This webinar will take a deep dive into the recommendations made in the report and the process by which they were developed. This includes learnings from the Campus Assessment Tool pilot, a participatory research project that saw students assess their campus mental health systems and understand/address their associated strengths and gaps.
Jan 23, 2020 | Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health, The Jed Foundation
Sep 10, 2019 | Jack.org
The Campus Assessment Tool (CAT) is a five-part, youth-led participatory research tool designed to support the advocacy work of student-run Jack Chapters. Ten post-secondary chapters across Canada were invited to take part in this pilot project, which launched in December 2018. The CAT guides young people through a process of understanding how their campus communities serve, protect, and promote youth mental health.