Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Mood and Anxiety Ambulatory Services (MAAS)

Record #: CMH0097
Last Modified: 21 May 2019
Last Full Update: 21 May 2019

Description & Services

Description CAMH's Mood and Anxiety Ambulatory Services provide outpatient services to clients with mood and anxiety disorders. 
Psychiatrists, social workers, occupational therapist, psychologist, nurses, psychometrists and researchers staff the program. MAAS is also a training clinic for psychiatry, psychology, social work and occupational therapy graduate students. MAAS is a specialty service providing evidence-based clinical care, education and research. The MAAS interprofessional team offers consultations, time-limited treatment and follow-up. Family members can receive support by contacting Access CAMH. All clients receive a psychiatric consultation. Following this, treatment including medication management recommendations are made back to the referring primary care provider, which may include: group therapy here or elsewhere or participation in one the integrated pathways for bipolar or depressive disorders. 
Types of Treatment and Services Offered 
*Cognitive-behavioural therapy 
*Group therapy 
*Interpersonal psychotherapy 
Hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Dates All year 
Program Duration: 8-15 weeks
Areas Served Greater Toronto Area ; Peel Region
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) - 64 year(s)
Application Physician's referral required
Fees None - covered by OHIP
Languages English ; Translation services can be arranged for a variety of languages
Meetings Referral Required from Family Doctor or Psychiatrist.

Contact Information

Address & Map
Bell Gateway Building
100 Stokes St, 4th Flr
Toronto, ON
Canada M6J 1H4
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Site Location Queen St
Intersection Queen St W and Ossington
Transit Information Accessible by TTC
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Office Phone 416-535-8501, press 2
Fax 416-260-4208
Toll Free Phone 1-800-463-2338
E-Mail info@camh.ca
Website www.camh.ca

Other Details

Funding Provincial
Service Level (30) Provincial Government

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