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Announcement of New My Wellness Passport Sites in Ontario: An initiative of Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario (YWHO)

We are proud to launch My Wellness Passport, YWHO’s new data collection platform. 10 health and wellness sites across Ontario will be implementing this platform and apply measurement-based care within health and wellness services for youth aged 12 to 25 years. The 10 new sites are known as My Wellness Passport sites.

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Youth Wellness Quest

CAMH’s National Youth Action Council is launching the #YouthWellnessQuest, a go-to guide for #MentalHealth information created by youth for youth. Learn more about what kind of support may be right for you and so much more.

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CAMH, YWHO, ACCESS Open Minds and Foundry launch first-of-its kind initiative to help young people with mental health challenges find employment

In order to help support vulnerable young people through this challenging time, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health’s (CAMH) Margaret and Wallace McCain Centre for Child, Youth and Family Mental Health, ACCESS Open Minds, Foundry and Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario are proud to launch a new initiative that incorporates personalized employment services into integrated support teams across Canada.

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Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario expands virtual youth mental health services with support from RBC Future Launch

Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario (YWHO) will digitally expand its existing network of 10 hubs to help thousands of young people access mental health resources wherever they are, and whenever they need them. The expansion is taking place thanks to a $1 million gift from RBC Foundation.

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Resilience 101: How Going Virtual Helps You Access Services and Support

The prolonged disruption to routines, the cancellation of milestone events and the challenge of accessing social services have contributed to the unique struggles facing Ontario youth during the pandemic. Virtual services are helping young people build resilience and access one-on-one support.

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Journeying along the river: Reaching out for support

As you go through your wellness journey, you will continue to add pieces to your bundle along the way. Even if it’s a struggle to find the support you need, there is help out there.

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Building your medicine bundle: Understanding your mental health journey

Some communities use the Medicine Wheel to show how different areas of our well-being are connected and are equally important

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YWHO Featured in News

Browse through articles where YWHO was featured, that highlight youth mental health during the global pandemic.

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Student loan repayment to be suspended until September 30th, 2020

Are you a student? Have you been affected by COVID-19 and are concerned about repaying your student loans? Here’s a bit of good news!

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Comprehensive listing of income support in the wake of COVID-19

This document lists several income support programs that may be available to Ontario residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. This resource is also available in French.

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The Mental Health Strategy for Canada: A Youth Perspective

The Mental Health Commission of Canada’s Youth Council (YC) came up with the idea to rewrite or “translate,” from a youth perspective, Changing Directions,  Changing Lives: The Mental Health Strategy for Canada. The youth rewrote all six strategic directions, drawing on personal experiences to make sense of a large policy document and turn it into […]

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Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health Resource Hub

The Ontario Centre for Child and Youth Mental Health has a collection of resources that is designed to help practitioners and organizational leaders use the best available evidence to provide the best possible care. Take a look around.

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News Release: Ontario Expanding Mental Health and Addictions Support for Youth

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Ontario is investing in six new youth wellness hubs to help more youth access the mental health and addictions services they need. Through these new integrated hubs, up to 12,000 young people who are experiencing mental health or addictions challenges will get the support they need.

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