Evidence snapshot: Patterns of mental health and substance use in adults with low income and education

The CAMH Monitor results suggest that adults with low household income and education may have higher rates of poor mental health and substance use. This is a complex health issue with multiple and overlapping factors that have social and economic underpinnings.

This Evidence Snapshot was developed by the Health Promotion Resource Centre and Evidence Exchange Network, both located in the Provincial System Support Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

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