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September 15, 2020
SickKids CCMH service during COVID-19 expands to community and in-home visits
SickKids CCMH is entering the second stage of our return to in-person, onsite services.  Starting September 14, 2020, we will be starting community and in-home visits and opening our school program

July 06, 2020
SickKids CCMH response to anti-Black racism
SickKids CCMH will undertake a revitalized response with the formation of a health equity and anti-racism initiative that will be led by a dedicated working group informed by staff, clients and leadership. Through this consultative process, we will develop an action plan that re-defines our goals and commitments focused on fighting racism and anti-Black racism.

July 06, 2020
What to expect at your appointment during COVID-19
SickKids CCMH sites will re-open for our first phase of onsite services in July (July 6 at Jarvis, July 8 at Sheppard).  During COVID-19, all clients and essential visitors designated as needing onsite services will have a pre-arranged appointment with their clinician. We are following Ministry of Health and Toronto Public Health guidelines to ensure your safety.

July 06, 2020
SickKids CCMH opens for in-person services July 6, supplementing virtual care
SickKids CCMH opens for in-person services July 6, supplementing virtual care



June 22, 2020
SickKids CCMH planning on resuming in-person service in stages; virtual care continues
SickKids CCMH has pivoted to delivering our services virtually due to COVID-19. Right now, we are preparing our sites for a gradual, safe return to in-person services.  An announcement will be made in early July; please check back to this site for updates.

May 04, 2020
Mental health services go virtual at SickKids and SickKids CCMH during COVID-19 pandemic
Mental health services go virtual at SickKids and SickKids CCMH during COVID-19 pandemic

January 29, 2020
From community to hospital: Developing a mental health strategy to meet the needs of children and youth
From community to hospital: Developing a mental health strategy to meet the needs of children and youth

October 03, 2019
Data drives two SickKids mental health care innovations in hospital and the community
Data drives two SickKids mental health care innovations in hospital and the community

October 03, 2019
Update on Intensive Services for Youth at SickKids CCMH
Update on Intensive Services for Youth at SickKids CCMH

October 03, 2019
SickKids CCMH Annual Report 2018-19 – see our highlights from a successful year
SickKids CCMH Annual Report 2018-19. 

May 10, 2019
Innovative models of mental health care around the world – and at SickKids, SickKids CCMH
Today, we share our final instalment of our five-part series for Children’s Mental Health Week. Dr. Peter Szatmari, Chief, Child & Youth Mental Health Collaborative, SickKids, CAMH and University of Toronto; Chief of the Department of Psychiatry, SickKids; and Trustee, SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health (SickKids CCMH) Board of Trustees, outlines models of care that are breaking down some of the barriers in providing timely and effective mental health services to our children and youth.

May 09, 2019
Patients presenting at SickKids with mental health concerns are on the rise
This week on sickkidscmh.ca, we celebrate Children’s Mental Health Week. For our fourth instalment of this five-part series, Dr. Suneeta Monga, Associate Chief of Psychiatry, SickKids, outlines the numbers of children seen at the hospital who require mental health services and why, as caregivers, we must be aware of this need. 

May 08, 2019
Reorganizing services at SickKids CCMH to meet the need
This week on sickkidscmh.ca, we are celebrating Children’s Mental Health Week. For our third instalment of this five-part series, Neill Carson, Clinical Director, SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health, outlines the critical work being done in the community to meet the need for access to services that families want. 



May 07, 2019
Understanding the brain's capacity to adapt and recover – what this means for mental health
This week on sickkidscmh.ca, we are celebrating Children’s Mental Health Week. For our second instalment of this five-part series, Dr. Steven Miller, Head of Neurology and Senior Scientist in Neurosciences & Mental Health at SickKids, explains the connections between brain health and mental health, and the relatively new understanding of the brain’s capacity to adapt and recover.

May 06, 2019
Celebrating Children’s Mental Health Week 2019
Children’s Mental Health Week 2019: Feeling optimistic about the state of children’s mental health care.


April 09, 2019
Increasing access to care: SickKids CCMH announces a new service delivery model
Today, SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health (SickKids CCMH) is pleased to announce a new service delivery model for intensive services that will increase access to care and expand capacity. Over the next 18 months, we will transform our Intensive Services for Youth from a primarily residential focus to a format that emphasizes day treatment and intensive in-home while retaining a residential component. The new service will see more kids and families, reduce overall wait times and be better integrated with the real lives of our clients.

February 15, 2019
Celebrating two years of SickKids CCMH and SickKids working together
Celebrating two years of SickKids CCMH and SickKids working together to strengthen the children’s mental health continuum of care



November 12, 2018
Resources for parents
Resources for parents

September 11, 2018
Families First: free parent education workshops
Families First: free parent education workshops

August 03, 2018
Annual Report 2017-18



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