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

Personal Stories

Think Outside the Box: Mental Health Accessibility Project

It’s often assumed that people with disabilities are hyper visible. It’s also often assumed that disability accommodations or accessibility measures are hyper visible, too. For example, when people think about disability and accessibility, they often picture accessible bathrooms, elevators...

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MHCC’s Youth-Friendly Version of the Mental Health Strategy

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) has released The Mental Health Strategy for Canada: A Youth Perspective. This document, which was written by the MHCC’s Youth Council, is an adaptation of Changing Directions, Changing Lives: The Mental Health Strategy for Canada. Drawing on...

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HeadMeds

HeadMeds is a unique resource that campus-based professionals can promote to students, as appropriate, about mental health medication. It provides a range of information and resources geared towards young people aged 13-25, to understand common medications often used to treat mental It was...

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Personal Stories

The Council of Universities (COU) has built a website with accessibility resources. On this site, you can find videos about mental health challenges on campus, and how university students, educators and staff can respond to them. Audiences for this material include faculty members and associations,...

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