Helping Ontario's colleges and universities enhance capacity to support student mental health and well-being

Sault College Students to Pay Out of Pocket to Fund Mental Health Serv...

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Mental health supports will still be waiting for Melissa Cutler when she returns to Sault College in January. In a referendum held in mid-October, students backed paying $28 more per year for a health support and first aid fee to help support services such as mental health counsellors, First Nation elders in residence, psychologists and a Canadian Mental Health Association mental health...


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Le stigma: une barrière à l’accès aux services en santé mentale...

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Nous entendons souvent la statistique qui indique qu’en Ontario, environ un jeune sur cinq présente un trouble de santé mentale, et qu’environ 70% des troubles de santé mentale commencent pendant l’enfance ou l’adolescence. Ces statistiques mettent en évidence le fait qu’il est important de bien rejoindre les jeunes et leurs familles en ce qui concerne la santé mentale,...


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What Toronto Colleges and Universities Are Doing to Help Students’ M...

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Awareness about the mental health challenges students face is growing on campuses. Here's what local schools are offering in the way of support. By Karen Chan Mental health is an ever-growing issue, especially at post-secondary institutions. A report released by the Ontario University & College Health Association in September [PDF] found that 65 per cent of students surveyed experienced...


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