The report, Respect, Recovery, Resilience: Recommendations for Ontario’s Mental Health and Addictions Strategy, identifies the need for a collaborative, patient-centered approach to mental health and addictions services.Â
PARTNERSHIP TO BUILD COMMUNITY SERVICES
The Association of Ontario Health Centres (OCSA) (OFCMHAP) provincial associations. Together we represent the majority of the not-for-profit home and community support, mental health and addictions and community-governed primary health care providers in Ontario.
Collectively we have a mandate to improve the health of the people and communities of Ontario, especially those who are vulnerable and/or marginalized, have chronic or ongoing conditions or disabilities.
All members of the Federation:
SELECT COMMITTEE RELEASES FINAL REPORT
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS THE CREATION OF
MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTIONS ONTARIO
SELECT COMMITTEE ON MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTIONS TO RELEASE FINAL REPORT
TORONTO, August 24, 2010 – The Select Committee on Mental Health and Addictions of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario will release its final report entitled “Navigating the Journey to Wellness: The Comprehensive Mental Health and Addictions Action Plan for Ontarians”. The report will be released on Thursday, August 26, 2010.
Provincial Summer Institute: Counselling Skills for Concurrent Disorders
Registration is now open!
ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, 2005
What is the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005?
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA), is a law that allows the government to develop and enforce accessibility standards. The standards are made into laws called regulations, and these regulations provide the details to help meet the goal of the AODA. The purpose of the Act is to benefit all Ontarians by:
Strengthening the Interface between Mental Health and Addiction Service Providers and Primary Health Care
The Select Committee on Mental Health and Addiction is pleased to present this interim report. Each of our Members volunteered to serve on this Committee because of his or here personal commitment to mental health and addictions issues.
The 2010 Walk of Hope for Schizophrenia will take place at 11:30 am on Sunday May 16th at Metro Hall Square (55 John Street) in Toronto.