New book shares stories of resilience and loss from suicide

By Ana Gajic A plane ride around the world to collect the belongings of a brother who died by suicide. A phone call that makes...

New book shares stories of resilience and loss from suicide

By Ana Gajic A plane ride around the world to collect the belongings of a brother who died by suicide. A phone call that makes...

Mental health and substance use during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Implications for healthcare

By Mary Bartram and Robert Gabrys According to an on-going series of surveys being led by the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) and...

Monitoring the effects of COVID-19 quarantine measures on young adults with mood and anxiety...

Concerned that patients from the First Episode Mood and Anxiety Program (FEMAP) at London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) would lose connection to important mental health...

Doctors expect huge demand for mental health services after pandemic

Ontario's doctors expect the demand for mental health and addictions care will exist and grow for years after the COVID-19 pandemic, if history is...

Using research to find ways to support healthcare workers through the pandemic

By Kristi Lalonde At no other time in recent history have healthcare workers across this country been so challenged. COVID-19 has unsettled daily life for...

New Mental Health Strategy for children develops new pathways to care

That one in five children have a mental health disorder is a hard stat to hear. That only one in six of those children...

Canadians are feeling unprecedented levels of anxiety, according to Mental Health Index

Pandemic has caused a dramatic 16-per-cent drop in Canadians' mental health, according to Morneau Shepell's Mental Health Index: a score of 63 Morneau Shepell announced...

Creating new mental health supports for South Asian communities

By Sean O’Malley A Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) team has been given just over a million dollars from Health Canada to develop...

Researching the Biomarkers of Suicidality

By Mary Dickie Every day in Canada, an average of 10 people die by suicide, and as many as 135 others are profoundly affected by...

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