Center for Collegiate Mental Health
The Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH) is a multidisciplinary, Practice-Research-Network (PRN) focused on providing information on the mental health of college students. CCMH connects practice, research, and technology to benefit students, mental health providers, administrators, researchers, and the public.
Through the collaborative efforts of over 550 college and university counselling centers and supportive organizations, CCMH has been able to build one of the largest databases on college student mental health. CCMH also actively develops clinical tools, reports, and research using this data.
Healthy Minds Network
Based at the University of Michigan and Boston University, The Healthy Minds Network for Research on Adolescent and Young Adult Mental Health (HMN) is led by a multi-disciplinary team of scholars from public health, education, medicine, psychology, and information sciences, many of whom are affiliated with the University’s Comprehensive Depression Center. HMN aims to improve the mental and emotional well-being of young people through innovative, multidisciplinary scholarship. HMN addresses the connection between the mental health of adolescents and young adults and their health behaviours, physical health, and social, educational, and economic outcomes. Through an array of research projects, the network serves as a resource for secondary and higher education administrators, researchers, clinicians, policymakers, and the public.
INLIGHT: Student Mental Health Research
INLIGHT is a collaborative research initiative at the University of Toronto dedicated to improving student mental health and wellness through conducting, supporting, and scaling high-quality and impactful research. INLIGHT engages post-secondary students, faculty, staff, and administrators in collaborative work aimed at enhancing and positively changing campus mental health and wellness.
Network for Improvement and Innovation in College Mental Health
The Network for Improvement and Innovation in College Mental Health (NIICH) aims to catalyze a collective of diverse individuals, institutions of higher education, and entities working together in pursuit of the best overall health for college students through innovation and quality improvement. NIICH is a learning network for facilitating the testing of new approaches to achieving better results, co-creation of innovations, and rapid spread of key learnings. The network offers a range of engaging resources and educational activities focused on: quality improvement methods; using data and measurement to drive improvement efforts; and effective approaches to leading teams, overcoming barriers, and facilitating change.
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Orygen: The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health
Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health’s primary work is to: Deliver cutting-edge research, policy development, innovative clinical services, and evidence-based training and education to ensure that there is continuous improvement in the treatments and care provided to young people experiencing mental ill-health.
U-Flourish Centre for Student Mental Health Research
U-Flourish Centre for Student Mental Health Research is a collaborative research initiative between the Department of Psychiatry and Queen’s University, in partnership with the Rossy Foundation. The U-Flourish Centre is dedicated to improving student mental health and wellness through high-quality and impactful research. The U-Flourish Centre engages post-secondary students, faculty, staff, and administrators to collaboratively work towards positively changing campus mental health and wellness, and aligning Queen’s University to the National Standard.
SMaRteN: Student Mental Health Research Network
SMaRteN is a national research network funded by UK Research and Innovation, led by King’s College London, focusing on Student Mental Health in Higher Education. Working with researchers with a range of expertise and key stakeholders across the Higher Education sector, we aim to improve the understanding of student mental health.