Mount Allison Peer Support (MAPS)
MAPS is an online peer-to-peer forum that students can access through Moodle. On the forum, students are able to anonymously post any questions/concerns they may have about personal or academic issues and receive anonymous advice from their peers, as well as trained moderators. This forum provides students with opportunities to share their past experiences as well as share the valuable lessons they have learned from those experiences.
 
Common topics on the MAPS forum include: academics, stress and worry, sex, sexuality and gender, relationships, health, alcohol and drugs.  
 
To access the Mount Allison Peer Support (MAPS):

On the right side of the Moodle main page (moodle.mta.ca)look for the words “MAPS Mount Allison Peer Support.”

Use the following login information:
Username: mount
Password: allison 


Change Your Mind 
Change your Mind is a student group with the goal of promoting mental health and decreasing the stigma attached to mental illness at Mount Allison University. Our mission is to transform our campus into an open and welcoming space to talk about mental health, its benefits, its importance, and what we can do to nurture it.
 
Change your Mind is responsible for campus events such as: Stress Free Zone, the Elephant in the Room Campaign, peer support groups, Elephant Speaker Series, therapy dogs program, and much more!
 
For more information, or to get involved, check us out on Facebook (Change Your Mind), or e-mail the Wellness Centre (wellness@mta.ca)

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Jack.org
Jack.org is a Canada wide student organization working towards a stigma-free world! We are active in universities, colleges and schools all over the country, including MtA’s chapter which works to spread awareness, create conversations and change minds on campus.

 
For more information or how to get involved, check Jack.org out on Facebook or email thejackproject@mta.ca