There are a host of valuable resources on and off-campus for students to utilize. Below are a few resources highlighted, however for a full list of resources, please see the Mental Health and Resources Guide

On Campus
On Campus
Campus Community Police Services
Lawson Hall, Room 1257
On campus phone: 911 (emergency)
Off campus cell phone: 519.661.3300
519.661.2111 ext.83300 (non-emergency line)
Available 24/7

Meets with individuals to provide support and safety planning and describes the various options available to a student experiencing a mental health crisis, which may include:

Taking no actions;
Police taking student to hospital

Brescia Chapel
Available before and after mass

Psychological Services (confidential)
Western Student Services Building (WSS), Room 4100

Student Health Services (confidential)
University Community Centre (UCC),
Room 11 (lower level)

An appointment based medical clinic for all registered part-time and full-time students
Provides medical care and counselling & psychiatric support
Urgent problems such as infections or injuries can often be seen on the same day
Appointments can also be booked for non-urgent medical issues
Patients may see a physician of a specific gender and may also ask to see the same doctor for each visit

Student Wellness Educator (confidential)
519.432.8353 ext. 20670
Student Life Centre, St. James, Room 119B
8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m. Monday to Friday

Confidential case management service for Brescia students
Can also assist students in accessing other services and resources both on-campus and off-campus

Wellness Education Centre
University Community Centre (UCC), Room 76
8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m. Monday to Friday

A resource for individuals who would like more information about mental health and wellness.
Provides students with supportive, personalized ways to help find the best suited resources on and off campus with you.

Off Campus
Addition Services of Thames Valley
200 Queens Street, London
Email at

First Episode Mood and Anxiety Program (FEMAP)
860 Richmond Street, London
519.646.6000 ext. 65178

FEMAP is a program that helps individuals between the ages of 16-25 years old that fall into the categories of mood/anxiety symptoms.

Family Service Thames Valley
Quick Access Mental Health Walk-In Clinic
125 Woodward Avenue, London
Tuesdays from 1:00-6:30pm
First come, first serve basis.

Good2Talk (confidential)

1.866.925.5454 or 211
Available 24/7

A free, confidential and anonymous helpline to post- secondary students in Ontario. Provides professional counselling, information and referrals on a range of issues.

Mental Health & Addition Crisis Centre
648 Huron Street, London
Open 24/7 for walk in

Reach Out Crisis Line (confidential)
Toll free number: 1-866-933-2023
Available 24/7

• Confidential web chat with a professional
• Crisis intervention including access to a mobile crisis team
• Emotional trauma, distress or relapse
• Thoughts of suicide or harming yourself or others
• Access to community supports and addictions treatment
• Substance use, gaming, internet disorder and problem gambling
• General information about mental health and addictions

Online Resources
Connex Ontario 
General information: 519-439-0174
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Infoline: 1-800-565-8603
Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline: 1-888-230-3505
Mental Health Services Information Line: 1-866-531-2600

Mind your Mind
• Award winning site by youth for youth providing mental health information, resources and tools

National Institute of Mental Health
• Government based site, providing information about mental health disorders, news and research

Reach Out Distress Online Chat

Together We Live
• A toolkit for understanding mental health and youth suicide

Faculty and Staff
Faculty and Staff Resources


•Newsletters from Family Service Thames Valley


Other Resources

Myths & Misconceptions

Stats & Facts

Prevention & Education

Suicide Prevention

Toolbox of Resources

Crisis Contacts