Mental Health Awareness Week

Monday, October 7

Resource Fair
Place Riel, North Concourse
10 am-1 pm

  • Games, snacks, and lot’s of resources pertaining to mental health
  • Self-care booth where we do Henna
  • Popcorn and slushies
  • Information on mental health as well as resources

Self Care Night
Wellness Centre, Marquis Room 104
5-7 pm
Games and snacks! Meet other people, and just have a chill evening.

Tuesday, October 8

International Students and Mental Health
Place Riel, North Concourse
Information on some of the things international students have to deal with when coming to another country.

  • Culture Shock
  • Parental Pressures
  • Stigma
  • Financial Pressures
  • Loneliness
  • And a lot more

Culture Shock Workshop
ISAAC Room 70.4 Lower Place Riel
4:30- 6:00 pm
We will be providing pizza!

Being an International student and coming from another country can be tough. Whether it be trying to adjust to Canadian culture or trying to feel accepted, culture shock can affect one’s experience and mental health while living abroad. Join us for some information. Food and wonderful discussions around what culture shock looks like and listen to the experiences of other international students. You don’t have to be an international student to come, everyone is welcome! 70.4 lower Place Riel, ISAAC Training room. Register on the link to let us know if you are coming! It is completely free! Food will be provided!

Register here  

Facebook Event 

Wednesday, October 9

Men’s Health and Resources on LGBTQ+ Mental Health
Place Riel, North Concourse

Thursday, October 10

Harm Reduction
Place Riel, North Concourse

Information on harm reduction, mental health, and addictions.

Harm Reduction through the Medicine Wheel
Arts 213
1:30-3:30 pm

Facilitated by Lauryn Kronick, Education & Prevention Coordinator, AIDS Saskatoon (pronouns: they/them)
What is harm reduction and how can we apply this to our daily lives? In this interactive workshop, we’ll talk about how to apply harm reduction practices in our communities and how to use it for ourselves. We will be exploring harm reduction through the Medicine Wheel model with a focus on mental health, communities of care and support, stigma, and more. There will be a Powerpoint presentation in addition to small group break-out discussions with handout activities.

Friday, October 11

The Biology of Mental Health
Place Riel, North Concourse

Information and displays on invisible disabilities

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