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Counselling is confidential and provided at no cost for students currently enrolled at SFU.
- Connect with the Indigenous Student Centre (ISC) and chat with staff about programs and services. Counselling support in the Indigenous Student Centre is temporarily unavailable.
- Book an appointment with an Access Case Manager who provides a same-day 30 minute appointment. They will provide mental health support and/or referral to appropriate services and resources, like an external Indigenous counsellor.
- Phone My SSP (Student Support Program) at 1.844.451.9700 and ask to book an appointment with an Indigenous Counsellor. Appointments with an Indigenous counsellor.
- Find other support options available with Health & Counselling including drop-in programs, groups, and virtual counselling.
- The First Nations Health Authority also has an extensive list of mental health support options that may be available to you, including support groups and a list of available counsellors.
- Healing in Colour offers a directory of BIPOC therapists who are committed to values supporting BIPOC in all intersections
Students can also connect with the following crisis lines:
- Vancouver Crisis Line: 604-872-3311 (24/7)
- Kuu-US Crisis Response Services (24/7): 1-800-588-8717
- BC Suicide Line: 1-800-784-2433