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Schizophrenia - Toronto Central

Schizophrenia is a severe mental disorder characterized by disintegration of the processes of thinking, contact with reality, and emotional responsiveness. Delusions and hallucinations are common, especially those that produce the feeling of a loss of personal identity.

For further listings see other topics under Mental Health, such as Community Mental Health Programs and Mental Health Hospital Programs.

 
These services serve all or part of Toronto Central
Centre For Addiction And Mental Health (CAMH) - Medication Assessment Program For Schizophrenia (MAPS) - Toronto - 250 College Street  
250 College St, Toronto, ON  M5T 1R8
416‑535‑8501 ext 2
International Schizophrenia Foundation  
16 Florence Ave, Toronto, ON  M2N 1E9
416‑733‑2117
Pilot Place Society  
70 Lombard St, Toronto, ON  M5C 2W2
Schizophrenia Society of Ontario  
95 King St E, Suite 300, Toronto, ON  M5C 1G4
1‑800‑449‑6367
Schizophrenia Society Of Ontario  
300-95 King St E, Toronto, ON  M5C 1G4
416‑449‑6830
Schizophrenia Society of Ontario - Ask The Expert  
95 King St E, Suite 300, Toronto, ON  M5C 1G4
1‑855‑449‑9949
Schizophrenia Society Of Ontario - Toronto Region  
130 Spadina Ave, Suite 302, Toronto, ON  M5V 2L4
1‑800‑449‑6367


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