Health Promotion

Professional staff offer wellness coaching appointments to any student interested in changing a health behaviour.  We also provide meaningful volunteer experiences to 80 students through the Peer Health Educator, Peer Wellness Navigator and Campus Observation Room programs. Health Promotion work is also supported through student practicum placements and several part-time, paid student opportunities each year.

We are located in the Gregory David and Neil Rossy Health Promotion Hub, room 120 in Mitchell Hall.  Find out how to contact us.

 

Wellness Coaching Appointment

Book or cancel a professional or peer wellness coaching appointment.

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Other Supports and Resources

On- and off-campus options

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Groups, Events, and Trainings

Learn skills to improve your health and well-being and to support others. 

Register for Groups, Events, and Trainings

Student-led Initiatives

Wellness outreach initiatives led by peer volunteers.

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Campus Observation Room (COR)

On campus non-medical detox service for intoxicated students.

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CampusWell

An online health and wellness magazine created with you in mind.

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Upcoming Events

Sep

30

Friday

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Multi-Day Event
128 Queen's Crescent (in Chez Lenny, across from Leonard dining hall)

Campus Observation Room (COR)

Oct

01

Saturday

green circles with Campus Observation Room text and logo
Multi-Day Event
128 Queen's Crescent (in Chez Lenny, across from Leonard dining hall)

Campus Observation Room (COR)

Oct

04

Tuesday

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11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Online

Online Suicide Alertness Training

Empower Me  
Free 24/7 mental health and wellness support

TAO – Therapy Assistance Online
Free self-directed wellness tool

Queen's Home Kitchen
Bringing people together and fostering a sense of community by connecting through food

 

 

 

Gregory David and Neil Rossy Health Promotion Hub 

In grateful recognition of Gregory J. David (Com'89) and Neil G. Rossy (Artsci'92) and their
demonstrated commitment to helping students improve their wellbeing and engage in healthier lifestyles.