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FAQs

Santé mentale au sommet FAQ

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  • What is Santé mentale au sommet?
    Santé mentale au sommet will address the needs of Canada’s french-speaking community in regards to mental health, and bring together the next generation of mental health leaders to make change now! Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with keynote speakers, participate in workshops, share insights and collaborate on real, actionable strategies.
  • When and where is Santé mentale au sommet?
    Santé mentale au sommet has been postponed from January to June 3rd & 4th when we hope to meet you all in person. We will continue to keep you posted as we monitor for any changes. We’re excited to welcome our Francophone advocates and young leaders in person when it’s safe to do so.

    The summit will take in person in Montréal. Travel and lodging will be covered. Our over-night hotel accommodations are specifically for delegates who are from out of town (not local to Montreal) and will need a place to stay to attend our summit. If you are a Montreal local, we ask that you commute to the venue! (Details to be released after you have been accepted and registered!). All in-person delegates attending must be fully vaccinated.
  • Will it cost me anything to attend?

    No! Thanks to our generous sponsors, the summit is free for all delegates.
  • Who can apply to be a delegate and how are they chosen?
    Santé mentale au sommet is Jack.org’s first entirely francophone youth mental health summit! We are accepting applications from all francophone students and young people under 26 across Canada.
  • What if I do not live in Montréal?
    No problem! Santé mentale au sommet is open to young leaders across Canada who understand, speak and write French fluently, as the summit features 100% Francophone content. You do not have to reside in Québec to apply!
  • What is the application deadline?
    Applications are now closed.
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