resource guide - Wellness Education Centre - Western University

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Mental Health and Wellness

RESOURCE GUIDE For Undergraduate and Graduate Students

24-HOUR CRISIS SERVICES

SECTIONS On-Campus Resources..........................................2-19

Numbers to Call

On-Campus Counselling Resources...................20-26

Action Canada Access Line

1-888-642-2725

Page 32

Western’s Wellness Wheel...............................................27

Anova Sexual and Domestic Violence Helpline

English: 519-642-3000 French: 1-877-336-2433

Page 34

Services for Students Living in Residence......... 28-30

Atlohsa Native Family Healing Services Inc. Crisis Line

1-800-605-7477

Page 35

Campus Police

Emergencies: 911 Non-emergencies: 519-661-3300

Page 4

Drug and Alcohol Helpline

1-800-565-8603

Page 37

Campus Resource Map.............................................61

Good2Talk

1-866-925-5454

Page 38

Mental Health Helpline

1-866-531-2600

Page 44

LEGEND

Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline

1-888-230-3505

Page 46

Reach Out

1-866-933-2023

Page 48

Regional Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Treatment Centre

Page 49 Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.: 519-646-6100 ext.64224 After Hours: 519-646-6100: Press “0” and ask switchboard to page the nurse on-call for sexual assault and domestic violence

Student Emergency Response Team (SERT)

911 (on a campus phone) or 519-661-3300 (on a cellphone)

Mental Health and Wellness Resource Guide

Off-Campus Resources........................................ 31-51

Page 17

Online Resources................................................ 52-57 24-Hour Crisis Services............................................ 58 Index................................................................... 59-60

Phone Number Website Email

24-Hour Service

Explore Western’s Student Guide for a list of all resources and services offered on campus. You can pick up a copy in front of the Bookstore in the University Community Centre and in the Western Student Services Building, or view it online at: publications.uwo.ca/publications/student_guide.html We would like to thank Heidi Balsillie, Fairmount Foundation, for generously supporting health and wellness initiatives at Western University. August 2017

TABLE OF CONTENTS

24 HOUR CRISIS SERVICES 60

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Academic Counselling

ON-CAMPUS RESOURCES

ON-CAMPUS RESOURCES Western has a variety of services and resources geared towards improving student life. In these pages, you will find content related to your academics, as well as your health and well-being. Each resource is available to undergraduate, graduate, and affiliate students unless otherwise specified.

*Refer to page 21 and 22 in the “Counselling” section.

Accessibility at Western Western is committed to achieving barrier-free accessibility for persons with disabilities who are studying, visiting, and working at Western. As part of this commitment, there are a variety of services, groups, and committees on campus devoted to promoting accessibility and ensuring that individuals have equitable access to services and facilities. Western’s Accessibility program is coordinated by Equity & Human Rights Services.

Somerville House, Room 2319 | 519-661-2111 ext.81458 | [email protected] | accessibility.uwo.ca

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