Physical and Health Education Canada
Physical and Health Education Canada (PHE Canada) champions healthy, active kids by promoting and advancing quality health and physical education opportunities and healthy learning environments. Supporting community champions with quality programs and resources, professional development services, and community activation initiatives, PHE Canada inspires all to live healthy, physically active lives. Find out more at www.phecanada.ca.
The Co-operators Group Limited is a Canadian co-operative. Through its group of companies it offers a full suite of insurance as well as investment products and services. The Co-operators is well known for its community involvement and its commitment to sustainability. It was ranked #3 on Corporate Knights' Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada list, among the Top 50 Socially Responsible Corporations in Canada by Sustainalytics and Maclean's magazine, the Best Employers in Canada by Aon Hewitt, and it earned the Governance Professionals in Canada’s Excellence in Governance: Best Practices in Sustainability and Environmental, Social and Governance award in 2016. For more information visit www.cooperators.ca.
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well as one of the world's leading research centres in the area of addiction and mental health. CAMH combines clinical care, research, education, policy development and health promotion to help transform the lives of people affected by mental health and addiction issues.
CAMH Education strives to enrich and translate knowledge, and works with community partners to develop current and accessible education aimed at strengthening public understanding of mental health and addiction.
CAMH Education thanks the Slaight Family Foundation for funding that supported the design and development of the Teach Resiliency website.
The Centre for School Mental Health (CSMH) at Western’s Faculty of Education is a team of researchers, educators, students and administrators focused on the mental health, well-being and relationship development of children from Kindergarten to grade 12. The Centre addresses the need for improved promotion, prevention and intervention services for children who may be at risk for, or who present with, mental health challenges. Outcomes and learning from nationally funded research projects deliver evidence-based programs and training for educators in schools and communities. With an average annual funding of $1.5M, the Centre conducts research and program delivery nationwide. Systemic changes have resulted through realized impact at local levels and best practices have been adopted internationally.