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Partner with Thrive!

There are many ways to take part in Thrive and support mental health and resilience at UBC. Whether you want to host an event, share supports with your students, or simply help us spread the word that mental health matters, we thank you for helping us Thrive at UBC! 

 

 

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Host a Thrive Event 

 

You can play a role during Thrive by hosting an event or activity that supports mental health literacy through the Thrive 5. This event can be an existing program that you already host, or one designed specifically for Thrive.

Resources

The Thrive Partner Guide is full of helpful tips for planning and promoting your Thrive event. 

Download Vancouver Partner Guide 

Download Okanagan Partner Guide 

 

Highlight Thrive in the Classroom 

Faculty members: Foster mental health in your learning and teaching environments by encouraging students to explore their path to mental health and practicing your own healthy behaviours.

Resources

Share resources (including Thrive 5 slides) with your students before your lecture or class! 

Download Faculty Toolkit

 

Promote Thrive to the Campus Community 

Help promote Thrive by emailing your group or network, putting up posters, or participating in #LetsThriveUBC

Resources

Here you will find links to social media graphics, editable posters, pre-loaded newsletter content and social media posts, and more! 

To edit, open pdf's in Adobe Acrobat and go to "edit pdf."

Thrive Communication Toolkit (Vancouver) 

Thrive Communication Toolkit (Okanagan)

If you have any questions, please contact gabriella.scali@ubc.ca

 

 

Participate in Not Myself Today 

UBC Staff & Faculty: Use Not Myself Today to inspire conversations, build greater awareness and support your colleagues’ mental health in the workplace.

Resources

Learn more 

 

 

Thrive events are planned by a number of partners, and are intended to represent a diverse range of experiences and perspectives, beyond the Thrive 5.  The Thrive committee recognizes that mental health is very individual and invites our campus community to explore their path to mental health—whatever that may look like.

We all have a hand in shaping campus environments that support health, wellbeing, and sustainability. By championing wellbeing, we can build stronger and more inclusive communities at UBC and beyond.