Publications, Links & Caregiver Resources

Here is a link to a recent Globe and Mail article to describe how the current mental health system can improve by Dr. David Goldbloom and Dr. David Gratzer.

For those wishing information on Bipolar Disorder, please see Dr. Sethna’s video presentation under the Robert Veltheer Lecture Series.

Susan Inman’s Presentation “What families need from the mental health system”. Susan gave this talk on Monday, June 20/2016 at the Richmond Hill Centre for Performing Arts.    Please see the video under Robert Veltheer Lecture Series.

For resources regarding psychosis:

Find out more about cognitive dysfunction related to psychotic illnesses:

Dr. Rus Sethna’s Lecture presented in November, 2015 on Psychotic Illnesses:

Schizophrenia Presentation – Nov 26 (1)publication


The Relationship Between Marijuana and Psychosis – ppt

The Relationship Between Marijuana and Psychosis – ppt

Home on the Hill Newsletters

February 2018 Newsletter

August 2017 Newsletter

November 2015 Newsletter

March 2015 Newsletter

September 2014 Newsletter

April 2014 newsletter

Home on the Hill Annual Report

Annual Report 2017 (1)

The Mental Health Commission released its Guidelines for Family Caregivers in June 2013. Let us hope that Guidelines get implemented.

Home on the Hill released its Needs Assessment (Final) document (pdf) in April 2012.

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Canada’s Homelessness Partnering Strategy:

Canadian Homelessness Research Network:

Canadian Mental Health Association:

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health:

City of Toronto, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration:

Homeless Nation:

Homelessness Hub:

Housing Services Corporation:

Jackson Therapeutic Recreation:

Ontario Human Rights Commission:

Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care:

Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing:

Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office:

Raising the Roof:

Recreational Respite:

FACT SHEET: What Causes Schizophrenia? (pdf)
Dr. Patricia Boksa, Professor, Department of Psychiatry at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec

Toronto Community Housing:

Wellesley Institute: