The report, Evaluation of OMHAKEN’s Purpose, Structure and Impact (November 2009), is now available on the OMHAKEN website. Thank you to those of you who participated in the evaluation, either through the online survey or in a key informant interview!
Psychiatrists using telemedicine to bridge gapbetween increasing demand for mental health servicesand growing shortage of professionals
This position paper evolved out of a need to address health disparities among various populations in Ontario. Various member agencies of the Ontario Federation of Community Mental Health and Addiction Programs noted that they were providing care to increasingly diverse populations.
Deb Matthews was elected to the Ontario Legislature in 2003 and re-elected in 2007. She was appointed Minister of Health and Long-Term Care in October, 2009. Deb previously served as Minister of Children and Youth Services and Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Community and Social Services.
The Human Resources Information System’s Community Mental Health & Addictions (HRIS CMH&A) project has exciting news – a new CD demonstration of the human resources and payroll software, Quadrant, is now available to you!
To All Addiction and Mental Health Providers in the Province of Ontario: Attached please find the Draft of the Minister’s Advisory Group towards a 10 year Mental Health and Addiction Strategy.
Our by-laws require the Board establish a Governance Committee. We are looking for potential members for this Committee. If you or anyone you know (staff member, Board member, contact [inside or outside the Federation]) has education and/or experience pertinent to the tasks of the Governance Committee and is interested in serving on the Committee, please send a brief e-mail outlining pertinent educati
Can assessment information gathered by community mental health (CMH) or addictions programs/agencies be shared to inform and enhance the service plan for clients with co-occurring disorders?
To All Federation Members. Recently the Ministry of Health has released a survey to get a better understanding of the breadth of case management, and care co-ordination. The Ministry is presently surveying the addiction, mental health, community support sector, CCACs, and other health systems to better understand this increasingly prevalent approach to improve the delivery of qual