Students' Mental Health Resources
For additional resources and information, go to the entry on Mental Health in the General resource section.
Resources for practitioners
Building Better Mental Health in Children and Youth: A BCTF Webinar.
What do we know about children and youth mental health and substance use?
Why does keeping students connected to school improve health and education outcomes, and how do we keep students connected?
How serious are eating disorders, and what causes them in children and youth?
What key tips would you offer to teachers and parents in terms of addressing and supporting students’ mental health?
BCTF Teaching to Diversity:
Classroom techniques and case studies page
Dalai Lama ‘Heart-Mind’ program
Healthy Minds, Healthy People: A Ten-year plan to Mental Health and Substance Abuse in BC
Winners of Ontario's 2011
"Change the View" video contest
School Mental Health Package
also available at
The Healthy Aboriginal Network
Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre: General Resources
Links to organization and resource sites in British Columbia
Links to organizations and resource sites in Canada
Disclaimer: The creators of this guide are not experts or professionals in mental health. Information and links provided in this guide are meant to serve as examples and suggestions, not as a substitute for the advice of an appropriate health care professional. The services of a competent and qualified professional, such as a physician or mental health professional, should be sought if professional advice is required.
Updated January 2017