Find Resources

Health & Counselling has a range of low intensity, easy to access resources and tools to explore - from creative prompts, to podcasts and videos, and online courses. We also have different ways to connect with us so you can access specific resources you're looking for.

Ask Questions on LiveChat

Do you have general questions about our programs and services? Hop on to LiveChat and speak with an Access Case Manager anonymously. More

Drop-in Virtually

Access Case Managers are here to listen, answer questions, and navigate our services with you. If you're new to Health & Counselling, this is a great place to start. Drop-in

Connect with the Health Peers

Tips for safe partying, sexual health, nutrition and more. Health Peers hand out giveaways and answer your real-talk questions. View now

Hi-FIVE Movement and Anti-Stigma

Talking about mental health is important. Hi-FIVE is a group led by students aimed at discussing, and de-stigmatizing mental health. Connect now

For Indigenous Students

See what resources are available for Indigenous students, including counselling and the ISC Wellness Program. See now

For International Students

Studying in a new country is challenging. Find resources specifically for International students. Find now

Identity & Community

Race & ethnicity; gender, gender expression and sexual orientation; disability & neurodiversity, religion/spirituality and more. Find identity-based resources here. view now

Self-Guided: Well-being & Resilience

Discover your resiliency, make SPACE, and practice mindfulness. We have videos, podcasts, online courses and more. View now

On & Off Campus Options

See what options you you have on campus and out in the community, including the SFSS Women's Centre and Out on Campus. See now

For Faculty & Staff

Find resources to help you cultivate a nurturing learning environment, and work towards building a healthy campus community. Find now

Drugs & Alcohol

All substance use comes with an element of risk. It's important to consider the health effects drugs and alcohol have on your body so you can make informed decisions. Learn more

Review Emergency Contacts

If you are in an emergency, call 911 for fire/ambulance/police. Learn more about where to access Narcan on campus and know where your closest hospital is. Learn more