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OISE Wellness: Supporting Health and Wellbeing in our Community

Useful Resources

Health and Wellness

Get support in achieving your personal and academic best, including access to a full-service health clinic, counselling services and peer support. 

Extended Hours at the HWC

Starting October, Tuesday and Wednesday hours for the Health and Wellness Centre will be extended from 5- 7pm by appointment only in response to students' needs and to improve access to our services. Find additional updates on the Health and Wellness Centre.



Student Mental Health Resource

No matter where you are on the mental wellness continuum, from being proactive about your mental well-being to feeling stressed or needing urgent help, U of T is here to support you. We are actively engaged in your mental well-being and want to empower you to discover the resources you need to feel and do your best. Whether it’s a bad day, a break-up, a life changing event or an urgent crisis, we are always here and can help you take your first step on your mental health journey.

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COVID-19 Coping Resources for the OISE Community

Professor Earl Woodruff and his colleagues within APHD developed coping resources for members of our community who are experiencing stress and isolation. 

If you are in crisis and need to talk to someone right away, please use one of the following 24/7 emergency counselling services:

My Student Support Program (My SSP) | 1-844-451-9700. Outside of North America, call 001-416-380-6578.

Culturally-competent mental health and counselling services in 146 languages for all U of T students.

Good2Talk Student Helpline | 1-866-925-5454 - Professional counseling, information and referrals helpline for mental health, addictions and students well-being.

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


COVID-19 and The Impact on Your Mental Health

Presented by Homewood Health

COVID-19 poses unique challenges for all individuals. For those who experience common mental health challenges, anxiety and depression the pandemic may be an additional stressor that contributes to these issues. This session helped participants understand anxiety and depression, typical reactions, and equipped participants with strategies, tips and tools for regulating managing their own emotions as card as tips for supporting others who may be experiencing difficulties.

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