Mental health professionals who work with and support youth and families living with mental health issues draw upon a vast toolbox of resources. How to break down these resource silos and facilitate the exchange of this knowledge between organizations is the genesis of Umind.
Jan 18, 2017
What's New On Umind? Jan 2017
Dec 23, 2016
Kids' Health Links Foundation Year In Review
Oct 25, 2016
Mohawk College Partnership Expands Access to Child & Youth Mental Health Resources for Students and Faculty
Sep 8, 2016
10 Reasons to Love the Shiny, New Umind Website:
Jan 18, 2017-Mar 21, 2017
Refugee Mental Health Online Course: Focus on Syrian Refugees (Training)
Feb 28, 2017-Feb 28, 2017
Promising and Established Practices for Family Caregiver Engagement: Family Caregiver Community of Interest Webinar 1 (Webinar)
Mar 24, 2017-Mar 24, 2017
Wisdom2Action: From Trauma to Resilience (CYCC) (Workshop)
Links child and youth mental health professionals to one another and the resources they need to support children, youth, and families living with mental health issues
Results in less time spent developing effective programs and searching for promising interventions and more time directly servicing children and youth and their families.
Offers learning opportunities via webinars tackling relevant issues presented by leaders within the child and youth mental health profession.
Promotes collaboration and learning across programs, agencies, and front-line staff.
Provides registered Umind members with access to 800+ practical tools and promising interventions.
Creates a network of child and youth mental health professionals to share insights and ideas.
Registered Umind members have access to over 800 practical tools and promising interventions, plus a network of child and youth mental health professionals.
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