Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
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Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Employee Review

Sort of runs like a for-profit agency

2.0
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24 July 2020
Unfortunately, employee wellness is not really a consideration at CAMH. Very numbers driven where amount of clients seen is prioritized over quality of care. Much of management is reactionary and clients often suffer due to staff having to move on quickly due to only short contracts being offered at first. High risk of burnout with low benefit to staff.
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