanks in part to CAMH’s Dr. Alex Abramovich.
For Lizzie, even suicide seemed easier than saying just three simple words: "I need help."
Friends of CAMH,Speaking up for mental health takes courage and conviction. Our 25,000 unique donors have that in spades!Your commitment to CAMH is driving new attitudes toward mental health – and encouraging new corporate leaders to step forward with their support. On May 11, Bell announced a spectacular $10 million gift to CAMH. And thanks to you – and to Bell – CAMH Foundation has now crested an international milestone for a hospital dedicated to mental illness and addictions with $108 million raised to transform lives right here in Toronto.There is much more to do for people living with mental illness and addictions – from early intervention to better treatment and, ultimately, prevention. But the movement for change is real and we can’t thank you enough for making that happen. Happy springtime to all!-Your e-news team
Bell's $10M donation to CAMH pushes campaign over the top. Read more.Metric, photobooths, graffiti walls - oh my! Photo highlights from UnMasked.
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CAMH operates central clinical and research facilities in Toronto. We also have 9 locations throughout the province that provide communities with education and support for program development, health promotion and prevention.
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