Mental Health & Crisis Support

Mental Health and Crisis Support

Programming Information

We all have mental health, just like we all have physical health. Our team uses a destigmatizing approach to educate students on mental health. We cover a wide range of topics including depression and  anxiety, stress, mental illness, and burnout.

We also offer more in-depth training on crisis support such as our Student Mental Health 101 and our suicide prevention programs found here.

Program Offerings

Tell us what kind of mental-health training you would like to participate in FW 2020-21. Fill out the survey today.

Be sure to check out all our upcoming events.

On-Campus Resources

Resource Description
Student Accessibility Services (416) 736-5297
N108 Ross Building OR
N110, Bennett Centre for Student Services
Keele Campus

Student Accessibility Services provides academic accommodation and support to students with disabilities in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s
Student Counsellingand Development (416) 736-5297
N110, Bennett Centre for Student Services
Keele Campus

SCD offers a range of supports to students which can be found on each of the sub-tabs under “Student Support”.
York University Psychology Clinic A state of the art community mental health and training centre associated with the Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Health. This service is provided for a fee. Please contact clinic for details.

Off-Campus & Remote Resources

Resource Description
Big White Wall A free online mental health and well being service offering self-guided programs and creative outlets that includes a space to express, connect, learn and remain anonymous.
BounceBack Ontario A free skill-building program that offers two forms of support: online videos; and telephone coaching sessions with guided workbooks.
Good2Talk a 24/7 free and confidential helpline that connects students with professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being.
What's Up Walk In Clinic Immediate mental health counselling for children, youth and young adults with families- no health card is necessary to access this service.
Resource Description
Rainbow Health Ontario RHO offers training for healthcare providers across the province to feel more clinically and culturally competent in caring for their LGBT2SQ service users.
Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line Complimentary telephone listening, information and referral services for youth, through peer support affirming the experiences and aspirations of LGBTQ.