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Ask The Experts: Promising Programs and Practices to Support Students' Mental Health in Residence

Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health (CICMH)

Wednesday, 4 March 2015 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST)

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Ask the Experts: Promising Programs and Practices to Support Students in Residence

When: Wednesday March 4th from 1:00pm to 2:00pm EST

Presenters:

Michelle DeIrish, MEd, CCC                                                                                                                                    Project Lead, Campus Mental Health Partnerships: Centennial College

Mike Porritt, EdS
Member, Board of Directors, The Ontario Association of College and University Housing Officers

Freeman Woolnough,MEd, CCC                                                                                                                      Residence Outreach Counsellor, Queen's Univerisity


After the webinar: CICMH is offering campus mental health partners an opportunity to pose questions about legal issues relating to student mental health in residence. 
 
WeirFoulds LLP is a regional law firm with expertise in a number of areas, including privacy and human rights.  It has acted for, and advised, a number of Ontario post-secondary institutions on a wide range of matters, including student mental health. Farah Malik, who practices law at WeirFoulds LLP, will answer questions submitted to CICMH via e-mail to info@campusmentalhealth.ca
 
Some sample questions may include:
 

  • What information, if any, can be shared with a concerned parent?
  • What information can be shared with law enforcement authorities?
  • Do College and University residences have a duty to accommodate the needs of students with psychosocial disabilities under the Human Rights Code?

 
Please remember to ensure that all identifiers are removed before submitting questions via e-mail to info@campusmentalhealth.ca. CICMH will accept questions for one week, and will post responses on the CICMH website during the week of March 18th.

 


Ask the Experts Webinar Series is a collaboration with the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health, CAMH Health Promotion Resource Centre & EENet

Have questions about Ask The Experts: Promising Programs and Practices to Support Students' Mental Health in Residence? Contact Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health (CICMH)

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Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health (CICMH)

The Centre for Innovation on Campus Mental Health (CICMH) is a partnership project involving Colleges Ontariothe Council of Ontario Universitiesthe Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliancethe College Student Alliance and the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division.  Its mission is helping Ontario’s colleges and universities enhance capacity to support students’ mental health and wellbeing.

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