Let's #GETLOUD for Mental Health Week!

Dear Community of Practice Members,

We are pleased to share with you a unique opportunity to connect with other members in our community to discuss cannabis use on campus.  Healthy Minds | Healthy Campuses and the Changing the Culture of Substance Use Project would like to invite you to join the discussion! Building upon and deepening the conversation initiated by the webinar "Putting the Pieces Together: Low Risk Cannabis Use on Campus," we would like to offer an opportunity for our community members to convene in an open dialogue on key topics around cannabis use on campus.
We hope to shed some light on some of the most challenging questions we face when it comes to the issue of low risk cannabis use on campus, while integrating our understanding of these issues into a broader dialogue of health, wellness and health promotion.
Each dialogue session will follow a unique format intended to answer many of your questions we are already aware of, while offering the opportunity for other voices to be heard.  With the intention to create a nonjudgmental, open space where we can hear and respect each other's opinions, this will be a chance to develop each of our perspectives on what can be a dividing topic for many.
Please join us to work towards clearing the air on cannabis use!




What is "low risk cannabis use?": Situating risk while recognizing benefits.

Cannabis in campus residence: How can we manage it better?
Campus cannabis policy: How can we regulate use for medical and other purposes?


Mental Health Week

From May 4-10th, we are recognizing and celebrating the Canadian Mental Health Association's 64th Annual Mental Health Week.  We all have mental health, just as we all have physical health. Mental health is more than the absence of mental illness. It’s a state of well-being.  

This week, let's all #GETLOUD for mental health!

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