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When it comes to mental health in federal workplaces, whether you are working from home or on site, every action counts—big or small. Members of the Bell Let's Talk team and senior public service leaders will share their experiences and offer tips on how to move from raising awareness to taking concrete steps to make Government of Canada workplaces psychologically healthier and safer. The School is testing a new, more user-friendly way to register for events. Please submit your registration details in the form below. You will receive additional information, including a webcast link, before the event.
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Although a campus wide in-person gathering is unable to happen this year, there are plenty of ways to engage and find support in your UCalgary community. Here are a few ideas on how to take part. Take an extended lunch break if you can, and virtually attend the screening on Thursday with a co-worker, peer, friend, member of your household, or just yourself. Find details and registration here.
Learn more and register here. In addition, Jay Ingram and experts from The Mathison Centre for Mental Health Research and Education and the Hotchkiss Brain Institute discuss the latest research impacting our understanding of Seasonal Affective Disorder — its causes, treatment, and the latest research.
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You can help by providing support, normalizing help-seeking behaviour, and referring them to appropriate resources. Responding with care and concern are critical factors in supporting a healthy campus community.
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Find resources to feel more equipped in responding here. Faculty and staff.
Support for those at risk of domestic or dating violence. Faith and Spirituality Centre. Alberta Health Services Mental Health Help Line This line is a hour, seven-day-a-week confidential service that provides support, information and referrals to Albertans experiencing mental health concerns.
Call Distress Centre Speak to a highly trained volunteer, who will actively listen and provide additional resources if needed. Call or visit them online for chat information. Text between 9 a.
Find information on no-cost walk-in counselling services. Homewood Health for faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars Get immediate crisis support or initiate counselling services by calling select option 1 for crisis. Visit online or call a counsellor at More mental health resources. Togetherall and connect to a clinically moderated online peer-to-peer mental health community. Free to Albertans over the age of Bounceback A free guided self-help program that helps adults and youth age plus learn how to manage low mood, mild-to-moderate depression, anxiety, stress or worry.
Wellness Together Canada Free online resources and supports including immediate text support, information and videos, self-guided mental wellness programs and counselling.
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Our vision is to be a community where we care for each other, learn and talk about mental health and well-being, receive support as needed, and individually and collectively realize our full potential. Find support and connect to the strategy.
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It may also appear on our UCalgary social media channels. Post your own content on social media about mental health and wellness this Thursday, adding the two hashtags UCalgary BellLetsTalk. If your is public, your message will pull into an online digital wall on Bell Let's Talk Day Jan. On campus Jan. Find messages of care spread around campus as you navigate your way to work and classes. Reach out to a friend, colleague, or loved one Think someone you know may be in distress?
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Support is always available with these UCalgary resources: Faculty and staff Staff Wellness: Faith and Spirituality Centre Learn more about their growing online engagement options Need to talk to someone now? Learn more Bell Let's Talk events.
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