Collaborative Learning College
CAMH offers a recovery-oriented education and training program for people who have experienced mental health and/or addiction challenges. A variety of free courses are co-created and co-led by people with lived experience and are currently being held virtually. The Collaborative Learning Colleges offers a transformative opportunity for students to learn, collaborate with their peers and develop their strengths and confidence. Learn More & Register
Supportive Housing for People Living with Serious Mental Illness
A vast quantity of studies have found that safe, stable, and adequate housing is essential for the health and well-being of individuals with mental illness. Find out how organizations in two separate regions of Ontario are supporting families dealing with serious mental illness.
Home on The Hill Supportive Housing Richmond Hill, ON
Suicide Prevention Mobile App
Hope by CAMH is a free smartphone app that provides suicide prevention information, tools and crisis resources to support and guide individuals when they are experiencing thoughts of suicide.
Wellness Together Canada: Mental Health & Substance Use Support
During these stressful times, people can reach out for free mental health and substance use support at any time. The process starts by using a self-assessment tool and a variety of resources are available to motivate and support the wellness journey for youth and adults.
Crisis Service Canada
Crisis Services Canada (CSC) evolved out of the Canadian Distress Line Network (CDLN) – a national network of existing distress, crisis and suicide prevention line services that has been engaging members since 2002.In recent years, the network has formalized its structure, and now focuses on strengthening regional service delivery and ensuring gaps in service nationwide are addressed.