Something that we felt was lacking from the Austen Berlet Campout for Mental Health event was genuine Western student involvement. Our efforts included raising money and awareness, and for the most part, we did each fairly successfully, but emotionally affecting those that came in contact with the Campout was something we felt was lacking.
Our latest version of Reach Out, aimed specifically at high school aged youth. Get factual about mental health. You can also purchase a multi-playe
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Our latest version of Reach Out, aimed at post-secondary youth. Get factual about mental health!
As a researcher who records people having conversations, I hear people say a lot of wacky things. But one thing that I hear, in the news, in blogs, from people’s mouths, really makes me cringe.
It hasn’t been more than thirty minutes since I last looked back, and waved goodbye. I finished my tour of anxiety through security, looked back to you, and waved. You immediately waved back. I could see the excitement in you tha
My name is Alicia Raimundo and I am a Mental Health Superhero.
You may be asking yourself, what is a mental health superhero? And why does this girl get to be one?
Over the past two years, the CYCC Network has blended research with experiential knowledge on seven different topics, in order to figure out what works for organizations and individuals working with children and youth in challengi