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What is Peer Support? A Campus-Community Approach 

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What is Peer Support? A Campus-Community Approach 

What is peer support? How can peer support contribute to mental health on our campuses and in our communities? As peer support programming becomes increasingly relevant in our campus contexts, there is an opportunity to collectively understand local journeys towards effective, evidence-based peer support. Join us for an interactive webinar...

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...

Making Mental Health Matter in Alberta: Advocacy Toolkit

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Making Mental Health Matter in Alberta: Advocacy Toolkit

Created by the Canadian Mental Health Association – Alberta Division “To make mental health matter in Alberta, it takes all of us. This toolkit was developed to help anyone advocate for better mental health in their communities. Individuals, organizations, non-profits, government officials and advocates will find this toolkit useful in demonstrating the...

Togetherall: Integrated peer support for Alberta students coming this Fall

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Togetherall: Integrated peer support for Alberta students coming this Fall

Since launching in the Province in October 2020, more than 11,200 Albertans have joined Togetherall’s online, clinically moderated peer-to-peer mental health community and 89% have reported an improvement in their wellbeing. Of this growing Alberta member base, 17% identify as students. Togetherall is now enhancing its offerings to better support...

Working Stronger: Alberta’s Resource for Workplace Mental Health

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Working Stronger: Alberta’s Resource for Workplace Mental Health

From the Canadian Mental Health Association.  “Responsible employers provide a physically safe environment for employees—but what about their psychological safety? Supporting employee mental health can improve productivity, cut down on absences and increase employee retention. CMHA, Alberta Division has a suite of workplace mental health training opportunities to assist your...

Alberta-Based Mental Health Groups That Work

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Alberta-Based Mental Health Groups That Work

Join us for a presentation about an exciting suite of mental health workshops and upcoming facilitator training opportunities offered by the Red Deer Primary Care Network. Facilitator training is now available so that some or all of these mental health workshops can be offered to your campus community:  Alberta Happiness...

Sagesse: Supporting individuals impacted by domestic violence

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Sagesse: Supporting individuals impacted by domestic violence

Sagesse empowers individuals, organizations and communities to disrupt structures of violence by curating environments to heal and develop skills to lead safe, healthy lives. Their programs are for anyone who has been impacted by domestic violence, are experiencing domestic violence, informally support others, or are involved in sex work. Learn...

Mental Health Impact of COVID-19 in Alberta

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Mental Health Impact of COVID-19 in Alberta

Administered by the Canadian Mental Health Association “The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Alberta Division administered a survey between April and May, 2020 to understand the mental health and wellbeing impact the COVID-19  pandemic has had on Albertans across rural and urban areas. The survey results are intended to inform future mental...

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...

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...

Sagesse Overview

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Sagesse Overview

In this presentation you are introduced to Sagesse and how their values guide their work and programs across the province. They go over their capacity building program, REAL Talk, and how they will best be able to tailor this educational webinar to the unique experiences of students on campuses across...

Tools for Success: Models for Exemplary Student Mental Health Initiatives at Alberta Post-secondary Institutions

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Tools for Success: Models for Exemplary Student Mental Health Initiatives at Alberta Post-secondary Institutions

Background Mental health is an increasing concern for Alberta’s learners. Post-secondary Institutions (PSIs) can increase their capacity to respond to this concern and create learning and living environments that encourage students to flourish. To support these efforts, the Next Steps to Improve Post-secondary Student Mental Health resulted in direct funding...