Below are tools and resources to support students and incorporate mental health and wellness information into your department or program.
We encourage staff and faculty to download the above infographic "A Quick Guide to Student Wellness". The downloadable version also includes a table of key resources to use when referring students. For more severe and urgent concerns, you can consult with the Student Counselling Centre or submit a Care Alert to notify the University of Windsor Assessment and Care Team who will follow up with the student to develop a personal care plan.
For more information on supporting students, explore the resources below.
Download the MySSP poster-sized for Xerox 8.5x11 pages. The poster includes the QR code which can be scanned by any cell phone camera to easily download the app. Use this poster in your office and post it online. Learn more about MySSP here.
The Wellness Resources sheet provides a list of campus and community mental health and wellness resources that can be printed and distributed to students/faculty/staff or shared digitally through classroom platforms such as Blackboard or social media channels.
Walk Through Wellness is an infographic to help students understand when and how to access mental health and wellness resources on campus. This can be printed and distributed to students or shared digitally through classroom platforms such as Blackboard or social media channels.
This Blackboard post provides a brief message with key mental health and wellness resources. Ideal for sharing digitally through classroom platforms such as Blackboard or social media channels.
This 8 slide PowerPoint presentation provides information on key mental health and wellness resources. This can be presented at orientations, the beginning of class, and as a refresher during midterms and finals. The slides are designed to be read aloud for easy incorporation into any presentation.
The Student Counselling Centre website provides more information on how to identify students in distress, support students with their mental health, refer students to mental health resources, and address classroom trauma.
More Feet on the Ground is a resource from the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health which provides videos to help faculty and staff learn to recognize, respond, and refer students in distress.
Course Curriculum, Presentations, & Training
To learn how to incorporate wellness into your classroom or program, request presentations, and find out more information regarding training opportunities, contact the Wellness Outreach Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.