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The Indigenous Counsellors are available for individual appointments Monday - Friday. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of the counsellors will get back to you to follow up with your request during regular office hours. Appointments are available with either Tanu Gamble, RCC or Jennifer Reandy, RCC. Please note in your email if you have a preference of which counsellor you would like to see.
You may receive an email from email@example.com within 48hrs to follow up with your request.
If you are in an unsafe situation or in personal crisis and require immediate support, please contact:
Vancouver Crisis Line (24/7): 604-872-3311
Kuu-US Crisis Response Services (24/7):
BC Suicide Line: 1-800-784-2433
SFU Campus Security: 778-782-4500
Police/Ambulance/Fire 911 or your local Emergency Department
Join a community of Indigenous students to support each other’s wellness goals. Participate in weekly in person activities including fitness classes, stretching, walk/run training group and more! You can also connect via our virtual community through CANVAS. Join a health challenge, access and share resources, encourage other students, and share about your own wellness journey. There will be prizes along the way to help keep you motivated. If you would like to be added to the virtual community sign up here and we will send you an invite.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Indigenous Student Life Coordinator, Elizabeth Adams (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Connect with Black Counsellors and additional BIPOC-specific supports
SFU Health and Counselling Services has a Black Counsellor, Tricia Kay Williams, available for drop-ins (booking needed in advance). For more information about how to access Black Mental Health supports and other BIPOC-specific supports, please visit the HCS Black Student Supports page.
Contact Health and Counselling Services at 778-782-4615 or email@example.com to speak to an Access Case Manager and find out how Health and Counselling can best support you, or book an appointment with a doctor, nurse or counsellor.
Visit Health and Counselling Services in MBC 0101 and ask to speak with an Access Case Manager who provides same day 30-minute appointments. They will provide mental health support and/or referral to services and resources.
- 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 may be via phone or ask about in-person appointment options in the community. My SSP App can also be downloaded for 24/7 support. All support through My SSP is free and confidential.
- See a Doctor or Nurse at one of SFU's two medical clinics located on the Burnaby and Vancouver campuses. Make an appointment to discuss: new symptoms or issues, vaccines and travel, sexual health, perscription renewals or changes, follow-ups for pre-existing or chronic conditions, mental health and well-being or gender-affirming care.
- Burnaby Clinic - Monday to Friday; 9:30am - 4:30pm - MBC 0101
- Vancouver Clinic - Monday, Thursday, Friday; 9:30am - 4:30pm - HC 300
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Additional support options and counselling services are available at SFU Health and Counselling Services.
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