School-aged youth are a vulnerable population. They are in a period their lives that is crucial in their mental health development. Canadian youth spend more time in school than anywhere else outside the home. Schools are often challenged to deal with youth mental health, but are seriously under equipped and inadequately supported to handle this responsibility.
The curriculum guide provides a complete set of educational tools to increase understanding of mental health and mental disorders among both students and teachers.
To purchase the guide, visit teenmentalhealth.org.
The Students’ Guide to Mental Health and High School explores some of the issues related to being a teen and experiencing mental health problems and mental illness.The information in this guide is for all teens struggling with mental health problems, whether or not you’ve got an actual diagnosis. The purpose of this guide is to give youth who are having mental health problems some tools to help them get through high school and go on to work or further studies at college or university.
Attending college or university opens up an exciting world of possibilities. It can also be pretty challenging. But if you’re living with a mental illness, you’ve faced challenges before. This resource is designed to make your transition to college or university just a little bit easier. It takes you through all the steps of going to school, providing information and tips for anyone living with a mental illness.