Self-care tool kit
The Opportunity Project has partnered with a group of psychology students from Cape Breton University to develop a Self-Care Tool Kit
"The goal of this project is to provide a universal
self-care toolkit and workshop that can be moulded to any audience and is accessible to the public through organizations and online.
Our inspiration comes from the significance self-care plays in mental and physical wellness and the lack of generalized resources available."
This Self-Care Toolkit can also be found at sexualhealthmatters.ca
If you would like to host this toolkit on your website, email email@example.com
As the creators of this document, Team B-Well would like to acknowledge that whilst this information has been gathered and researched extensively, it has not been conducted by licensed practicing mental health professionals.
Our team is comprised of four psychology students currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts in Community Studies Program at Cape Breton University. Our previous experience and skill set include non-profit work, program development, and various mental health training. This self-care toolkit does not contain professional or medical advice. The information provided is meant to be used for general information and educational purposes only, and is not meant to be a substitute for professional advice.
Self-care and mental health are deeply connected. If you or anyone you know are struggling, please reach out to the resources below:
Recommended Phone Numbers
Canadian Crisis line - 1 (888) 353-2273
Crisis Services Canada - 1 (833) 456-4566 OR Text Support (4pm-12am EST)-45645
Kids Help Phone - 1 (800) 668-6868 OR Text “CONNECT” to 686868 (Adult friendly)
Youthspace.ca - (778) 783-0177 (9pm-3am EST)
Canadian Mental Health Association - https://cmha.ca
Kids Help Phone Chat Services - https://kidshelpphone.ca/live-chat/
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health - https://www.camh.ca
Youthspace.ca - Youth Chat (9:00pm-3:00am EST) - www.youthspace.ca