Mental Health Week


Mental Health Week is an opportunity to have candid discussions about mental health and wellness and help put an end to the stigma that surrounds mental illness.

One in five Canadians will struggle with mental illness at some point in their lives. Too often, they hesitate to seek the help and support they need out of fear of discrimination or shame.

We are a community, committed to a healthy work and learning environment and we must work together to raise awareness about mental health.

Engage in honest and open conversations about mental health and how we can increase our collective wellbeing. If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, learn more about available support options. Let’s rise to the challenge.

Now is the time to #GETLOUD for mental health!

uSask Events

Whether going back to school or changing careers, starting a family or retiring, change brings both opportunities and turmoil. Learn how to embrace change and make it work for you.

When: May 2
Time: 11 am-noon
Location: AGRI 1E85, Agriculture Building

Gain a better understanding of mental health issues and understand difference between mental health and mental disorders.

When: May 3
Time: 12:30-1:30 PM
Location: 1150, Health Sciences

Learn about mental illness through story telling from individuals family members living with mental illness. Question and answer period will follow. 

When: May 3
Time: 12:30-1:30 PM
Location: 1150, Health Sciences

Are you feeling tired all the time, have prolonged periods of sadness or loss of interest in what used to be your favourite activity? You could be suffering from depression. Learn the symptoms of depression, possible causes and treatment options. 

When: May 5
Time: 9:30-10:30 AM
Location: AGRI 1E79, Agriculture Building