Big Steps to Success Training Quiz My Name: First Last My Email address: Mental health and mental illness are the same thing: True False Which of the following are considered harm reduction strategies? Using substances in a safe environment with people you trust Holding ice Using a nicotine patch instead of smoking Cutting on areas of the body away from arteries All of the above Self-injury is an indicator that someone is thinking about suicide: Always Sometimes Never What are some possible warning signs that someone may be thinking about suicide?When someone tells you they are thinking about suicide you should: Call emergency services immediately Listen non-judgmentally Create a safety plan Talk about ambivalence Keep it a secret Residential Schools and the 60’s Scoop are both considered cultural genocide: Yes Only Residential Schools are considered cultural genocide After watching the video about residential schools, why do you think the experience of Residential Schools continues to impact Indigenous families to this day?Systemic racism can be defined as: An individual's racist assumptions, beliefs or behaviours; can be conscious or unconscious. The personal conscious or subconscious acceptance of the dominant society’s racist views The normalization and legitimization of an array of dynamics – historical, cultural, institutional and interpersonal – that routinely advantage whites while producing cumulative and chronic adverse outcomes for people of color. The ways in which institutional policies and practices routinely create advantages for whites and oppression and disadvantage for people from groups classified as people of color. Which of the following are classified as social determinants of health? Childhood experiences Physical environment Race and racism Biology and genetic endowment It is legally required that instances of abuse, neglect, and maltreatment are reported for children and youth in Canada: True False After hearing the 3 scenarios about mentees Alex, Shiv and Kiki what are some important differences between their experiences in care?What are some strategies for mentoring a child or youth with a different background or identity than you?Do you have any questions from the training or is there anything you would like to debrief?