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Soul Crush Story: A Video Game to Teach About Healthy and Harmful Video Gaming

Soul Crush Story was designed to be an engaging way to deliver health promotion messages related to video gaming. It is an interactive tool for health educators who would like to facilitate a workshop for youth/young adults around video gaming.

Read more about Soul Crush Story here.

Youth Making Choices: Gambling Prevention Program

A curriculum-based gambling prevention program

The program’s objectives are to:

  • enhance students’ coping skills
  • develop students’ knowledge of randomness and probability
  • improve students’ ability to recognize and avoid problematic behaviours associated with gambling

Visit this page for more information. Contact Colleen Tessier at (416) 535-8501, extension 4550 or colleen.tessier@camh.ca.

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