Mental Health Disabilities Peer Program

The Peer Mentor Program is one of the backbones of Mental Health Disability Services (MHDS) and strongly supports the tenet of peers helping peers. MHDS Peer Mentors are upper-year students registered with the service who are familiar with the accommodation process and with York campus resources. In their role as service ambassadors, peer mentors help other students find the supports and services they are looking for on campus and are available as a source of support and guidance.

Lead Institute
York University
Project Lead

Mark Mingail

Manager Mental Disability Services
York University

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