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Families affected by mental health need our help: Learn how the Family Caregiving Project is creating resources and advocating for stronger support

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In any given year, 1 in 5 Canadians experiences a mental illness and 1 in 2 adults […]

Charmaine Williams appointed Dean of the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work

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Charmaine Williams — an accomplished leader and community engaged researcher with a deep commitment to student success […]

Charmaine Williams invited to speak to the House of Commons standing committee on the mental health of young women and girls

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On Monday, October 3, Professor Charmaine Williams, Interim Dean at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, was […]

Rethinking family caregiving: Q&A with Charmaine Williams, director of the Family Caregiving Project  

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  The Family Caregiving Project, led by Professor Charmaine Williams, is a multi-year research study exploring the […]

The Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work welcomes Professor Charmaine Williams as Interim Dean


Professor Charmaine Williams, a passionate social work scholar and dedicated educator whose service to the University of […]

The Family Caregiving Project shares online resources to improve mental health care for families

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  To mark World Mental Health Day on October 10, The Family Caregiving Project — a research study led by Professor Charmaine Williams — has released a collection […]

Charmaine Williams talks about racism and mental health on the Catch up on Kids Mental Health podcast


On August 30, Professor Charmaine Williams was Janet Morrison’s guest on the “Catch-Up on Kids Mental Health” […]

#SafeHandsSafeHearts addresses the needs of racialized LGBTQIA+ communities in Thailand, India and Canada during COVID-19

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Research led by Professor Peter A. Newman, Provost Postdoctoral Fellow Notisha Massaquoi and Professor Charmaine Williams has […]

New video series from The Family Caregiving Project provides insight on how families navigate mental illness


The Family Caregiving Project, led by FIFSW Professor Charmaine Williams, has launched a series of videos to […]

Black History Month: Celebrating Black Excellence

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  In honour of Black History Month, communities throughout the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work and the […]