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Calling all young artists! Help advocate for LGBT inclusion

by Janet Mawhinney, Director of Community Engagement at CAMH

Are you an artistic young person that believes in inclusion for all people – regardless of sexual or gender orientation? Do you celebrate diversity?

You’re invited to submit your art by April 25, 2014 – as part of the 4th Wall Youth Solidarity project, a joint project of the Michaëlle Jean Foundation, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and WorldPride 2014 Toronto.

Why we like the Youth Solidarity Project

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Raising the Bar and Offering Hope

For Psychology Month, Dr. Sean Kidd, Scientist and Head of Psychology Service, Schizophrenia Division, blogs about the power of higher expectations. Read more

Let’s talk

CAMH will participate in the third annual Bell Let’s Talk Day by generating as much talk about mental health as we can.  I believe in the power of words. Read more

CAMH is Celebrating Bell Let’s Talk Day

Whether it’s texting on a phone or talking in person, starting conversations about mental illness is the aim of Bell Let’s Talk Day on January 28. Across the country, people will take to their phones and social media accounts to raise money and make a statement about the importance of mental health to Canadians. And CAMH is part of that conversation. Check out this video to hear what CAMH will be taking about on Bell Let’s Talk Day. Read more

Power in Hope

Sometimes, a champion emerges from an unexpected place and points out a pathway to a hopeful solution in the fact of a seeming insoluble problem.

Problem – deaths from suicide in Aboriginal communities. Champion – Laura Eggerston. Read more


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