CAMH / Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
CAMH employee providing counselling for a patient

Recognized as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2016)

Here are some of the reasons why CAMH / Centre for Addiction and Mental Health was selected as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2016):

  • CAMH manages "Employment Works!", a unique program to help individuals with mental health or addiction access meaningful employment through skills development, including resume writing, cover letters, referrals and other educational resources -- also as part of the program, CAMH partners with TD Bank to organize education sessions on how clients can be competitive when applying for jobs at the bank and elsewhere
  • CAMH supports the "Out of This World Cafe" at three of its locations -- cafes are operated by Working for Change and provide employment opportunities for the psychiatric consumer/survivor community
  • CAMH maintains a health equity department, which works to create equal opportunities for good health and reduce differences in health among population groups -- the department recently produced CAMH's first health equity report on access and outcomes of services for ethnic and racial groups, and offers a University of Toronto accredited certificate program in diversity and health equity
CAMH employees


Industry Specialty Hospital
Major Canadian hiring locations Toronto ON
Full-time employees in Canada 2,212
Workforce representation female employees (71.4 %), female managers (67.5 %), visible minority employees (34.4 %), visible minority managers (27.1 %), Aboriginal employees (1.2 %), Aboriginal managers (1 %)
Diversity programs for disabilities, women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, LGBT
Employee resource groups employee working groups for women, LGBT, people of colour, disability accessibility and "the usual suspects", for staff with experience of addiction or mental health
Formal commitment Manager of Diversity and Equity, health equity department, diversity committees, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) working group
Diversity highlights bias-free interview training for managers, in-house training on Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ, women and cultural competency, language interpretation services for clients in over 160 languages

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