Students

If you are a student and need help with your mental health, one of the best places to start is your school. We have listed a selection of Montreal-area universities and CEGEPs here, but you can always speak to your guidance counselor or ask a teacher for help.

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University Resources
Bishop's University: Counselling819-822-9695Counselling services provided to Bishops students for a wide variety of issues, including mental health related problems. [E]Sherbrooke
Bishop's University: Student Accessibility & Accomodation ServicesWEBSITESpecialized academic support services, including academic accomodations and counselling, for students suffering from mental illness. [E] Sherbrooke
Concordia University: Mental Health ServicesSGW Campus: 514-848-2424 x3565
LOY Campus: 514-848-2424 x3575
Assessment of mental health needs and guidance towards appropriate resources, including psychologists, psychiatrists, and other mental health services. [E]Montreal (Ville-Marie)
Concordia University: Counselling & Psychological ServicesSGW Campus: 514-848-2424 x3545
LOY Campus: 514-848-2424 x3555
Counselling, psychotherapy, groups, workshops and other resources for the Concordia community. [E]Montreal (Ville-Marie)
Concordia University: Access Center for Students with Disabilities (ACSD) SGW Campus: 514-848-2424 x3525
LOY Campus: 514-848-2424 x4562
Accomodations and services (such as advising and exam services) offered to students with disabilities, including mental health conditions. [E]Montreal (Ville-Marie)
McGill University: Counselling and Mental Health Services514-398-3601 or 514-398-6019 Counselling for McGill students with psychological and emotional issues, as well as academic and vocational challenges. [E]Montreal (Ville-Marie)
McGill University: Healthy McGillWEBSITE Provides resources information and support for a healthy lifestyle at McGill. [E] Montreal (Ville-Marie)
McGill University: Mental Health HubWEBSITEResources, information and screening geared to the McGill community. [E]Montreal
McGill University: Peer Support CentreWEBSITEPeer support for McGill students. (Open during the fall and winter semesters) [E]Montreal (Ville-Marie)
McGill University: Student's Nightline 514-398-6246 Night time listening services and chatline from 6pm to 3 am. Provides active listening, information and referrals, and crisis management. (Open during the fall and winter semesters.) [E]Montreal
Université de Montreal: FAECUM Mental Health Resources 514-343-5947Consultations, learning support, workshops and more for students with mental health conditions. [F] ($)Montreal (Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce)
UQAM: Soutient aux étudiants en Situation de Handicap 514-987-3185Consultations, financial support, workshops and other accomodations for students with disabilities, including mental health conditions.[F]Montreal (Quartier des Spectacles)
Université Sherbrooke: Psychologie 819-821-7666 or 450-463-1835 x67665Psychological services offered to Sherbrooke students. [F]Sherbrooke
Université Sherbrooke: Programme d'Integration des étudiants en Situation d'Handicap 819-821-7997 or 1-800-267-8337 x67997Individualized services and support offered to Sherbrooke students suffering from mental illness. [F]Sherbrooke
CEGEP Resources
CEGEP Bois-de-Boulogne: Clinique des Jeunes Adultes 514-332-3000 x7543Clinic which provides mental health consultations, by a nurse or psychologist. [F]Montreal (Ahuntsic-Cartierville)
CEGEP Bois-de-Boulogne: Service d'Aide Spécialisé514-332-3000 x6441Specialized academic support services for students dealing with mental illness. [F]Montreal (Ahuntsic-Cartierville)
Dawson College: Counselling514-931-8731 x1125Counselling services (drop-in) for students with mental health concerns. [E]Montreal (Atwater)
Dawson College: Student Accessibility514-931-8731 x1195Academic support for students suffering from mental health issues. [E]Montreal (Atwater)
Dawson College: 1249 CLUBWEBSITEClub that advocates for mental wellbeing of Dawson students and staff through physical activity and healthy lifestyle habits. [E]Montreal (Atwater)
John Abbott College: Counselling514-457-6610 x5292Confidential personal counselling services for students who suffer from mental illness or experience mental distress. [E]Montreal (West-Island)
Marianopolis College: AccessAbility Centre514-931-8792 x522Support services, including student advocacy, workshops, coaching on learning and organizational strategies, faculty support, information for parents and help in transitioning from high school and/or to university. Offered to students with a diagnosed mental health (or other) disability [E]Montreal (Westmount)
Marianopolis College: Counselling and Health514-931-8792 x244Counselling services and workshops that promote psychological wellbeing in students who suffer from mental illness or experience mental distress. [E]Montreal (Westmount)
Vanier College: Counselling Center514-744-7885Counselling services (drop-in or by appointment) for students. [E]Montreal (Saint-Laurent)
Other Resources
CMHAWEBSITEInformation and resources for those with mental illness that are going to college or university. [E/F]Canada
HealthyMinds AppWEBSITE/APPTool to help track and deal with emotions and cope with the stresses you encounter at school and at home. [E]
UlifelineWEBSITEOnline resource for college mental health; campus specific resources and information. [E]USA
Vent over TeaWEBSITEFree active listening service that takes place in local cafes. [E/F]Montreal