Topics

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Programming Information

We use a harm-reduction model to educate students on the short-term and long-term effects of alcohol, cannabis and other substances. We also educate students on safer partying practices, serving sizes and harm reduction methods and guidelines when using substances. In our programming we often use interactive goggles to simulate the visual effects of alcohol and cannabis to spark discussion around alcohol and drug use.

Program Offerings: Tell us what kind of alcohol & other drugs training you would like to receive in FW 2020-21. Fill out this survey today.

For all upcoming events click here 

Resources:
For a list of on and off campus resources, click here

Mental Health

Programming Information

We all have mental health, just like we all have physical health. Our team uses a destigmatizing approach to educate students on mental health. We cover a wide range of topics including depression and  anxiety, stress, mental illness, and burnout.

We also offer more in-depth training on crisis support such as our Student Mental Health 101 and our suicide prevention programs found here.

Program Offerings: Tell us what kind of mental-health training you would like to receive in FW 2020-21. Fill out this survey today.

For all upcoming events click here 

Resources:
For a list of on and off campus resources, click here

Nutrition

Programming Information

Through our nutrition programming, we aim to help students develop good eating habits by offering practical tips that is great for a busy lifestyle. We educate students on Canada’s food guide, the importance of micro and macro nutrients, and teach students how to read nutrition labels. We also offer tips and guidance on how to incorporate healthy eating into a student lifestyle and budget.

Program Offerings: Tell us what kind of nutrition programming that you would like to participate in FW 2020-21. Fill out this survey today.

For all upcoming events click here 

Resources:
For a list of on and off campus resources, click here

Physical Health

Programming Information

Physical health is an important part of your overall well being and York has many supports available to students such as athletic facilities and walking trails.

Program Offerings: Tell us what kind of physical health and sleep training you would like to receive in FW 2020-21. Fill out this survey today.

For all upcoming events click here 

Resources:
For a list of on and off campus resources, click here

Sexual Health

Programming Information

We use an inclusive sex-positive approach to educate students on a variety of sexual health related topics to help them make informed choices. We focus on contraceptive use, healthy relationships, and sexually transmitted infections. When we are operational again, we would like to continue to offer safer sex supplies to students to promote the use of contraceptives through our Wellness Hub and online form

Program Offerings: Tell us what kind of sexual health training that you would like to participate in FW 2020-21. Fill out this survey today.

For all upcoming events click here 

Resources:
For a list of on and off campus resources, click here

Sleep

Programming Information

Through our physical health related programming, we aim to help students better understand the physical, emotional and mental benefits of physical health including sleep! We educate students on how sleep impacts academics and busting common myths by providing practical ways to develop a sleep routine. We also have creative body-based mindfulness strategies we like to offer.

Program Offerings: Tell us what kind of sexual health training that you would like to participate in FW 2020-21. Fill out this survey today.

For all upcoming events click here 

Resources:
For a list of on and off campus resources, click here