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UHS Wellness Council
The UHS Wellness Council is a rapidly growing sub-council dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of the student body. We focus on promoting mental, physical, emotional, social and spiritual health through creative and informative ways. Our council’s mission is to make a positive impact on our students by ensuring that students feel supported through the school community.
Within our first year, we’ve launched initiatives such as our mental health board, where we got other students to share thoughts, compliments, and ways to help each other. We raised $100 in a raffle for Eva’s place ( a local youth homeless shelter); held online initiatives (like our 30-day wellness challenge); and much more!
If you’d like to learn more about what we do or how you can get involved with the council, feel free to reach out! Our Council does a google meet every Wednesday from 3:15pm to 4pm.
Maggie Yuan, President:​
TBD, Co-Vice President: 
TBD, Co-Vice President: 
Ms. Farwell,Teacher Supervisor:
What is Wellness? - Global Wellness Institute 
Your mental health is important! It is vital to be mindful of your well-being and to take good care of yourself. Below are some mental health resources to assist your needs:
Call 911 if there is an imminent safety risk.
In a crisis contact:
310-COPE: 905-310-COPE (2673) or 1-855-310-COPE (2673) - available 24/7
KidsHelpPhone: 1-800-668-6868, text 686868 - available 24/7  Mental Health Helpline: 1-866-531-2600 - available 24/7 

Other supports: This is the YRDSB site for various Community and Mental Health Supports, detailed information is provided about each support. Family Services of York Region 905-895-2371 or 1-888-223-3999 York Hills Centre for Children, Youth and Families 905-503-9561 Kinark Child and Family Services 1-888-454-6275 Cedar Centre 905-853-3040 Hong Fook Mental Health Association 416-493-4242
Black Youth Helpline: 1-833-294-8650 Canadian Mental Health Association Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Children’s Mental Health Ontario Teen Mental Health School Mental Health Ontario (tips for students, parents and educators)  BounceBack is a free, guided self-help program that’s effective in helping people aged 15 and up who are experiencing mild-to-moderate anxiety or depression, or may be feeling low, stressed, worried, irritable or angry.
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