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.

Everything Is Not OK

Leaders in mental health and addiction across Ontario have come together to call for a fully funded mental health and addiction wait times strategy.

COVID-19 Resources

To help you stay up to date and informed.

AMHO Announces New CEO

AMHO is excited to announce our new permanent CEO, Alisha Tharani. Alisha brings with her a wealth of healthcare leadership and experience in partnerships, advocacy, stakeholder, and government relations, both federally and provincially. Most recently, Alisha was the...

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@AMHOnt Twitter Feed

Great conversation last night about Ontario's mental health and addiction care system on @TheAgenda. Thank you to all the presenters for sharing their ideas about the future of the addiction & mental health sector.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SBPTTVLl_A

@kidsmentalhlth @CMHAOntario

Monthly overdose deaths increased by 79% in during the first year of the pandemic and have continued to rise. All parties need to respond to the overdose crisis and immediately restrike the Ontario Emergency Opioid Task Force.

Join our call to action at http://NoTimeToWaitOntario.ca

Have you contacted your election candidates about the need for an improved addiction and mental health care system yet?

Do so in seconds at http://NoTimeToWaitOntario.ca

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Career Postings

Find careers and leadership opportunities in the mental health and addictions sector from across the province of Ontario.

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AMHO

addiction & mental health organizations in Ontario represented by AMHO

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.