Join a free webinar and learn how you can use the Ontario Common Assessment of Need (OCAN) to inform the services you deliver.
Date: May 28, 2015
Time: 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm (EST)
The stigma, or shame, associated with mental illness often keeps people from seeking help for their mental health and/or substance use concerns. This stigma is sometimes the result of shame about having a mental health concern or of other people’s negative perceptions of those who seek mental health services.
Join the next EENet webinar — a French-language event. This program will answer the questions:
- Why do some programs achieve the expected results and others don’t ?
- Why do some programs lose their effectiveness over time ?
- What exactly is “implementation science”?
In 2013, the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) released Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines to help Canadians moderate their alcohol consumption and reduce their immediate and long-term alcohol-related harms.
On March 25, 2015, a webinar was held titled, “Speaking your language: Promoting mental health awareness and support for international students and those new to Canada.”
How do you convince a teenager to participate in a program with his or her parents? And how do you convince parents to participate in a skills-building program with their teenage children?
You’ve probably heard – 1 in 5 Ontario children/youth have a mental health issue.
Is that number still true? We don’t know. That number came from the last Ontario Child Health Study, conducted in 1983. Thirty years ago the world was a very different place.
E-cigarettes are becoming increasingly popular due to the marketing of their health benefits over regular cigarettes. E-cigarettes are commonly marketed and sold over the Internet. This is an important factor to consider because youth generally spend more time online than older generations. Therefore, the potential impact on youth of the availability of e-cigarettes on the internet is worth examining.