Mad Maps: A Welcome Week Orientation for Students with Mental Health Disabilities

Tuesday, September 9, 2014 - 21:00 to Wednesday, September 10, 2014 - 00:00

A Welcome Week / Orientation Week event for new and returning McMadsters and Madhawks and Mad students attending or preparing to attend any other school.

Tuesday, September 9 from 5-8pm

5-6:30: Info session
6:30-8: Hang out / games night

Email Alise at [email protected] for our top secret location on the McMaster campus! 

Get a map to Mad student life. 

Meet some travel guides and companions so you don’t have to navigate alone. 

Learn how to avoid poison ivy and other wellness weeds.

Stock up on sunscreen and trail mix to protect and sustain you on your travels.

All welcome — especially first years, "first episodes", and grad students.

Attendees are expected to maintain confidentiality (personal identities and personal stories are private). 

Can’t make the meeting? Looking for other support? Join our active email discussion listserv to continue this and other conversations. The listserv is a private place for members to talk about our lives, support each other, discuss ideas, share info/resources/events/news, and arrange spontaneous gatherings.

Questions? Directions? Nervous? Need Something? For further info, location details, to join the listserv, or if you have accommodation needs, want someone to meet you at the bus stop, or would like to chat with a member before the meeting, please email Alise at [email protected].

Spread the word! Share this event on Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/1452712558339698.

Further info about the Hamilton Mad Students Collective is available at www.hamiltonmadstudents.ca.

McMaster University
1280 Main Street West
Hamilton , ON
Canada
43° 15' 41.0436" N, 79° 55' 1.2252" W
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