Framework & Strategies

Here, you will find high-level guiding documents utilizing evidence-based best practices. Explore the resources below to discover mental health frameworks and charters, resources for developing a campus mental health strategy, and supporting materials for data collection and reporting.

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Student Food Insecurity and the Impacts on Mental Health

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Student Food Insecurity and the Impacts on Mental Health

Food insecurity on post-secondary campuses is a serious but overlooked issue. Studies have consistently shown rates of 30% to 40% of students experiencing food insecurity across Canadian post-secondary institutions, yet it is rarely talked about from an institutional perspective and often left for campus food banks to address. The mental...

National Standard Discussion Group: Winter 2022 Edition

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National Standard Discussion Group: Winter 2022 Edition

Are you working directly with the National Standard on an Alberta campus? You are invited to join HCA  to discuss your efforts with the National Standard of Canada for Mental Health and Well-Being for Post-Secondary Students with other Alberta campuses. The HCA staff team will guide the discussion group with...

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Alberta Post-Secondary Mental Health and Addiction Framework

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Alberta Post-Secondary Mental Health and Addiction Framework

Introduction “The Alberta Post-Secondary Mental Health and Addiction Framework outlines key concepts, considerations and action strategies for addressing student mental health and addiction problems in post-secondary institutions. It is a collaborative document representing the perspectives of many stakeholders across the province. The goal of the framework is to provide comprehensive,...

Advanced Education Grant Reporting

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Advanced Education Grant Reporting

Healthy Campus Alberta hosted a conversation with Sharon Alles related to grant reports, including the first progress reports due April 30, 2018. This was a great opportunity to connect directly with Advanced Education.

NCHA Information

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NCHA Information

A webinar with Kevin Friese from the University of Alberta and Rachelle McGrath from Mount Royal University This was an informative session on preparing and implementing the 2019 NCHA on your campus.

Creating the Roadmap to Campus Mental Health Strategy

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Creating the Roadmap to Campus Mental Health Strategy

Everywhere you turn there seems to be a reminder of the importance of integrating a campus mental health strategy; yet, for many, the destination seems far way and even overwhelming. This webinar was designed to help guide you down the right path to your campus mental health strategy with practical principles that...

Metrics Conversation and Advanced Education

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Metrics Conversation and Advanced Education

Kenton Puttick and Sharon Alles from Advanced Education joined Health Campus Alberta for a conversation on metrics and advanced education. This webinar was facilitated by Rachelle McGrath​.

MHCC Standard for Psychological Health and Safety for Post-Secondary Students

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MHCC Standard for Psychological Health and Safety for Post-Secondary Students

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) developed a standard of psychological health and safety for post-secondary students (PSS Standard). Healthy Campus Alberta hosted an informational webinar on what the standard is, how it is was developed and how you can contribute.

NCHA Post-Data Collection: Analysis, Dissemination and Mobilization

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NCHA Post-Data Collection: Analysis, Dissemination and Mobilization

2019 represented the first time that all publicly funded institutions in Alberta implemented the NCHA concurrently. The NCHA proved to be an indispensable resource for many institutions in informing programming and engaging stakeholders around wellness. Kevin Friese and Melissa Visconti of the University of Alberta, and Rachelle McGrath of Mount...