Mental Health Resources

Feeling distressed? There is help available.

Urgent Help

If you are concerned about an immediate threat to your safety or property, or that of others, call 911 or UTSC Campus Safety at
416-978-2222, or use one of the emergency Code Blue telephones located on campus.

 

U of T Student Mental Health Website

Connect to the Tri-Campus UofT Student Mental Health Resource to find Support and Services, Build Your Mental Health Toolkit, view Upcoming Events, and explore the Care Model. Please visit this tri-campus resource here.

Get Help | 9-8-8: Suicide Crisis Helpline

Connect to a crisis responder to get help without judgement. Call or Text:  9-8-8

Please visit the 9-8-8 Suicide Crisis Helpline website to get more information  https://988.ca/

Mental Health Services and Resources For UTSC Students

University of Toronto Scarborough Mental Health Network, consisting of students, staff and faculty, developed a list of resources to navigate mental health services on and off campus based covering a variety of key topics. Please explore these Mental Health Services and Resources on the HWC website here.

 

Sexual Violence Response

Looking for support? We've listed a number of resources from organizations that can assist, as well as information detailing your options if you would like to explore making a formal report. Please visit the Sexual Violence Response page here.

 

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U of T Telus Health Student Support

(Formerly My Student Support Program) Available for all students in over 146 languages and/or ongoing confidential 24/7 counselling support for free, through phone or chat.

Download the U of T Telus Health Student Support app or call 1-844-451-9700. Outside of North America, call 001-416-380-6578.

 

Good2Talk

Free, confidential helpline with professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being, 24/7/365

Visit the Good 2Talk website or call 1-866-925-5454

 

NAVI – Your U of T Resource Finder

Navi is your source for mental health resources and now provides information on where to find general U of T information including Admissions, Housing, Financial Aid, Careers, Getting Involved and more, 24/7. All you have to do is click on the chat button and tell NAVI what you need help with or how you are feeling. From stress and anxiety to feelings of discrimination or loneliness and everything in between, NAVI is able to help by quickly searching for and providing you with contact information and direct links to U of T and community resources.

Visit NAVI here