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The MHP in PH CoP brings together public health practitioners from Ontario's 36 public health units who are working to promote mental health across the lifespan. The purpose of the MHP in PH CoP is to connect, share and explore evidence-informed practices and practice-informed evidence related to the practice of mental health promotion in public health.
The Gambling, Gaming & Technology Use Community of Interest brings together addiction and mental health service providers, researchers and subject matter experts in the fields of gambling, technology/Internet use and video gaming to collaborate and share knowledge on emerging trends and clinical best practices.
Welcome to the OCAN Community of Interest! The purpose of this online group is to increase the usage of OCAN across the province, to support recovery and quality improvement efforts. This is a forum for those currently using OCAN or planning to use OCAN, to ask questions, share strategies and discuss the innovative practices happening across our organizations.
Objectifs du réseau : ● Réduire l’isolement en mettant les membres du réseau en contact l’un avec l’autre dans un espace commun. ● Soutenir la prestation de services par un accès accru aux meilleures pratiques. ● Augmenter le perfectionnement des connaissances et des compétences en partageant les possibilités de formation offertes.
The Alcohol Policy in Ontario Community of Interest (CoI) brings together stakeholders and experts in the field of substance misuse from all levels of prevention. The purpose of the CoI is to create meaningful discussion around provincial alcohol policy trends, increase collaboration and partnership, and provide easier access to high-quality evidence and evaluated programs.
This space is for research trainees and the broader research community at CAMH to connect with one another, to share knowledge, resources, and ideas, and to seek or offer support with the peer review process and navigating education and career transitions.
The Ontario Public Health Collaboration on Cannabis is a group of professionals from 35 health units and organizations who have joined together to work collaboratively in promoting the integration of a public health approach for the regulation of non-medical cannabis.
Members are encouraged to post resources, events, and engage in meaningful discussion about topics related to family caregivers of individuals with mental health and addictions issues. This group was previously maintained by the Family Caregiver Community of Interest. More information about the COI can be found at
This group is a space for service providers supporting the mental health of older adults and organizations and facilitators delivering the Understanding Mental Health and Well-Being in Later Life workshop series. Members are encouraged to post content related to improving the mental health and well-being of older adults such as discussion topics, resources or questions to peers.
This is a collaborative space for anyone interested in or involved with decriminalization efforts to connect and share knowledge and experience. The aim is to work together to shift the perception of drug use from being a criminal issue to a health issue in need of health-based interventions and responses.
This is a collaborative space for people from Northern Ontario to identify and share strategies and solutions to address the toxic drug crisis in the region.
Across sectors and at every level, the engagement of young people and families with lived/living experiences of the mental health system is being sought for system-driven initiatives, from local service improvements to research projects to government policy. We are a peer-led, online community for young people and families to connect to share, celebrate, reflect on, and learn from our engagement.

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