(519) 433 - 2023
The London Distress Centre's Crisis Line provides confidential, short-term telephone support from highly trained and caring volunteers.
Specifically for post-secondary students in Ontario, Good2Talk is a confidential and anonymous helpline providing professional counseling, information, and referrals for mental health, addictions, and well-being.
Ivey Program Services
(519) 661-4111, Monday-Friday, 7:45 am to 4:30 pm
Andrea Cramp: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ivey Program Services team is able to offer support during times of crisis. Please call or drop in to the Program Services office during office hours.
Mental Health at Western
A link to the variety of mental health support resources available through Western University.
Student Development Centre
The Student Development Centre is located in Room 4100 of the Western Student Services Building, behind UCC. It offers support in the following areas:
Psychological Services (assessments, individual counseling, group sessions)
Student Health Services
Western's Student Health Services offers counseling services. Their individual counseling services are provided by a team of psychiatrists, physician psychotherapists, and social workers.
FEMAP (First Episode Mood and Anxiety Program)
(519) 646-6000 ext. 65178
FEMAP is a research program related to youth ages 16-25 who have mood and/or anxiety concerns. Their focus is research on a novel health care delivery model. Self-referrals are welcome, so give them a call if you are interested in learning more and accessing support.
Hope's Garden offers support and resources to those affected by eating disorders. This includes those who are struggling with eating disorders themselves, as well as their friends and family. Note that Hope's Garden offers support but is not a treatment center.
*Please note this is not an exhaustive list of resources available for your support. You have options. For more information, please click on the links or contact us.