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Fitness & Performance is teaming up with Hart House and the University of Toronto Mississauga to bring you the University of Toronto Virtual Fitness Studio.
24/7 Crisis Support Peel
Provides intervention services to people who are in mental health or addiction crisis. Call 905-278-9036.
Providing centralized information, intake and scheduling for most of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) services, Access CAMH makes it easy for patients, families, friends and healthcare professionals to find the help and services they need with a single phone call.
Accessibility/AccessAbility Services provides services and academic accommodations to students who have an on-going (permanent) or temporary learning, physical, sensory, chronic health or mental health disability or medical condition. Services and programs cater to the individual, providing supports that are tailored to meet the student’s individual needs.
Providing equitable, holistic mental health and addiction services for racialized communities.
Anishnawbe Mental Health Crisis
24/7 crisis line and support services for Aboriginal People based on Traditional practices, including support from Traditional Healers, Elders, and Medicine People. Call 416-891-8606.
Anxiety Disorders Association of Canada
Free online, self-help, and evidence-based resources on anxiety.
Anxiety Disorders Association of Ontario
Access anxiety resources.
Join the ArriveUTSC program and learn how to thrive both personally and academically by:
- Better understanding the connections between academic success and personal well-being
- Building motivation, optimism, and resilience
- Improving learning strategy essentials like time management and effective studying
- Developing a sense of belonging on campus
ArriveUTSC is a holistic 7-week group-based program. To be eligible for this program, you must be a UTSC student who:
- started in 2019 or before
- is getting low grades
- is on academic probation
- or is on academic suspension
If this is you, then we invite you to sign-up to attend this mini-course. This may be the right time to pause, re-evaluate and pick up some tools to help you move forward in a meaningful way!
Assaulted Women’s Helpline
Offers a 24-hour telephone and TTY crisis line to all women who have experienced abuse. We provide counselling, emotional support, information and referrals. We recognize abuse as one example of women's social, political and economic inequality in the world.