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Mental Illness and Substance Use Anti-Stigma/Discrimination Intervention for Primary Health Care Providers in Ontario



The Office of Transformative Global Health at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and three Toronto-based Community Health Centres (CHCs), South Riverdale CHC (SRCHC), Central Toronto Community Health Services (CTCHC), and Unison Health and Community Services (UnisonHCS) partnered on an anti-stigma/anti-discrimination project which began in 2010 to reduce stigma and discrimination by Primary Health Care (PHC) providers toward people with mental health and substance use issues. The project partnered with and implemented the pilot at CHCs that predominantly serve vulnerable populations in Toronto, Ontario. 



Check out some of our resources about the project!

Watch our video here:


Check out our Blog!

Read our CAMH Blog that features an infographic that recaps the entire project!

To learn more about this project and other projects from the Office of Transformative Global Health: