Centre For Addiction and Mental Health (College Street Site)

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (College St. Site) is a psychiatric hospital in Toronto, Ontario. Much of their work focuses on forensic psychology, sex addiction, drug addiction, and research designed to shape public policy.

The hospital was originally named the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, after Charles Kirk Clarke, a pioneer in mental health in Canada. In 1998, it merged with several other Ontario institutions to form the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), and the facility is now called the CAMH College St. Site.

It is located on College Street.

Coordinates: 43°39′29″N 79°23′56″W / 43.658°N 79.399°W / 43.658; -79.399

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