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LMHS – Mental Health and Well-being in School Improvement Planning
Important things to consider, some essential documents and some ideas for beginning school planning related to mental health and well-being are highlighted in this Tip Sheet.
LMHS – Supporting Staff Mental Health and Well-being
Student mental health issues can be overwhelming at times and it is important to remind staff that these feelings are normal and that taking care of ourselves is essential.
LMHS Building Relationships
This Tip Sheet is part of a suite of resources to support Leading a Mentally Healthy School and focuses on the development of meaningful relationships to support mental health.
LMHS Building Staff Capacity
This Tip Sheet is part of a suite of resources to support Leading a Mentally Healthy School and provides key points to consider in your role in building staff capacity.
the BRIEF Spring 2018
Provides updates for school administrators on leading mentally healthy schools.
Overview of Mental Health and Well-Being at School
Developing positive mental health is foundational to student academic achievement, effective life skills, and overall well- being.
New Info-Sheet on Opioid Misuse
School Mental Health ASSIST has developed a series of Info-Sheets on the topic of prescription opioid misuse, including a focus on fentanyl.
Be sure to visit the great website AboutKidsHealth, a health education resource for children, youth and caregivers that is approved by health-care providers at The Hospital for Sick Children. Mental health resources cover well-being, anxiety disorders, mood disorders and much more.
Back-to-School Featured Resource Educator Info-Sheet on Helping Students to Manage Anxiety
Educators know that students will face anxiety at times. Usually, these feelings are helpful for students. However, when feelings of fear and worry last for a long time, are exaggerated, or occur without a real threat, anxiety can be a problem. Educators have an important role in helping students maintain a healthy level of anxiety.