Tomorrow's Mind aims to be the mediator between opportunities and students who are interested in pure sciences as well as health sciences.
We want to help each other to build a better future for ourselves and for the world around us.
We created a platform whose goal was to help students find opportunities while making it as productive and simple as possible. Getting involved also means building a better future, having a sense of satisfaction, feeling & being useful, meeting people and gaining authentic work experience.
Everything to have a positive impact around us and to make of this world a better place, in our own way.
Students and young professionals mental health, what is our role to play?
Tomorrow's Mind wishes for health & well-being as well as personal development.
Taking full responsibility of your health is also productive , but most of all, it is primordial.
Support, University of Ottawa Campus: 613-562-5411
Immediate Support: 9-1-1
Talk to a mental health counselor or specialist:
Search tool: eHealth.ca database
Allo J'écoute, helpline for college and university students - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (bilingual): call 1-866-925-5454 or text ALLOJECOUTEON at 686868 (to communicate in English , text GOOD2TALKON to the same number).
Quebec suicide prevention association - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: call 1-866-APPELLE
(this centralized number will put you in touch with the service in your region).
Tel-Aide Outaouais - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (French): Gatineau and surrounding areas, call 819-775-3223 | Ottawa and surrounding area, call 613-741-6433 | Toll free: 1-800-567-9699
The Crisis Text Line - 24/7 (bilingual): Text TALK to 686868 from anywhere in Canada; no need for a data plan or an Internet connection (to communicate in English, text HOME to the same number).
Crisis Services Canada - 24/7 (bilingual): call 1-833-456-4566 or text 45645 (ENGLISH only, available 4 p.m. to midnight ET).
Access to counseling through International SOS
The University of Ottawa has created a partnership with International SOS to support students enrolled at the University of Ottawa living outside Canada, or in Canada, but outside Ontario. Since March 25, 2020, students can:
Or download the Assistance app and indicate their educational institution. International SOS offers:
24/7 support, every day of the year
Support in over 60 languages
Counseling by phone or video conference
"A LITTLE BREAK BEFORE CONTINUING"
KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF CANADA
For more than 50 years, The Kidney Foundation of Canada has been guided by three fundamental principles: innovation, leadership and collaboration. The Kidney Foundation of Canada is dedicated to achieving excellent kidney health and quality of life for people with kidney disease and finding a cure for kidney failure.
This Canadian Foundation is a national voluntary organization dedicated to reducing the burden of kidney disease:
by funding and promoting innovative research aimed at finding better treatment options and curative treatment;
by offering educational and support programs to prevent insufficiency in people at risk and empower people with the ability to optimize their health;
advocating better access to high quality health care;
increasing public awareness of the importance of maintaining healthy kidneys and of consenting to organ donation.
Engage a new audience aged 16 to 24 in the 4 elements of the project:
1) Raise funds for the Foundation's key priorities during the Month of March, Kidney Month.
2) Broaden awareness of kidney disease.
3) Attract new Foundation volunteers, donors and supporters.
4) Create an online dialogue and further connect the kidney community.
• See a variety of young people (college, university) participate in the challenge
• Target group will amplify campaign messages through the power of social media
and personal connection
• See the target group show their links to kidney disease and / or their support to people.
living with the disease
• Involve the target group in fundraising during the month of March
CANADIAN LIVER FOUNDATION
A health promotion project that we are delighted to support involves identifying and providing health promotion services to Francophone communities and health centers across Canada. The goal is to educate about liver health support and liver disease available through the Canadian Liver Foundation.
Tomorrow's Mind was very involved in the creative process of this project and is also involved in other promotional projects with the Foundation in different communities.
To volunteer with CWF or receive information on research opportunities, you can visit their website www.liver.ca or contact us directly and apply by contributing to a wide range of important causes and associations.
THE FRANCOPHONE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE ON THE COUNCIL ON AGING OF OTTAWA
The Council on Aging is the primary voice for the seniors community in Ottawa. Stay tuned for 2021-2022 student volunteer opportunities as positions will be opening soon.
Do you like elderlies? Providing help? Being on committees as well as taking part in decision making?
Contact us and learn about the positions that will be offered for this important cause.
COMITÉ ÉTUDIANT DU CENTRE DE RECHERCHE DU CHUM (CÉCRCHUM)
The Research Center of the Center hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CRCHUM) is the largest research center in biomedical sciences and health care at the University of Montreal, and among the largest in Canada. This new affiliation that we have with the student's committee is just as interesting as it is important, since research is essential to the vitality and development of the biomedical field. Located in Montreal, Quebec, the CÉCRCHUM gives the opportunity to expand your professional and academic network and open doors to interesting ventures.
To find out more about the options available for you with the CÉCRCHUM, Contact us!