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Fanshawe to offer support for students in crisis
From Oct. 21 to Dec. 4, Fanshawe's Counselling and Accessibility Services will be offering Crisis Support for students in need. Read more

Fanshawe and CMHA partner for crisis support centre
For the month of October, Fanshawe students will be able to access the crisis support centre run by Fanshawe's Counselling and Accessibility services with the Canadian Medical Health Association (CMHA). Read more

FSU to host Glow Run and after party
On April 19, the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) is hosting a Glow Run and after party as one of their final events to conclude another semester full of exciting events for students.  Read more

Evening crisis walk-in clinic for students arrives at Fanshawe
Fanshawe's Counselling and Accessibility Services and the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) have collaborated to bring an evening crisis support walk-in clinic to campus. Read more

FSU hosts Disney in Paris Charity Ball
The Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) is always on its game to help and support mental health awareness. Read more

Mental illness: what you should know
According to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), approximately 10-20 per cent of youth are affected by a mental illness or disorder and roughly 49 per cent of people who believe to suffer from depression or anxiety have never visited a doctor about the issue. Read more

How to be a good friend to someone with a mental illness
When someone close to you has a mental illness, it can be hard to know what you can do to help and if there is anything you can do. A lot of people feel the pressure of making their friends feel better which can be a lot of responsibility for one person. Read more

The Welcome Centre at the London Public Library sees immediate success as a mental health resource
A new initiative at the central branch of the London Public Library, called the Welcome Centre, lets individuals speak with mental health workers to learn more about the services available to them in the London community. Read more

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