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By Their Side: A step-by-step guide for adults helping youth with their mental health

You are a parent, caregiver, teacher, education worker, counselor, or coach. Whatever your role, you are an adult ally of a young person in your life. And you may be…

Talking to Teens About Mental Health

Teens need to know that they can take charge of their well-being, speak up if they start to notice problems, and support others respectfully. Many mental illnesses start during the…

“Carry It” Toolkit to prevent opioid overdose

Your campus needs to prevent and respond to opioid overdoses.  The opioid overdose crisis in Canada is real and growing. It claimed 4,460 lives in 2018 alone. And youth are at high risk. …

Overdose Prevention

What is an overdose?  Overdose occurs when someone takes one or more drugs in a quantity or combination that exceeds what their body can handle. Overdose can happen with many…

Preventing Suicide

Suicide. It’s a difficult topic to bring up. However, when someone talks about suicide or brings up concern for a loved one, it’s important to take action and seek help…

Social Support

We all need to feel like we belong and that others care about our well-being. Social support is exactly that: the belonging and care we receive from other people. Those…

Supporting a Colleague and/or Staff

Not Myself Today A mental health solution for your workplace Want to make mental health a priority at work? Three words: Not Myself Today. Things have changed fast and they keep…

Supporting a Loved One

When someone you love has been diagnosed with a mental illness, you feel a mixture of emotions. Concern, compassion, disbelief, anger, relief, anxiety, grief, love, guilt…any and all of these…