Community Care Durham is creating new training and education through on-demand webinars and workshops
Community Care Durham’s COPE Mental Health Program is launching a survey to help guide the creation of new content geared towards post-secondary students.
COPE is in the pilot stage of creating community training and education through on-demand webinars and workshops to post-secondary students, on a variety of topics. The topics will include: managing test anxiety, mental health 101: overview and coping strategies, managing living on-campus, managing stress, mindfulness, and meditation and much more!
The short survey takes approximately one minute to complete. All responses will be kept confidential and only be used for gathering statistical information.
“In order to offer students professional development opportunities, we need to hear what’s important to them so we can gear programming to meet their needs and learning styles,” said Angela DeVries, Supervisor, Mental Health and Wellness.
The COPE (Creating Opportunities for Personal Excellence) Mental Health Program is a unique community-based mental health service that offers group support to adults aged 16 and older, with emotional and/or mental health concerns. Further, COPE offers life skills groups and specialized workshops, which has been consistently expanding. To learn more about our programming, please visit: https://www.communitycaredurham.on.ca/services/cope/.
For more information about COPE, or to participate in the survey visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6TXKQSM.
The survey closes Nov. 30.