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Research Reports 

Research Reports will be a collection of reports on mental health and addiction issues for a variety of professional audiences.

If you would like your report included, please contact anja.kessler@camh.ca. Please allow at least 2 weeks for review and posting.

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National Youth Screening ProjectThe National Youth Screening Project: Enhancing Youth-Focused, Evidence-Informed Treatment Practices through Cross-Sectoral Collaboration
The National Youth Screening Project worked with agencies across Canada to
- improve how youth access treatments for substance use or co-occurring substance use and mental health concerns (CD);
- help service providers become better able to help these youth;
- and increase opportunities for early intervention.
The national report findings, 10 local reports and recommendations can be accessed through the link above. (From EEnet.)

Youth Services System ReviewThe Youth Systems Services Review (YSSR) (PDF)
The Youth Systems Services Review (YSSR) is a review of the services currently available to address the substance use needs of youth age 12 to 24 in Ontario. The project aimed to
- describe the landscape of service available to youth
- identify gaps and opportunities for collaboration
- enhance services
- and build a system to better meet the needs of youth.
The information gathered from multiple perspectives, and the resulting recommendations, have the potential to inform long-term system change to better meet the needs of youth. (From EEnet.)


Economic Impact of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
A team from CAMH’s Social and Epidemiological Research Department has produced a pair of reports on the economic impact of fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD): a systematic literature review and a report outlining the methodology for estimating the economic impact of FASD.

Nouveaux rapports de recherche

Répercussions économiques du syndrome de l’alcoolisation fœtale (SAF) et de l’ensemble des troubles causés par l’alcoolisation fœtale (ETCAF)
Une équipe du Service de la recherche sociale et épidémiologique de CAMH a produit deux rapports sur les répercussions économiques du syndrome de l’alcoolisation fœtale (SAF) et de l’ensemble des troubles causés par l’alcoolisation fœtale (ETCAF) : une analyse documentaire systématique et un rapport décrivant la méthode d’estimation des répercussions économiques de l’ETCAF.

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