About Chronic Pain Treatment at CAMH
The Interprofessional Pain and Addiction Recovery Clinic (IPARC) treats a wide-range of chronic pain conditions. They specialize in helping patients on who would like to decrease their chronic pain medications. In the IPARC program, patients are given skills and tools to manage their pain.
Your First Appointment
A CAMH information specialist will call you to book an initial phone assessment with a registered nurse to evaluate your care needs. After this assessment you may be invited to attend a full day assessment with a team of chronic pain experts which may include a
- Nurse Practitioner
- Registered Nurse
- Occupational Therapist
Please Note you may be asked to complete patient intake questionnaires at your first appointment so please arrive 30 minutes early.
Traveling By TTC
Take the 501 Queen streetcar to Queen Street West at Ossington.
Take the 63 Ossington South bus from Ossington Subway Station and exit on the stop at Ossington Ave. and Queen St. West.
Travelling By Car
Designated Visitor Parking Areas: Corner of Stokes St. and Gordon Bell Rd. Obtain ticket at entry gate. Pay station located in ground floor elevator lobby of 101 Stokes St. Cash, credit and debit accepted.
80 Workman Way Garage (3 hours max.) Cash and credit card accepted at Pay & Display machines located throughout the garage.
Parking lot off Shaw St. and all other surface parking. Cash and credit card accepted at Pay & Display machines throughout the property.
Two Wheel/Motorcycle Parking is available at 101 Stokes St. Currently no charge.
Discounted Visitor Parking Rates
Please note: Parking may be affected during the construction of Phase 1C of the CAMH Queen Street Site Redevelopment Project. Click here for more information.