If you are in crisis, please use one our 24/7 emergency counselling services:
Mental health and counselling services in over 146 languages. Available to all U of T students.
In Canada/North America: 1-844-451-9700
Outside of North America: 001-416-380-6578
Confidential support services for post-secondary students in Ontario, with information and referrals for mental health, addictions, and well-being.
In Ontario: 1-866-925-5454
NEW Routes is a e-newsletter focused on sharing positive stories and resources for the NEW community.
Resources, FAQs, and advice for International Students at New College in residence and abroad.
This central list provides students with where to go with any questions and concerns from academics to residence life.
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Health & Wellness offers U of T students a wide range of medical and mental health services to help support them in achieving their personal and academic best.
Some days are better than others, and there’s no wrong time to reach out. The HWC offers resources for every situation and every level of stress.
Sharing workouts, tips and resources to help you stay active while facilities are closed to in person sessions.
Faith Chaput is a queer Métis woman whose family hails from the Red River/Treaty 1 Territory. Her experience is mainly rooted in the work she has done in community, educational and health-related settings providing front-line support to Indigenous and 2SLGBTQ adults, families, and adolescents.
A multi-faith organization that reflects the multi-ethnic and multi-faith complexion of the University of Toronto. Call or e-mail a chaplain whenever you have questions or want to connect or need counselling.
Assaulted Women’s Helpline: 416-863-0511
Gerstein Crisis Centre: 416-929-5200
Toronto Distress Centre: 416-408-4357
Drug and Alcohol Helpline: 1-800-565-8603
Mental Health Helpline: 1-866-531-2600
Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline: 1-888-230-3505
New College is committed to providing training opportunities for faculty, instructors, and staff which will help them to:
- look for early warning signs for students experiencing mental health difficulties;
- recognize when a student may be in distress;
- refer students in distress to either on-campus or off-campus resources.
New College hosts the LivingWorks ASIST program, with the last session in February 2020.
New College offers a selection of SafeTALK (Suicide Alertness for Everyone) training sessions, also open to students at U of T.
The session is free for students as long as they attend, or cancel before the training. There is a $25 cost if they register and do not attend, charged to their ACORN account. These sessions include a meal as part of the training.