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Event Date: August 27, 2014 | 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM EST
Organized by: Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health with support from the CAMH Health Promotion Resource Centre and EENet
Location: Webinar

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Mental Health Promotion on Campus Getting ready for the fall semester? Want to learn how mental health promotion can be applied to your campus? Then join us on Wednesday, August 27, 2014, from 1 PM to 2 PM as we:  

  • discuss mental health promotion
  • share how the CACUSS/CMHA Post‐Secondary Student Mental Health Guide to a Systemic Approach highlights mental health promotion from a policy perspective
  • learn from a student‐led anti‐stigma campaign that uses mental health promotion and can be adopted by your campus
  Contact Information: joliver@CampusMentalHealth.ca   Ask the Experts is a webinar series by the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health with support from the CAMH Health promotion Resource Centre and EENet....View more detail »

  • Niagara Sectors: Health & Wellness
  • Resources & Publications

    Publication Date: August, 2014

    Excellence Canada’s Mental Health at Work® program serves as a roadmap for organizations in any sector that wish to encourage, support, and implement exemplary mental health-related programs in the workplace.   The Mental Health at Work® progressive program has been developed in four levels … View more detail

    Partners & Projects

    Date Added: August 18, 2014

    REACT is a youth-led action group that educates and advocates for healthy lifestyles in Niagara. They are high school students who work as peer leaders on the following critical topic areas in the community: Mental Health, Healthy Living, Tobacco and Substance Misuse.

  • Niagara Sectors: Health & Wellness
  • Community Blog

    Date Published: August 15, 2014

    We are excited to invite you to the upcoming September 11th Community Stakeholder Forum to inform next steps in the development of the Niagara Aging Strategy. The Niagara Aging Strategy Project, coordinated by the Niagara Age-Friendly Community (AFC) Network, and funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, … View more detail

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