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

Welcome

Welcome to the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health! Our mission is to help Ontario’s colleges and universities enhance their capacity to support student mental health and well-being.

You can find everything you need here, from resources on student mental health, webinars with experts, campus initiatives, to the latest news. We have it all here for you!

Reducing Cannabis Harms

This guide explores issues related to cannabis use and provides readers with an overview of health approaches that can reduce the harms and risks associated with it.

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Knowledge Sharing

The Centre is committed to building the knowledge and skills of front-line staff, faculty and student leaders in the post-secondary mental health sector.
2018 Conference | Bold Ideas

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Conference

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Accessibility Services on Post-Secondary Campuses

Pearlyn Ng from CICMH sits down with Jennifer Gillies, Associate Director of AccessAbility Services at the University of Waterloo, to discuss the changing landscape and nature of accessibility services on post-secondary campuses.

Conversation

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Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

This webinar will look at programming catered to students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) at the post-secondary level.

Webinar

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Campus Initiatives

The Centre keeps track of campus initiatives from across the province to help you stay informed of the work being done in student mental health.

Resources

The Centre identifies and compiles best and promising programs, practices and resources to help Ontario's post-secondary institutions enhance their capacity to support student mental health and well-being.

News

October 18, 2018

UWindsor mental health strategy released at first Campus Health Day
International student Harmanvir Singh remembers the difficulties he faced upon arriving in Windsor back in January — walking around in snowshoes for the first time, having to find a part-time job on short notice, language barriers and loneliness.   “It was very tough because settling in here is a big task. I didn’t know anyone in Windsor.”  ...
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October 15, 2018

Canadian universities tackle legal cannabis with wildly different policies
by Anthony A. Davis Oct 11, 2018   Cannabis has been a budding part of post-secondary life since at least 1964, when One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nestauthor Ken Kesey and some Stanford University pals formed the Merry Band of Pranksters, gobbled every psychedelic drug they could and toked their way across the U.S. in a Day-Glo...
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