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Urgent action is Required by Ontario Government to Address Worsening Staffing Crisis in Ontario’s Community Health Sector
March 27, 2024 Associations representing over 200,000 workers in community health respond to 2024 Ontario Budget TORONTO, ON – Today, a coalition of Ontario’s community health care associations responded to Ontario’s 2024 Budget. While we welcome the government’s targeted investments to strengthen Ontario’s health care workforce, the government missed an opportunity to take further steps […]
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Addictions and Mental Health Ontario Welcomes Targeted Investments in the 2024 Ontario Budget
Toronto, March 26, 2024 – Addictions and Mental Health Ontario (AMHO) is encouraged to see targeted investments for the community mental health and addictions sector included in the 2024 Ontario budget. With a commitment from the Ontario government to invest $152 million for supportive housing and $396 million for specific programs including the continuation of […]
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AMHO is Calling on the Province to Address the Toxic Drug Supply Crisis
For Immediate Release February 26th, 2024 AMHO is Calling on the Province to Address the Toxic Drug Supply Crisis For the fifth year in a row, Ontario is on pace to eclipse over 3,000 annual drug poisoning deaths; that’s more than 8 deaths per day. The best way to protect Ontarians from the increasingly toxic […]
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Cutting Wait Times, Delivering Better Health Care in Ontario
KING CITY — Universal public health care is a core part of what it means to be Canadian. It is the idea that no matter where you live or what you earn, you will always be able to get the care you need. Unfortunately, our health care system has not been living up to expectations. From […]
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Ontario Connecting Indigenous Communities to More Mental Health Supports
THUNDER BAY — The Ontario government is investing over $2.6 million to connect Indigenous communities to more mental health and addictions supports, closer to home. “Our government recognizes the importance of Indigenous-led, culturally appropriate services,” said Michael Tibollo, Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions. “We are continuing to take action to ensure Indigenous communities […]
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Ontario Connecting Children and Youth in Peel and Halton Regions to Care Close to Home
MISSISSAUGA — Ontario is investing $5.6 million to increase access to pediatric services for children and youth in Peel and Halton regions so they have the care they need, when they need it, right in their own community. This is part of the Ontario government’s investment of an additional $330 million each year in pediatric health services […]
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