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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Creating a Campus Suicide Prevention Framework

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Creating a Campus Suicide Prevention Framework

A suicide prevention strategy or framework can be one part of a whole-campus, systemic approach to promoting mental health and well-being. This webinar will review the process of developing and implementing a campus suicide prevention framework, getting buy-in from campus stakeholders, and integrating the framework into whole-campus strategies. Join us for...

Working Stronger: Building Strategies – Improving Mental Health

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Working Stronger: Building Strategies – Improving Mental Health

“The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Alberta Division will host our virtual workplace mental health conference on March 8 & 9, 2022. Working Stronger: Building Strategies – Improving Mental Health is designed to help Alberta’s employers create and maintain mentally healthy workplaces. The Working Stronger Conference makes mental health matter by...

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The Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub

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The Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub

From the Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub The Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub connects service providers and other stakeholders from various sectors across Ontario and Canada with credible, evidence-based information on the non-medical use of cannabis. Through the discussion forum, the hub also connects professionals to others working in the same field....

CMHA Recovery College Classes

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CMHA Recovery College Classes

From the Canadian Mental Health Association “We are currently offering CMHA Recovery College classes through online virtual delivery. Usually, we have more than 45 courses to choose from, there is something for everyone. There are courses for anyone, youth, older adults, family, friends, and parents, and First Nations, Métis and...

Creating a Successful Transition to Your First Semester of Virtual Post-Secondary Learning Webinar #2

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Creating a Successful Transition to Your First Semester of Virtual Post-Secondary Learning Webinar #2

Hosted by CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg.  This webinar was the second in a series. To view the first webinar, click here. Unfortunately, there is no recording currently available. “March 2020 will be in our history textbooks as the month and year a global pandemic put a pause on in classroom education....

Creating a Successful Transition to Your First Semester of Virtual Post-Secondary Learning Webinar #1

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Creating a Successful Transition to Your First Semester of Virtual Post-Secondary Learning Webinar #1

Hosted by CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg. This webinar was the first in a series. To view the second webinar, click here. Unfortunately, there is no recording currently available. “March 2020 will be in our history textbooks as the month and year a global pandemic put a pause on in classroom education....

The Policy Hub by Action on Smoking & Health (ASH)

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The Policy Hub by Action on Smoking & Health (ASH)

From the Action on Smoking & Health Action on Smoking & Health (ASH) created a new website to help post-secondary institutions develop a smoke-free campus policy. The website includes listings and comparisons of smoke-free campus policies, fact sheets, current smoking data, and a model policy for post-secondary institutions. Wondering how...

Transitioning to Remote Health and Wellness Services in Post-Secondary Settings

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Transitioning to Remote Health and Wellness Services in Post-Secondary Settings

From the Best Practices in Canadian Higher Ed “The Best Practices Network would like to acknowledge Dalhousie University and the University of British Columbia for collaborating and contributing to this project! Transitioning to Remote Health and Wellness Services in Post-Secondary Settings: A Case Study Approach developed by Canadian Best Practices...

Tools for Promoting Dialogue

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Tools for Promoting Dialogue

Dialogue is an important part of talking in communities about complex health issues.  They provide opportunities for upstream solutions using health promotion and prevention tools.  We hope you will consider using these resources to hold successful and respectful dialogues in your post-secondary communities.  The following resources were originally developed for...

National Webinar: Canadian Campus Wellbeing Survey

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National Webinar: Canadian Campus Wellbeing Survey

Healthy Minds | Healthy Campuses in partnership with Healthy Campus Alberta and Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health presents: Description:  Learn about the new CCWS and how it can be implemented on campuses across Canada Meet like-minded people Participate in facilitated conversations Build connections to help local effort and...

Pre-Summit Webinar #2: Upstream Thinking in Challenging Landscapes

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Pre-Summit Webinar #2: Upstream Thinking in Challenging Landscapes

The shift to upstream thinking presents new opportunities and challenges for post-secondary mental health. In this informal spin on a webinar, we shared a short presentation and facilitated conversation as we acknowledge these challenges and innovate new approaches as a community. We explored new perspectives, ideas, and capacities to help...

HCA Webinar: 211 Alberta Update

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HCA Webinar: 211 Alberta Update

Wondering what’s new since 211 Alberta began offering direct support for post-secondary institutions?  This informative webinar addresses common questions and considers what’s next.    

COVID-19 Self-care and Resilience Guide for The Working Mind

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COVID-19 Self-care and Resilience Guide for The Working Mind

From the Mental Health Commission of Canada “The spread of COVID-19 has caused many Canadians to change their everyday lives to help “flatten the curve” to avoid a spike in cases that would overwhelm our health services. These are all difficult situations and everyone has their own response to stress....

Bringing Students to the Table: Tools for Student-Led Mental Health Initiatives

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Bringing Students to the Table: Tools for Student-Led Mental Health Initiatives

Initiatives to support student mental health can engage the student voice by bringing students to the table as leaders and collaborators. In this webinar, the Healthy Campus Alberta team introduced the newly redeveloped Student Led Initiatives Toolkit, which includes practical tools to support student-led mental health initiatives. Participants were invited...