CAMH HPRC produces print and online tools as well as toolkits to support mental health promotion and substance misuse prevention. View and download our latest tools below. Limited print copies of our resources are available for public health and health promotion professionals in Ontario. If you would like to request printed copies of any of the materials below, please send your request to email@example.com.
- A snapshot of mental health in Ontario: 2013 CAMH Monitor
- A snapshot of alcohol use in Ontario: 2013 CAMH Monitor
- A snapshot of cannabis use in Ontario: 2013 CAMH Monitor
- A snapshot of prescription opioid and cocaine use in Ontario: 2013 CAMH Monitor
- Evidence Snapshot: Patterns of mental health and substance use in adults with low income and education
- Tendances en matière de santé mentale et de consommation de substances intoxicantes chez les adultes à faible revenu ayant peu d'éducation
- Evidence Snapshot: Mental health and substance use among young adults
- Santé mentale et consommation de substances intoxicantes chez les jeunes adultes
The Ontario Student Drug Use & Health Survey (OSDUHS) is a cross-sectional, anonymous survey of students in grades 7-12 in Ontario's publicly funded schools. The survey monitors drug use, mental health, physical health, bullying, gambling and other risk behaviours. Two reports are available from each cycle, one focusing on student drug use, the other on student mental health and well-being.
Developed by the CAMH Health Promotion Resource Centre in partnership with EENet and the OSDUHS team, a series of infographics highlighting data from The Mental Health and Well-being of Ontario Students, 1991– 2013: Detailed OSDUHS Findings are now available in English and inFrench. The aim is to make OSDUHS data accessible to stakeholders in public health, health promotion, education, social services, government, and health care, and to inform public health monitoring, program planning, and policy making.
These infographics highlight data on indicators of mental health for the province as a whole as well as for individual Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs).The LHIN-specific infographics focus on students in grades 9 through 12 and compare LHIN and Ontario-wide data. An infographic focusing on the Ontario school setting is also available. Stay tuned for an additional infographic focusing on student use of opioids.
Infographics in English and French:
- Ontario provincial overview | Infographie donnant un aperçu pour la province de l'Ontario
- Ontario school setting | Infographie sur le contexte scolaire en Ontario
- Ontario spotlight on opioid use
- LHIN Erie St. Clair & South West (1 & 2) | RLISS d'Erie St. Clair et du Sud-Ouest (1 et 2)
- LHIN Waterloo Wellington (3) | RLISS de Waterloo Wellington (3)
- LHIN Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant (4) | RLISS de Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant (4)
- LHIN Central West (5) | RLISS du Centre-Ouest (5)
- LHIN Mississauga Halton (6) | RLISS de Mississauga Halton (6)
- LHIN Toronto Central & Central (7 & 8) | RLISS du Centre-Toronto et du Centre (7 et 8)
- LHIN Central East & North Simcoe Muskoka (9 & 12) | RLISS du Centre-Est et de North Simcoe Muskoka (9 et 12)
- LHIN South East (10) | RLISS du Sud-Est (10)
- LHIN Champlain (11) | RLISS de Champlain (11)
- LHIN North East & North West (13 & 14)| RLISS du Nord-Est et du Nord-Ouest (13 et 14)
This infographic introduces a population mental health approach. A population mental health approach looks at the mental health and mental illness needs of different groups of people rather than the needs of individuals.
This toolkit is a resource developed by the CAMH HPRC and Public Health Ontario (PHO) in 2013. The purpose of this resource is to foster awareness about the need for local action on alcohol-related harms as well as support the development and implementation of local alcohol policies within communities across Ontario.