Mad Students Society's Hamilton peer support meeting

Thursday, November 22, 2012 - 21:30 to 23:30

Where? McMaster University. Email outreach@madstudentsociety.com for details. 

Who? Students (from any college, university, or adult education course/program) who have personal experiences with psychiatric systems, madness, mental illness, mental health disabilities, etc. 
 
Can’t make the meeting? Looking for other support? Join our active, private, email discussion listserv to continue this and other conversations. 
 
Questions? Directions? For further info, location details, or to join the listserv, email Elizabeth and Alisa at outreach@madstudentsociety.com.

Mad Students Society (MSS), created in 2005, is a community of students who are attending or planning to attend post-secondary or adult education institutions and have personal past/present experiences with psychiatric/mental health systems. We meet monthly (in downtown Toronto, North York, and Hamilton) and communicate through an email listserv to support each other, discover tools for self-advocacy, and connect with our history and broader social movements. Visit our website at www.madstudentsociety.com
 

McMaster University
1280 Main Street West
Hamilton , ON
Canada
43° 15' 30.1068" N, 79° 55' 11.7012" W
Ontario CA

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