2022 Budget Recommendations

We are calling on the Ontario government to make immediate investments in community-based mental health and addiction care.

Change for the Better

Discover what we accomplished together in AMHO’s 2020/2021 Annual Report.

AMHO launches Strategic Plan 2020-2023

Advocate. Communicate. Sustain.

@AMHOnt Twitter Feed

Almost half of 2SLGBTQ+ respondents reported moderate to severe anxiety symptons,
30% of 2SLGBTQ+ respondents used remote mental health services, and only 25% reported excellent/very good mental health

https://mentalhealthcommission.ca/resource/mental-health-and-substance-use-during-covid-19-spotlight-on-2slgbtq-communities-in-canada/

"By drawing the link between low socioeconomic status & opioid harm, we can design policies that more appropriately serve the needs of our communities"

New @UWaterloo study finds low-income Canadians are 4x as likely to die from opioids than high-income.

https://bit.ly/3unJPl2

#PrideMonth is almost over, but the need for mental health and addiction services specialized for LGBTQ2S+ folks will never go away.

AMHO will continue to advocate for better, faster support for LGBTQ2S+ Ontarians seeking care – all year long.

#Pride

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AMHO

AMHO represents nearly 200 addiction & mental health organizations in Ontario.

Together towards a comprehensive and accessible addictions and mental health system

Our members provide services and supports that help Ontarians across the province with their recovery, including community-based counselling and case management, peer support and consumer run businesses, residential treatment, withdrawal management, supportive housing and hospital based programs.