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Access tools and resources to help you in leading mentally healthy schools. Advance student mental health each day with tools to help with effective mental health programming and support decisions.

Assess Your School

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Understand your current state in order to plan for improvement. Use our reflection tools to assess your school or board and evaluate your progress.

Planning Tools

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Reviewing and assessing strengths, gaps, resources, and initiatives is an important part of the school planning process. This is equally true for school mental health planning. Find guidance and tools to help you create, implement and measure growth toward your mental health goals.

Decision Support Tools

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It can be hard to know what to do in certain situations. Use our decision support tools to help you with critical decisions about student mental health.

Circle of Support

Principal walking with three students down the school hallway. There are two students to the left of the principal and one to the right. The principal is smiling at the student to the right who is talking and resting a hand on the back of the first student to the left. There are school doors behind them. Screen reader support enabled. Principal walking with three students down the school hallway. There are two students to the left of the principal and one to the right. The principal is smiling at the student to the right who is talking and resting a hand on the back of the first student to the left. There are school doors behind them.

Schools are part of a community-wide system of care. Find resources to map the processes and procedures for your school board or school so staff know how to help students in need.

Need help now?

We don’t provide mental health advice, counselling or treatment. If you or someone you know is in crisis, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department. You can also reach out to Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868.