Taking Positive Action for Student Mental Health
Bell Let’s Talk Day is Thursday, January 28.
Thank you for your continued commitment to promote positive student mental health and for registering your school for Bell Let’s Talk Day.
We applaud the many online initiatives institutions have implemented to promote the importance of student self-care and looking after your mental health. This new Bell Let’s Talk digital toolkit is another element you can use to keep this conversation going, inspire virtual action and promote your school’s student mental health resources.
When it comes to mental health, now more than ever, every action counts!
Click on the links below to access each of the digital toolkit materials and engage students, staff and faculty in the mental health conversation.
Let’s stay safe!
When you take part and take action to show support for mental health, please respect COVID-19 safety protocols. If you are taking photos and sharing them on social media or your website, please ensure that individuals pictured are wearing masks and practicing physical distancing.
Bell Let’s Talk Post-Secondary Digital Toolkit
A fun way for students, faculty and staff to create awareness by capturing selfies and sharing a personalized mental health message.
Activity templates to encourage awareness and self-care
Raise a digital flag to support mental health and start the conversation with your school community.
Host a virtual viewing session for students featuring short films about mental illness, hope and recovery.
Melissa Grelo, Co-Host, CTV’s The Social talks student mental health with Kids Help Phone.
Youth talking to youth about mental health
Join the conversation and Bell will donate 5¢ towards Canadian mental health initiatives.
Materials to help you spread the word with your school community
If you need assistance with the Bell Let’s Talk initiative, email the Bell let’s Talk Team here