You are invited . . . . . . . to join us for conversations about healthy living!
College is a transitional time and focus on well-being is often overshadowed by school work and many students describe being overwhelmed by all the newness and pressures. In the fall of 2012 Selkirk College embarked on a pilot program on healthy eating and living. With funding provided by a provincial organization called Healthy Minds/ Healthy Campuses we cooked, ate together and explored what it means to stay well while being a college student.
And then, in Januray 2014, with funding from Columbia Basin Trust Youth Grants http://www.cbt.org/ we started Dinner Basket Conversations where groups can cook and eat a meal together and have a facilitated discussion that explores experiences and values around substance use.
Building a culture of belonging and well-being, one conversation at a time.
Now, we are delighted to invite the post-secondary communities around B.C. to join the conversation.
Send us your reflections, articles, recipes, videos and suggestions on how to stay balanced and healthy as a student!
Healthy Minds/Healthy Campuses – A community of practice to promote campus mental health.