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The governments of Ontario and Manitoba are offering their AbilitiCBT Anxiety, Depression and Anxiety (Pandemic) programs for free to all residents age 16 or older.
Across Boundaries Resources
Across Boundaries has developed a collection of resources for addressing various issues such as anti-racism, mental health and anti-oppression.
Anti-Asian Racism Resources
There has been a surge in anti-Asian racism linked to the COVID-19 pandemic. The University of Toronto Scarborough Library has created a reading list on anti-Asian racism, and the Office of Student Experience & Wellbeing has gathered a number of resources including research, videos, podcasts and more to explore.
Art Museum Programs
Art Museum programs address special issues and broader topics that are relevant to critical concerns in contemporary culture, connecting your academic world to the broader community.
Art Museum Virtual Spotlights
Artists and writers respond to Art Museum's collections, exhibitions, and projects, boldly addressing the critical issues of our time.
Be Safe App
Be Safe is a mobile app that aims to help young adults make a decision about seeking help in a crisis.
BounceBack® is a free skill-building program managed by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).
Brains: Journey to Resilience
Learn about the resilience scale in this scientifically rigorous (and cinematically epic) video created by the Alberta Family Wellness Initiative in consultation with the FrameWorks Institute and the Harvard Center on the Developing Child.
We all have stuff that can start to weigh us down. It might be the pressure of school, work, relationships or just about anything. Or maybe it's the feeling of always having to be someone you're not.
BreathingRoom is an app and program that helps you relax and connect with yourself. It gives you videos to watch, exercises and visualizations to try, music to listen to and even movie and book suggestions. It might be just what you need to figure things out and start building the life you really want.