Initiatives, Training, & Tools

Would you like to learn more about the mental health initiatives happening across Alberta? Are you looking for training or tools on a particular topic, such as suicide prevention or cannabis? Would you like support in establishing more student-led initiatives or complex collaboration on your campus? Explore the resources below!

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Introducing Recovery On Campus (ROC) Alberta

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Introducing Recovery On Campus (ROC) Alberta

This webinar will provide an overview of the Recovery On Campus (ROC) Alberta initiative, which supports all 26 post-secondary institutions across Alberta in developing on-campus communities to support students in recovery or seeking recovery from substance use addiction. The presenters will outline the goals of the project, which include supporting...

Trauma Informed Leadership: Optimizing Patient Outcomes

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Trauma Informed Leadership: Optimizing Patient Outcomes

Posttraumatic growth is defined as “the experience of positive change that occurs as a result of the struggle with highly challenging life crises” (Tedeschi & Calhoun, 2004). This concept is relevant in a time when collective trauma and returning to “normal” are a part of conversations on post-secondary campuses. This webinar...

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211 Alberta – 24/7 Support for Post-Secondary Students

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211 Alberta – 24/7 Support for Post-Secondary Students

From 211 Alberta As the Government of Alberta announced last year, 211 Alberta is building a navigation and crisis support hub in collaboration with other service providers, including crisis lines and helplines like Kids Help Phone. As a hub, 211 Alberta connects post-secondary students to the most appropriate resources, whether...

CACUSS Campus Mental Health In Times of COVID-19 Pandemic: Data-Informed Challenges & Opportunities

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CACUSS Campus Mental Health In Times of COVID-19 Pandemic: Data-Informed Challenges & Opportunities

From the CACUSS Campus Mental Health CoP We are delighted to share with you the findings presented today in the report, Campus Mental Health in Times of COVID-19 Pandemic: Data-Informed Challenges & Opportunities. The report includes student perspective, voices of a representative sample of mental health professionals and administrators across...

BounceBack®: Reclaim Your Health

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BounceBack®: Reclaim Your Health

From the Canadian Mental Health Association  The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) has now expanded its BounceBack® program across Canada, thanks to a donation from Bell Let’s Talk. BounceBack is a free, guided self-help program that helps adults and youth 15+ learn to manage low mood, mild to moderate depression,...

Facilitated Conversation: Supporting International Students – Part 2

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Facilitated Conversation: Supporting International Students – Part 2

This facilitated conversation is part 2 in the Supporting International Students topic. Watch the part 1 webinar here. Are you interested in connecting with others to discuss international student supports on campus? Do you have questions about the content of the webinar? Join Healthy Campus Alberta and Garrett Beatty from...

Introducing Togetherall: A free, online peer-to-peer community and resource hub fostering positive wellbeing in Alberta

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Introducing Togetherall: A free, online peer-to-peer community and resource hub fostering positive wellbeing in Alberta

With many front-line educators, parents and students in Alberta feeling overwhelmed and uncertain about what’s in store for the New Year, Healthy Campus Alberta, in partnership with Togetherall, wants to ensure everyone has a little extra support during these trying times. Togetherall offers ALL Albertans aged 16yrs+ a safe, online...

Introducing Togetherall: An online peer-to-peer mental health community available free to Albertans!

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Introducing Togetherall: An online peer-to-peer mental health community available free to Albertans!

Endorsed by Alberta Health Services and paid for by the Alberta Government, Togetherall is a clinically moderated, online peer-to-peer mental health community that empowers individuals to anonymously seek and provide support 24/7. Best of all, Togetherall is FREE to ALL Albertans aged 16+! Register today using a valid Alberta postal...

Community Discussion: Mental Health and the Learning Environment Toolkit from CICMH

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Community Discussion: Mental Health and the Learning Environment Toolkit from CICMH

One of the themes that emerged at the CoP meeting was the changed nature of student interactions. Online classrooms are, for many students, the main point of contact within their campus. Student support staff and faculty alike are asking what steps should be taken within the classroom to support student...

Supporting Faculty to Create a Healthy and Engaging Learning Environment

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Supporting Faculty to Create a Healthy and Engaging Learning Environment

A webinar by the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health introducing the Toolkit for Faculty & Staff “Being a faculty member is about much more than delivering course content and evaluating academic performance. It is an opportunity to be a part of both the life and learning journey of...

Mental Health and the Learning Environment

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Mental Health and the Learning Environment

From the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health “This toolkit will help faculty and teaching staff take steps within the classroom in a collective effort to support student mental health.”

Tools for Holistic Mental Health Approaches: Redeveloped Toolkit Launch

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Tools for Holistic Mental Health Approaches: Redeveloped Toolkit Launch

Tools for Holistic Mental Health Approaches is a toolkit hosted by Healthy Campus Alberta that introduced systemic and comprehensive approaches to promote mentally healthy campuses. These approaches must be grounded in the diverse needs and mental health journeys of the students in our campus communities. This webinar provides an overview of...

Toolkit for e-Mental Health Implementation

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Toolkit for e-Mental Health Implementation

From the Centre for Research in Family Health, IWK Health Centre and the Mental Health Commission of Canada  The creation of the Toolkit for e-Mental Health Implementation for Canada was a joint effort of the Centre for Research in Family Health (CRFH), IWK Health Centre and the Mental Health Commission of...

Guide to Student Mental Health During COVID-19