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Cardus Case Study: Innovations in Mental Health Housing

Indwell is an Ontario organization that has worked for many years to establish effective and sustainable approaches to housing support for people suffering from mental illness. Cardus studied Indwell because they represent an organization that has found an innovative solution for a significant challenge: Indwell combines three primary elements to achieve...

Death is Natural: Reframing the End-of-Life Conversation in Canada

This inaugural Cardus Health report builds on the 2011 parliamentary report "Not to be Forgotten: Care of Vulnerable Canadians." Many recommendations have been published by many organizations since 2011, and this report evaluates these proposals while looking through three lenses: 1. Natural Death: We need to build a social system that supports the...

Donate to support Cardus Health

Cardus is launching a new project dubbed Cardus Health. With this project we hope to reframe these good conversations around end-of-life care by situating them in the context of natural death, social architecture, and the continuum of care. We want to highlight and enhance the non-government institutions at the forefront of care for our families. We...

The Chronic Condition of Canada's Health Care

Those in power are implored to be candid with the Canadian public, to express the unpalatable truths that will hasten reform. There remains a disconnect between Canadians' understanding of the situation and the realities that health policy leaders have long faced.