What colour is stigma?

Over the course of a ten-week long workshop series at Unison Health and Community Services (Unison HCS) (in collaboration with CAMH), primary healthcare providers and individuals with lived-experiences of mental illness and substance use issues (consumer/survivors) collaborated to answer these types of questions, to explore stigma, discrimination and recovery in the primary health care setting.

The Unison HCS art show was the culmination of the recovery oriented contact-based art component of an ongoing anti-stigma project that is being undertaken by the Office of Transformative Global Health at CAMH. Check out our Portico Partner page for more information on the anti-stigma initiative for primary health care

Below is the link identifying various art work completed through this program.

http://camhblog.com/2015/04/13/what-colour-is-stigma/