The Housing, Health and Justice Community of Interest (COI) is conducting a scan of housing programs across Ontario and is asking for feedback.
Join the second webinar in the Ontario Drug Treatment Funding Program (DTFP) series and learn about how the Ontario Perception of Care Tool for Mental Health and Addictions (OPOC-MHA) will impact your programs and clients.
Watch the first webinar in the Health Canada Drug Treatment Funding Program (DTFP) Ontario webinar series. This webinar provides:
- An overview of the evidence-based staged screening and assessment process and the new tools;
- A look at the reports that will be generated by the electronic administration of the assessment tool;
- An update on the implementation status and plans (including training and certification); and
- Information about impacts to the system, agencies, and clients.
Hamilton is addressing the needs of local youth with mental health and/or addiction issues as they move from youth to adult services. To do this, community members participating in Ontario’s System Improvement through Service Collaboratives (SISC) initiative selected the Transition to Independence (TIP) intervention. The SISC initiative is supported by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health’s Provincial System Support Program.
This webinar will provide:
- a foundational overview on opioids
- information on use, treatment, and overdose prevention
- a harm reduction strategy focusing on reducing overdose deaths through the use of naloxone programs in Oxford County
The Durham Collaborative Planning Process helps local children, youth, and families who are not receiving the services they need.
Join the next EENet webinar and learn about:
- The prevalence of brain injury in mental health and addictions settings.
- How brain injury is related to complex care needs.
- How existing service structures may reduce access to care.
- Opportunities for capacity building to better understand and accommodate the needs of people living with brain injury.
EENet Connect is introducing a new collaborative space to discuss the topic of transition-age youth (TAY) and share resources.
Two international experts in the fields of improvement science and implementation science discussed they use these approaches in their work. Their keynote presentation, made on Oct. 15, was hosted by the Provincial System Support Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
EENet is currently seeking applications from communities of interest to enhance their work and improve Ontario’s mental health and addictions system. The application deadline is Nov. 13.