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DescriptionCampus
Accessibility Services (UTSG)Accessibility 455 Spadina Avenue, 4th floor, suite 400, 416-978-8060Provides academic accommodations and supports to assist students during a master’s and doctoral degree program. Register with AS to request accommodations.St. George (UTSG)
Health & Wellness Centre (UTSG)Health & Dental, Mental Health 214 College Street, 2nd floor, Koffler Student Services Centre, 416-978-8030 General health services include health check-ups, prescriptions, allergy shots, immunizations, birth control, documentation of illness for exam deferral, specialist referrals, etc.

$ You will be responsible to pay for certain services not covered by OHIP or UHIP.
St. George (UTSG)
UHIP (University Health Insurance Program) Health & Dental St. George campus
office: 33 St. George Street, Centre for International Experience,
416-978-0290
A mandatory health insurance plan for all international and exchange students enrolled in an Ontario university. Enrolment is automatic; the coverage charge will be listed on your student account on ACORN. St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
University of Toronto Graduate Students’ Union (UTGSU) Health and Dental Insurance PlansHealth & Dental 16 Bancroft Ave.
416-978-8465

If you need assistance regarding coverage, opt-outs, and enrolments, call UTGSU Studentcare, 1-866-358-4436 or visit the Student Care website to learn more.
Designed to provide many important services and cover expenses such as prescription drugs, health practitioners, medical equipment, travel health coverage, which are not covered by a basic health-care plan (i.e., OHIP) or the equivalent (such as UHIP for international students).St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
SGS Voluntary Leave of Absence Health & Dental, Mental HealthVisit our website to learn more.Applying for a voluntary leave of absence would allow you a one-, two-, or three-session leave that is not included in your time limit for completion of your degree.St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Teaching Assistants’
Health Insurance
Health & Dental180 Bloor Street West, suite 803 (CUPE Downtown Office), 416-593-7057. Visit our Twitter or website to learn more.Did you know that teaching assistants have additional coverage through CUPE 3902? Contact the union directly for details.St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Graduate Counselling Services & Workshops at SGS offered in partnership with the Health & Wellness CentreMental Health63 St. George Street, 2nd floor. Book through the Health & Wellness Centre, 416-978-8030, and select option 5.SGS Wellness Counsellors offer brief counselling services for graduate students five days a week and lead bimonthly wellness workshops. Build coping skills to help you meet the demands of your academic and personal life. St. George (UTSG)
Graduate Conflict Resolution Centre (CRC). A collaboration between SGS, UTGSU, and Student Life. Mental Health 416-978-8920 Talk confidentially with a trained Grad-to-Grad (G2G) peer advisor about any academic issue.

G2Gs will listen and help you understand your options and available resources. Drop-in hours and one-on-one appointments offered.
St. George (UTSG)
OISE Psychology ClinicMental Health 252 Bloor Street West, suite 7-296. 416-978-0620. Provides comprehensive assessment and intervention services to children and adolescents, and assessment and counselling services to adults. Services typically provided by students doing their clinical training under supervision.

$ Fees vary, depending on service.
St. George (UTSG)
GradlifeMental Health 21 Sussex Drive plus various locations. 416-946-0148. Gradlife provides programs to help grad students build skills, get support, and meet other grad students. Take advantage of the Grad Talks, Grad Escapes, and Grad Connections programs, and stay connected with U of T Gradlife on Facebook,
@UofTGradlife on Twitter, and the
Gradlife blog.
St. George (UTSG)
Grad Minds
UTGSU resource.
Mental Health Visit our website to learn more.Graduate students provide mental health-related resources and services to peers, advocate for graduate students’ mental health, and create community partnerships. St. George (UTSG)
Mindful MomentsMental Health Grad Room, 66 Harbord Street and other locations.Increase your relaxation and resiliency by learning how to be mindful. St. George (UTSG)
My SSP Mental Health,
International Students
Call 1-844-451-9700
or visit our website to learn more and to download the app (24/7).
My SSP support via phone or chat is available in many languages and their counsellors have experience supporting the unique challenges international students face. St. George (UTSG)
University of Toronto St. George campus Resource Referral GuideMental Health, Health & Dental, Safety, Faith & Spirituality, Family Download the referral guide.This guide is intended to help campus community members make appropriate and meaningful referrals to resources and supports available on campus.St. George (UTSG)
Campus Community Police (for UTSG & UTSC)Safety 416-978-2222 (24/7/365) Report assault or immediate danger of assault, fighting, suspicious persons or trespassers, sexual assault, theft in progress, collision/disabled vehicle, etc.St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
Emergency Phones (for UTSG & UTSC)Safety Visit the UTSG website for emergency phone locations.

Visit the UTSC website for emergency phone locations.

Visit the UTM website for emergency phone locations.
Emergency call stations connect you directly to the Campus Community Police dispatch centre. You can also make free emergency calls from Bell pay phones on campus. Check online for a map of phone locations. St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Sexual Violence Prevention & Support Centre Safety 702 Spadina Avenue, 416-978-2266. If your situation is not urgent, call the Centre or initiate contact through this form.St. George (UTSG)
Community Safety Office Safety 416-978-1485 or 24-hour hotline reached through Campus Police at 416-978-2222. For personal safety issues, including stalking and harassment, bullying, domestic and family violence, workplace conflict, and volatile behaviour. St. George (UTSG)
U of T Safety Abroad OfficeSafety In an emergency, get in touch with us 24/7 via Campus Police at 416-978-2222 or International SOS at 215-942-8478. Students participating in University-sanctioned international activities have access to Safety Abroad Office emergency services. The Safety Abroad Office supports the University community in managing risks pertaining to student travel internationally and offer supports to students while they are abroad. St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
TravelSafer (UTSG)Safety 416-978-7233Provides safe escort for students walking or travelling alone between University buildings, parking lots, and transit stops near campus. St. George (UTSG)
Campus Chaplains Association Faith & Spirituality 416-946-3119A multi-faith organization that reflects the multi-ethnic and multi-faith complexion of the University of Toronto. Will facilitate rites of passage weddings, funerals, memorial services. St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Elder in Residence and Traditional Teacher in ResidenceFaith & Spirituality First Nations House, North Borden
Building, 3rd floor, 563 Spadina Avenue, 416-978-8227.
Meet with Elders and Traditional Teachers for support, guidance, and teachings. St. George (UTSG)
Multi-Faith Centre for Spiritual Study and PracticeFaith & Spirituality 569 Spadina Avenue, 416-946-3120.
Student Life
Multi-faith Spaces.
Supports the spiritual well-being of students, staff, and faculty through interfaith dialogue and other activities that help to increase our understanding of and respect for religious beliefs and practices.St. George (UTSG)
Multi-Faith Spaces Around CampusFaith & Spirituality Student Life.
Other multi-faith spaces.
Several multi-purpose spaces on St. George campus are suitable for prayer, meditation, and other spiritual practices. St. George (UTSG)
Family Care Office TipsheetsFamily Download a variety of resources, including the Guide for Graduate Students with Family Responsibilities.Download this list of resources and contacts to help you manage family responsibilities.
 
St. George (UTSG)

University of Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Mississauga Campus (UTM)
SGS Leave of Absence Policy for Parental LeaveFamily Visit our website for more details.New parents may apply to their graduate coordinator for a one-session to three-session leave of absence at the time of pregnancy, birth, or adoption to provide full-time care during a child’s first year.St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
SGS Parental Grant Family Visit our website for more details.Doctoral students within the funded cohort may apply for this fund that helps offset the loss of funding as a result of taking an approved parental leave of absence at the time of birth or adoption.St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Child & Youth Athletic Programs Family, RecreationVisit our website for more details.Recreational athletic programs for kids, including Camp U of T and Junior Blues, offered by U of T’s Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education.

$ Fees apply.
St. George (UTSG)
Family Care Office Family 214 College Street, Koffler Student Services Building, 416-978-0951. Find on- and off-campus child-care services, and access confidential guidance, resources, referrals, educational programming, and advocacy on family-related issues. Family Resource Centre at the University of Toronto Early Learning Centre. St. George (UTSG)
Family Care Office
Peer Mentorship
Program
Family Peer mentorship
Program
A mentor can share with you valuable tips and candid advice to help you balance the demands of caring for children with academic commitments in a safe and supportive environment. Email family.care@utoronto.ca to be assigned a mentor or check the drop-in hours offered during the Fall and Winter terms.St. George (UTSG)
Family Study Space at Robarts LibraryFamily Robarts Library, 130 St. George Street, 9th floor.
To learn more about the space and to register, visit the website.
A space for current students, faculty members, visiting scholars, and staff at U of T who have children 12 years old or under.St. George (UTSG)
Student Family Housing Family 30 & 35 Charles Street WestA family-oriented residence reserved for U of T students with partners and/or children, located near Yonge and Bloor.

$ Fees apply
St. George (UTSG)
U of T Early Learning Centre Family 7 Glen Morris Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2G4.
252 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M5S 1V6.
Telephone: 416-978-6725.
Fax: 416-946-5319.
early.learning.centre@utoronto.ca
The Early Learning Centre (ELC) provides a safe, secure, supportive, and stimulating environment where children are free to grow to their potential.

$ Fees apply
St. George (UTSG)
U of T Child Care on
Charles
Family 35 Charles Street West, Toronto, ON M4Y 1R6
416-415-2604.
Sue Feltoe, Manager.
.Located within the University’s Student Family Housing, the Child Care Centre on Charles provides full-time and part-time care. This Centre is operated by George Brown College and serves as a training Lab School for the students from the Early Childhood Education programs at the College while providing care for graduate students from U of T.

$ Fees apply.
St. George (UTSG)
Athletic CentreRecreation 55 Harbord Street,
416-978-3436.
Features seven gyms, three pools, a strength and conditioning centre, indoor track, dance studio, cardio machines, tennis and squash courts and steam rooms.

$ Fees apply for registered programs and Summer membership. Check SGS Summer Gym Bursary eligibility.
St. George (UTSG)
Back Campus Fields Recreation Back Campus Fields, east of St. George, south of Hoskin, west of Tower Road, north of University College. During non-programmed activity times, access outdoor synthetic turf fields for field hockey, soccer, Ultimate, lacrosse, and other field sports. St. George (UTSG)
KPE Drop-In & Registered ProgramsRecreation Various KPE facilitiesDrop-in fitness programs, weight training tutorials, diving, and skating at KPE facilities (Athletic Centre, Goldring Centre, Varsity Centre).

$ Fees apply for registered programs. To register for programs, individuals must be current U of T students who have paid the KPE athletic incidental fees or have a valid membership.
St. George (UTSG)
Goldring Centre for High Performance SportRecreation 100 Devonshire Place, 416-946-0400. Provides a 2,000-seat, internationally rated field house for basketball, volleyball, and other court sports, a state-of-the-art strength and conditioning centre, fitness studio, and more.

$ Fees apply for registered programs and summer membership. Check SGS Summer Gym Bursary eligibility.
St. George (UTSG)
Hart HouseRecreation 7 Hart House Circle, 416-978-2452. Open 365 days a year, the Hart House Fitness Centre features a pool, squash courts, multi-level fitness facilities, suspended indoor track and more.

$ Fees apply for registered programs and summer membership. Check SGS Summer Gym Bursary eligibility.
St. George (UTSG)
Intramural Team
Sports
. Co-funded by the School of Graduate Studies and the University of Toronto Graduate Students’ Union.
Recreation Visit our website to learn more.Free for all graduate students, offering different levels of competition in a variety of sports through leagues and tournaments. St. George (UTSG)
SGS Summer Gym BursaryRecreation Visit our website to learn more.Until August 31, 2019, full-time students registered on ROSI for the Summer 2019 session could upload to the SGS Portal their proof of gym membership payment at a St. George campus facility for full or partial reimbursement. Check the SGS website for updates.St. George (UTSG)
University of Toronto Graduate Students’ Union (UTGSU) GymRecreation To book the space, email gym@utgsu.ca on the last Friday of each month starting at 10 am or call (416) 978-8465. The UTGSU gym can be booked for 1 hour per week by graduate students for athletics. The UTGSU gym can also be booked for weekly one-hour sessions for the duration of an entire month.St. George (UTSG)
Varsity BluesRecreation Visit our website to learn more.U of T boasts a highly competitive intercollegiate athletics program, with 43 Varsity Blues teams across 25 sports. Varsity Blues games are free to all students with your TCard. St. George (UTSG)
Varsity CentreRecreation 299 Bloor Street West, 416-978-6428. $ Fees apply for registered programs and Summer membership. Check SGS Summer Gym Bursary eligibility. St. George (UTSG)
Academic Advocacy OtherUTGSU Membership and Advocacy Coordinator, 416-946-8699, membership@utgsu.ca.If you are a current graduate student experiencing academic and/or administrative difficulties (including problems with your supervisor, department, or the university; charges of academic misconduct; petitions and appeals, discrimination, and oppression), the UTGSU can assist you with advice, information, and representation.St. George (UTSG)
Academic SuccessOther214 College Street, room 150, main floor.Learn strategies to improve your writing skills and time management, or speak with a Learning Strategist about career options.St. George (UTSG)
University of Toronto
St. George Resource
Referral Guide
OtherDownload the Resource
Referral Guide
.
This guide is intended to help campus community members make appropriate and meaningful referrals to resources and supports available on campus. St. George (UTSG)
Accessability
Services
(UTSC)
AccessibilityRoom S302 (Science Building), 1265 Military Trail, Scarborough, 416-287-7560. Provides individualized services and academic accommodations to students who have a documented learning, physical, sensory, mental health disability, or medical condition. University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
UTSC Health & Wellness CentreHealth & Dental, Mental Health 1265 Military Trail, room SL-270, 416-287-7065. Medical, nursing, counselling, health promotion, and education services are available for any UTSC student with a current student card and a valid health card.

$ You will be responsible to pay for certain services not covered by OHIP or UHIP.
 
University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
Have you experienced sexual violence or sexual assault?SafetyNear UTSC: Scarborough Hospital — Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Care Centre, 416-495-2555.Visit a Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centre immediately for help with next steps, medical treatment, support, and the option to have a Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit exam.University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
Sexual Violence Prevention & Support CentreSafetyRoom 141, Environmental Science & Chemistry Building, 416-978-2266.If your situation is not urgent, call the Centre or initiate contact through this form.University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
TravelSafer (UTSC)Safety416-287-7022Provides safe escort for students walking or travelling alone between University buildings, parking lots and transit stops near campus.University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
N’sheemaehn Child Care CentreFamilyVisit the websiteLocated on the UTSC campus, this child-care centre is dedicated to providing a happy and positive learning environment for the children in their care.

$ Fees apply.
University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
UTSC — Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC) Recreation 875 Morningside Avenue, 416-283-3211.Offers drop-in and registered fitness classes for all skill levels, aquatics, a climbing wall, outdoor recreation, and a tennis club.

$ Fees apply for registered programs.
Contact seisner@utsc.utoronto.ca re: summer membership.
University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
Academic Advising & Career Centre (AA&CC)OtherAcademic Resource Centre, room AC213, 1265 Military Trail. To schedule an appointment with an AA&CC staff member, call 416-287-7561 or drop by AC213.Join a workshop or make an appointment with an Academic & Learning Strategist.University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
Accessibility Services (UTM)Accessibility2037 Davis Building, 905-569-4699.Provides services and academic accommodations to students who have a temporary or permanent and documented learning, physical, sensory, mental health disability, or medical condition.University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)
Office of Health Professions Student Affairs (OHPSA)Mental HealthUTSG: 6 Queen’s Park Crescent West, 3rd floor.

UTM: Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex, 3359 Mississauga Road, 2nd floor, 416-978-2764.
Supports students enrolled in the Faculty of Medicine with services in the areas of personal counselling and student wellness, career development, academic coaching, service learning, and community outreach. St. George Campus (UTSG)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
UTM Health and Counselling CentreHealth & Dental, Mental Health Room 1123A, Davis Building, 3359 Mississauga Road North. Mississauga, ON, 905-828-5255.Staff are comfortable discussing all topics related to student health and wellness, including personal counselling or group counselling.

$ You will be responsible to pay for certain services not covered by OHIP or UHIP.
University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
UTM Campus Police Safety 905-569-4333 (24/7/365).Report assault or immediate danger of assault, fighting, suspicious persons or trespassers, sexual assault, theft in progress, collision/disabled vehicle, etc.University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Have you experienced sexual violence or sexual assault?SafetyNear UTM: Trillium Health Centre — Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Services.
905-848-7493.
Visit a Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centre immediately for help with next steps, medical treatment, support, and the option to have a Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit exam.University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Sexual Violence Prevention & Support CentreSafetyRoom 3094G, Davis Building, 416-978-2266.If your situation is not urgent, call the Centre or initiate contact through this form:University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
WalkSafer (UTM)Safety905-607-7233Provides safe escort for students walking or travelling alone between University buildings, parking lots and transit stops near campus.University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
UTM — Childcare ResourcesFamilyVisit the websiteA variety of child-care information and support is available to UTM students, staff, and faculty who are parents, foster parents, or legal guardians of children.University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
UTM — Early Learning CentreFamily1900 Outer Circle (Leacock Lane Residence),
905-569-4422.
Both full-time and part-time care are available, with first priority given to UTM students, staff, and faculty. Potential UTM users are encouraged to sign up for the waiting list.

$ Fees apply
University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
UTM – Recreation, Athletic and Wellness Centre (RAWC)Recreation1825 Outer Circle, 905-828-3714.Sport and fitness activities at UTM are based in the Recreation, Athletic and Wellness Centre (RAWC) in the Williams G. Davis Building.

$ Fees apply for registered programs. Contact anna.reale@utoronto.ca re: Summer membership.
University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Robert Gillespie Academic Skills CentreOtherHazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre, (905) 828-5236.

Twitter:
@RGASC_UTM
Learn strategies to improve your writing skills, TA skills, and more.

*A variety of grad student-only workshops are available for GPS credit.
University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
211 Toronto CentralHealth & Dental, Mental Health, Family, RecreationCall 211 (local calls). Text 2166 (M-F 2-9 pm). Live chat (M-F, 2-9 pm).This website of over 20,000 community, health, social, and related government services is a reliable resource for anyone looking for human services in Toronto. Searchable by language.Community (Toronto/GTA)
ConnexOntario / Ontario Mental Health HelplineMental Health1-866-531-2600
(24/7)
Provides access to addiction, mental health, and problem gambling services. Service in multiple languages (interpreters available).Community (Toronto/GTA)
Dental CareHealth & Dental101 Elm Street, 416-864-8000.Dental services performed by supervised dentistry students. Services include pediatric, emergency and general dentistry, and orthodontics.

$ Reduced rates; dental insurance plans accepted.
Community (Toronto/GTA)
East Metro Youth ServicesMental Health1200 Markham Road (at Ellesmere) 2nd floor, 416 438-3697 ext. 360.
Extended hours for walk-in services. Check our website.
Offers “What’s up? Walk-In,” a free counselling service for youth and their families. Parents with children and those 24 and younger can access free mental health services — no health card required.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Family Counselling Services of PeelMental HealthExtended hours for walk-in services. Check our website for details. Free walk-in counselling is available without having to book an appointment. Meet with our professional and qualified multicultural staff for support, advocacy and referrals to other available services.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Family Service TorontoMental HealthVarious locations. Extended hours for walk-in services. Check our website for details and locations.

To book an appointment, call 416-595-9618.
Offers both free walk-in counselling and by-appointment counselling for individuals, families, and couples.

$ For longer-term counselling, fees charged on sliding scale, depending on service.
Community (Toronto/GTA)
The 519Mental Health519 Church Street, 416-392-6874.Provides LGBTQ-focussed programs, services, and resources, including free, short-term counselling to individuals and couples.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Griffin Centre Mental Health ServicesMental Health1126 Finch Ave West, Unit 16 416-222-1153 or email walk-in@griffincentre.org

Extended hours for walk-in services. Check our website for details.
Offers “What’s up? Walk-In,” a free counselling service for youth and their families. Parents with children and individuals 29 and younger can access free mental health services — no health card required.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Hard FeelingsMental Health416-792-4393; 848 Bloor Street West. Book counsellor appointments.Hard Feelings is an innovative, welcoming community of professional counsellors who provide low-cost services and support. Their storefront sells carefully curated books and resources to help build and sustain stronger mental health. Community (Toronto/GTA)
Mood Disorders Association of OntarioMental Health36 Eglinton Avenue West, suite 602, 416-486-8046. The Mood Disorders Association of Ontario offers free support and recovery programs to people across Ontario living with depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder. They provide drop-in peer support groups, recovery programs, family and youth clinical support, early intervention for mood disorders, and psychosis and online tools focused on wellness and recovery.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Ontario Psychological AssociationMental HealthOnline referral serviceThe Ontario Psychological Association has an online referral service to link individuals with psychologist for treatment or assessment.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Ontario’s Online and Text Crisis and Distress Service (ONTX)Mental HealthText 258258 (text and online chat services are available from 2 pm to 2 am, 7 days a week)If you are not comfortable using the phone or would prefer to communicate with someone online or over text, ONTX is able to chat and text regarding distress, crisis, and suicidal thoughts.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Psychology TodayMental HealthPsychology Today maintains an online directory of therapists all over Canada and the U.S., with information about their location, therapy type, experience, insurance coverage, etc.Community (Toronto/GTA)
PsyVitalitïMental HealthPsyVitalitï is a group of therapists — psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors and social workers — offering you counselling, psychotherapy and coaching services.Provide secure online video conferencing at a preferred student rate, so UTGSU Health Plan members can consult a psychologist in the privacy and comfort of their own home.

$ Fees vary, depending on service. Consult your UTGSU Health Plan Benefits.
Community (Toronto/GTA)
Saint Elizabeth Health CareMental Health416-498-0043
(24/7)
This Community Crisis Response Program serves residents of Etobicoke and North York. Services include immediate telephone crisis intervention and support, mobile crisis visits in the home or the community, and referrals to other community services. Community (Toronto/GTA)
Scarborough Hospital Mobile Crisis ProgramMental Health416-495-2891Provides Telephone Crisis Response and community mobile crisis visits to individuals over 16 years of age who are experiencing a mental health crisis in Scarborough and East York. Community (Toronto/GTA)
Skylark (formerly Oolagen Community Services)Mental Health65 Wellesley Street East, unit 500.

Extended hours for walk-in services. Check our website or details.
Offers “What’s up? Walk-In,” a free counselling service for youth and their families. Parents with children and those 24 and younger can access free mental health services — no health card required.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Spectra Helpline / Distress Centres of Greater TorontoMental Health905-459-7777
(24/7 in English; M-F, 10 am to 10 pm: available in Cantonese, Mandarin, Portuguese, Spanish, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu).
24/7 Helpline providing confidential crisis and suicide intervention and emotional support. Text and chat options are also available. Community (Toronto/GTA)
Talk4HealingMental Health, Safety1-855-554-HEAL (4325)
24 hours. Talk, text, chat.
A helpline by Indigenous women for Indigenous women. Free and confidential, 14 Indigenous languages plus English and French.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Woodgreen Community ServicesMental Health815 Danforth Avenue (at Donalds), suite 100, 416-572-3575. Extended hours for walk-in services. Check our website for details.Offers free, immediate counselling on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings to address a wide range of concerns.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Yorktown Child & Family CentreMental Health2010 Eglinton Avenue West, suite 300, 416-394-2424. Extended hours for walk-in services. Check our website for details.Offers “What’s up? Walk-In,” a free counselling service for youth and their families. Parents with children and those 24 and younger can access free mental health services — no health card required.Community (Toronto/GTA)
YouthlinkMental Health636 Kennedy Road, Scarborough, 416-967-1773. Extended hours for walk-in services. Check our website for details.Offers “What’s up? Walk-In,” a free counselling service for youth and their families. Parents with children and those 24 and younger can access free mental health services — no health card required.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Distress Centres of Greater TorontoSafety, Mental Health416-408-4357 (24/7/365)A confidential helpline available 24/7/365 to people in emotional distress.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Gerstein CentreSafety, Mental Health416-929-5200 (24/7/365)24-hour community-based crisis service for serious mental health issues.Community (Toronto/GTA).
Good2TalkSafety, Mental Health1-866-925-5454
(24/7/365)
If you’re 25 or under, access free, professional, and confidential counselling support via this hotline.Community (Toronto/GTA).
Suicide Prevention ServiceSafety, Mental Health1-833-456-4566 / text 45645 / chat (24/7/365).Provides toll-free, 24/7 suicide crisis support to anyone in Canada.Community (Toronto/GTA).
Trans Life LineSafety, Mental Health1-877-330-6366 (24/7/365)A crisis hotline for trans and gender non-conforming individuals.Community (Toronto/GTA).
Have you experienced sexual violence or sexual assault?SafetyNear UTSG: Women’s College Hospital Acute Ambulatory Care Unit, room 1256, 416-323-6040.Visit a Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centre immediately for help with next steps, medical treatment, support, and the option to have a Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit exam.Community (Toronto/GTA).
Museum + Arts Pass (MAP)FamilyToronto Public Library locationsSign out a Sun Life Financial MAP Pass with your adult library card and you and your family can get free admission to many Toronto museums and other cultural attractions.Community (Toronto/GTA).
University of Toronto Childcare Centre on CharlesFamily35 Charles Street West, Toronto, ON M4Y 1R6, 416-415-2604. Sue Feltoe, Manager. Located within the University’s Student Family Housing, the Childcare Centre on Charles provides full-time and part-time care. This Centre is operated by George Brown College and serves as a training Lab School for the students from the Early Childhood Education programs at the College.

$ Fees apply
Community (Toronto/GTA).
Graduate Centre for Academic Communication (GCAC)Academic Support704 Spadina Ave, 2nd floor (west side of Spadina, north of Sussex), 416-946-7485, sgs.gcac@utoronto.caGCAC offers five types of support designed to target the needs of both native and non-native speakers of English: non-credit courses, single-session workshops, individual writing consultations, writing intensives, and a list of additional resources for academic writing and speaking. While the workshops function on a drop-in basis, writing centre consultations require an appointment, and courses and writing intensives require registration.St. George (UTSG)
Learning Strategists
Note: see OTHER category for additional supports at UTM and UTSC.
Academic SupportAcademic Success Koffler Student Services Centre, 214 College Street, room 150 (main floor).Learn to manage time and address procrastination issues and stress; develop new strategies, and improve your research, writing, and presentation skills.St. George (UTSG)
Library services & resources for graduate studentsAcademic SupportVisit our websiteLearn research tools, how to get one-on-one support, how to prepare for publication, and more.St. George (UTSG)
1-on-1 Writing Consultation, GCACAcademic SupportVisit our websiteOne-on-one consultations are available for graduate students who seek individualized assistance with their writing. In these sessions, trained instructors work with you to improve your capacity to plan, write, and revise your academic assignments. Instructors do not edit for you; they teach you to revise and edit your own work.St. George (UTSG)
Toronto Rape Crisis Centre / Multicultural Women Against RapeSafety416-597-8808 (24/7/365)Free 24/7 crisis line with private and confidential crisis intervention / support services. LGBTQ Safe Space.Community (Toronto / GTA).
UTGSU Health & Dental PlanMental HealthConsult the benefits section of the UTGSU website.The UTGSU Health & Wellness Plan covers the cost of a psychologist or clinical counsellor up to $500 per policy year. The practitioner must be a licensed psychologist or have a master’s degree in social work.St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Mental Health FrameworkMental HealthVisit our websiteU of T’s commitment to student mental wellness includes everyone. From student leaders to faculty and staff, we all have roles to play in ensuring student mental wellness. Explore the 22 recommendations across five key areas to discover how you fit in.St. George (UTSG)

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC)

University of Toronto Mississauga Campus (UTM)
Ontario Victim Support LineSafety416-314-2447 (24/7/365)24-hour telephone and TTY crisis line for women who have experienced abuse with service in over 200 languages spoken.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Schlifer ClinicSafety416-323-9149 (24/7/365)The Barbra Schlifer Clinic offers legal representation, professional counselling, and multilingual interpretation to women who have experienced abuse.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Hostel Services, Central IntakeSafety416-338-4766 / 1-877-338-3398For emergency shelter.Community (Toronto/GTA)
Centre for International Experience (CIE) Transition AdvisorInternational StudentsMake an appointment on the CLNx. Drop-in office hours.
Email an advisor.
Drop by room 204, 33 St. George Street or call 416-978-1754.
Get help adjusting to Canada, building your new community, and accessing University services. Talk with CIE’s Transition Advisor.St. George (UTSG)
International Students’ Caucus (UTGSU)International Students16 Bancroft Avenue, 416-978-2391.Coordinates meetings and events focusing on such issues as funding, academics, immigration, health insurance, and more.St. George (UTSG)
SGS International PortalInternational StudentsVisit our websiteAn online resource that connects prospective and current international graduate students to tri-campus resources and services.St. George (UTSG)
List of Doctors, Hospitals, and Labs Accepting UHIPInternational StudentsDownload pdf Have UHIP? Find out where you can access medical care in the Toronto community.St. George (UTSG)
BikechainRecreationNorth Borden Building on Bancroft Avenue across from GSU Pub & Harvest Noon Cafe (563 Spadina Crescent)Bikechain is a not-for-profit cycling organization based out of University of Toronto St. George campus. We are a hub for cycling activity by providing DIY services, affordable repairs, unique educational opportunities, and a welcoming community of staff and volunteers.St. George (UTSG)