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A danger to themselves or others

What to do when someone you love becomes a danger to him or herself or others. Open lines with psychiatrist Dr. David Goldbloom, Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada and Toronto lawyer James Morton.

 

Related link:

CAMH blog: "My sister is getting worse and refuses to get help" 

ConnexOntario maintains a list of mental health services across the Province. 

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