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School Climate & Student Well-Being Services

Resources


For Students

Anxiety

Anxiety Disorders Association of Canada (website)

Anxiety BC –Resources, Results, Relief (website)

Worry Wise Kids Organization  (website)

The Psychology Foundation of Canada (website)

Anxiety Coach (website)

ementalhealth.ca
This website provides mental health information sheets on a wide variety of topics of interest to youth, and also provides screening tools.

Injury Outreach & Support (SIOS) (website)
As part of a collaboration between the University of Guelph and McGill University, Injury Outreach & Support (SIOS) is a non-profit outreach initiative providing information and resources about self-injury to those who self-injure, those who have recovered, and those who want to help.

Kids Help Phone (website)
Phone and web counselling for youth under the age of 20. Support is free, 24/7, anonymous and confidential.

Kids Mental Health (website)

This Children’s Mental Health Ontario website is a great place to view news about the mental health of students, upcoming events and contests.

Mind your Mind (website)
This is a place for youth and emerging adults to access info, resources and tools during tough times. Help yourself. Help each other. Share what you live and know.

Self-Injury Outreach & Support (SIOS) (website)

Mental Health at School (website)

The website is a good place to connect people to mental health and addictions programs, services and resources in their communities.

 

For Parents

Centre of Knowledge on Healthy Child Development (website)
This website provides information pamphlets on a range of mental health topics including resiliency and mental health problems.

Children’s Mental Health Ontario (website)
For parents and families wanting to learn more about mental health and well-being, signs and symptoms, when to get help and specific mental illnesses. Also lists books to share with children.

ementalhealth.ca (website)
This website provides mental health information sheets on a wide variety of topics of interest to youth, and also provides screening tools.

Iris the Dragon (website)

A series of books designed to provide information and reduce stigma about child and youth mental illnesses.

http://cpri.ca/content/home/home.aspx (website)

This website provides list of multiple books and resources for parents and children.

Mental Health at School (website)

The website is a good place to connect people to mental health and addictions programs, services and resources in their communities.

Ontario Ministry of Education - https://www.edu.gov.on.ca/childcare/positive.html

Think, Feel, Act: Lessons From Research about Young Children - Positive Relationships and Brain Development

Children's experiences of positive, caring and responsive interactions have a significant impact on the brain and children's learning, development, health and well-being. Read the research brief to reflect on your practices and think about ways you can build strong relationships and connections with children.

Self-Injury Outreach & Support (SIOS) (website)

As part of a collaboration between the University of Guelph and McGill University, Injury Outreach & Support (SIOS)  is a non-profit outreach initiative providing information and resources about self-injury to those who self-injure, those who have recovered, and those who want to help.

The ABC’s of Mental Health (website)
This website provides information related to different mental health concerns, according to developmental ages. Also provides information to help determine the level of concern (green-yellow or red).

Triple P - Positive Parenting Program (website)

For Educators

All Kinds of Minds (website)

All Kinds of Minds joins with others to support teachers and provide opportunities for teachers to build their expertise in how students learn and put that knowledge into practice and to recognize that each student has a unique learning profile that reflects his or her particular learning strengths, weaknesses, and affinities.

Centre of Knowledge on Healthy Child Development (website)
This website provides information pamphlets on a range of mental health topics including resiliency and mental health problems.

Children’s Mental Health Ontario (website)
For parents and families wanting to learn more about mental health and well-being, signs and symptoms, when to get help and specific mental illnesses. Also lists books to share with children.

FAS/ONE - Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder – Ontario Network of Expertise (website)

FASD is an umbrella term describing the range of effects that can occur in an individual whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy. These effects may include physical, mental health, behavioural and learning disabilities with lifelong implications. The FASD Ontario Network of Expertise (FASD ONE) works to respond to emerging issues, changing environment, and available resources by focusing on priorities related to gaps or challenges associated with this complex disability.

Mental Health at School (website)

To help students with mental health or addiction challenges thrive at school, remain in school, or successfully transition back to school, school boards and Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) across the province have partnered through the Mental Health and Addictions (MHAN) Initiative.  This website is a community resource created through the MHAN initiative to help teachers, students, parents, and providers find local services that can help.

Mind your Mind Pro  (website)
This website provides a information and resources to support your work in student mental health, including a toolkit for professionals and youth engagement strategies.

Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health  (website)
This website offers a diverse collection of tools, services, products and training to help professionals find, use and share evidence that will improve outcomes on the front line of care. Mental health literacy, youth engagement, webinars and learning modules are all available at this site.

Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services (website)
This website provides all the policy and program information regarding children and youth services.

Ontario Ministry of Education - https://www.edu.gov.on.ca/childcare/positive.html

Think, Feel, Act: Lessons From Research about Young Children - Positive Relationships and Brain Development

Children's experiences of positive, caring and responsive interactions have a significant impact on the brain and children's learning, development, health and well-being. Read the research brief to reflect on your practices and think about ways you can build strong relationships and connections with children.

School Mental Health ASSIST (website)
School Mental Health ASSIST is a provincial team designed to help Ontario school boards to build capacity to support student mental health and well-being, through effective implementation of research based programs and strategies. Related resources such as a mental health awareness webinar, an educators ’ guide called Supporting Minds, and an administrators guide called Leading Mentally Health Schools  are all available. 

 

Community Resources

Information, help and support is available from the following organizations

Mental Health Helpline
Addictions Centre 613.969.0077
Canadian Centre for Child Protection
Canadian Centre for Child Protection
Children's Mental Health Ontario
Canadian Mental Health Association: 613.969.8874
Children and Youth Services Network
Checkered Flags
Children and Youth Services Network
Children and Youth Services Network
Children's Mental Health Services Children’s Mental Health Services: 613.966.3100
CRISIS Line
CRISIS: 613.310.6736 (613.310.OPEN)
Kids Help Phone Kids Help Phone: 1.800.668.6868
Mental Health at school

Mental Health at School

CRISIS Line
Mental Health Services Crisis Line: 613.962.7227
Canadian Centre for Child Protection
Need Help Now: 1-800-668-6868
Children and Youth Services Network Parent Child and Youth Clinic 613.969.7400
TextEd
TextEd: 1-800-668-6868
Youthab
Youth Habilitation Quinte 513.969.0830

 



Quick Links

Mental Health Strategy (pdf)

School Climate & Student Well-Being Organizational Chart (pdf)

Contact Us

Laina Andrews, Superintendent of Education

Phone: 1 613 966-1170 x2535
Email: lsandrews@hpedsb.on.ca

Donalda Simmons, Mental Health Leader

Phone: 1 613 966-1170 x2121
Email: dsimmons@hpedsb.on.ca

Linda MacDonald, Administrative Assistant

Phone: 1 613 966-1170 x2308
Email: lmacdonald@hpedsb.on.ca

Michelle Hicks, Secretary

Phone: 1 613 966-1170 x2313
Email:mlhicks@hpedsb.on.ca

 



 

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