Promoting positive well-being through education

Through the unique WE Schools program, we bring well-being through service-learning into the classroom. In collaboration with leading mental health professionals, our modules help youth and educators improve their own emotional, social, physical and mental well-being and the well-being of others. People of all ages can feel empowered and supported to join the conversation around mental health and take action.

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Of participants felt positive and very positive about the program

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Of participating educators say they’ve benefited professionally

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Of participating educators say they’ve benefited personally

Grades 4 to 6

We provide a variety of programs to support youth in building the skills and knowledge to promote their well-being and the well-being of others. Our offerings include workshops, lesson plans and more on various topics such as reducing stigma, building strong communities, self-care and stress reduction. Educators also receive training to better help their students on their well-being journey.

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High School Programming

From curriculum to an online training platform, our programming empowers secondary school educators with the tools to teach well-being. Our goal is to help them promote well-being and foster caring classrooms in order to support their students. With the right tools, high school educators can develop their skills and capacity to lead youth and those around them to take action on this important topic.

WE Speaks

An exclusive speaker series that encourages all guests to join the discussion on critical topics and issues. We invite thought-leaders from various industries to come, speak and share their experiences and knowledge.

DR. JEAN CLINTON
The Adolescent Brain
DR. KIMBERLY SCHONERT-REICHL
Social Emotional Learning and Well-being
DR. MICHAEL UNGAR
Resilience

Our Advisory Board

Meet the leading mental health professionals we work in collaboration with to bring the WE Well-being program into classrooms.

Additional Resources

Are you experiencing a mental health crisis? Go to the nearest hospital or call 911.