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Campus mental health – do puppies really work?

Campus mental health – do puppies really work?

It’s no secret there’s a high prevalence of mental health issues among post-secondary students across the country. Though most colleges and universities offer mental health services, they need to do more work determining whether those services are working, a leading psychiatrist warns.

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Sault College athletes get mental health assist

Sault College athletes get mental health assist

Being a student athlete is “not easy” for Arvid Grewal. He balances school demands in addition to working night shifts several days a week and playing basketball at Sault College. “I’m not complaining, but it’s tough,” he said.

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Breaking down barriers to address student mental health needs

Breaking down barriers to address student mental health needs

At Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont., a “Caring Campus Project” is working to reduce risks associated with poor mental health and substance misuse among first-year male students while also creating a more supportive campus environment.

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Laurentian Leads the Way in Mental Health Programming for International Students

Laurentian Leads the Way in Mental Health Programming for International Students

International students at Laurentian University now have unprecedented access to 24/7 mental wellness counselling in their language of choice. Laurentian is the first university in Ontario to implement the keep.me SAFE program by guard.me, the industry’s leading mental health support program for international students.

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