STUDENT WELLNESS HUB
The Student Wellness Hub contains a team of general practitioners, nurses, psychiatrists, counsellors, social workers, and dietitians that help serve McGill students at both the MacDonald and downtown campuses. Because of the pandemic, the Student Wellness Hub has moved many of their services to a virtual format.
To find out more about Health Insurance Plans, click here.
To find out more about how to book a telehealth appointment, click here.
Keep.meSAFE is a mental health counseling service for McGill students that you can access at the click of a button! Just download the MySSP app for Apple iOS or Android and set up your profile. This service is available to all McGill students, whether in the Montreal area or not, and provides mental health care in over 60 languages, immediate access to licensed counsellors through phone and chat, and in-person counselling appointments with hundreds of licensed counsellors in the city of Montreal with minimal wait times.
DriveSafe is a McGill student-run group that offers safe and free rides home late at night for all McGill students. They operate on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 11pm-3am.
If you're interested in volunteering for DriveSafe, you can find out more here.
Phone: +1 514-398-8040
WalkSafe is a McGill student-run group that offers free and safe walks from your current location to your destination every night of the week.
If you're interested in volunteering for WalkSafe, you can find out more here.
Sunday - Thursday, 9pm to 12am
Friday - Saturday, 9pm to 3am
Phone: +1 514-398-2498
MCGILL OFFICE FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES - OSD
The McGill OSD offers resources, support, and accommodations to students experiencing academic or physical barriers. Because of the pandemic, appointments will be virtual.
To learn more about how to access OSD resources and book virtual appointments during the Fall 2020 semester, please read the OSD COVID-19 Student FAQ found here.
PEER SUPPORT CENTRE
The Peer Support Centre offers trained and confidential peer counseling services in which McGill students can discuss and explore anything that is going on in their life in a supportive, non-judgemental environment. Because of the pandemic, the Peer Support Centre is offering online services.
Find out more about the PSC’s online services and how to book appointments here.
OFFICE FOR SEXUAL VIOLENCE RESPONSE, SUPPORT, AND EDUCATION (OSVRSE)
The Office for Sexual Violence Response, Support, and Education (OSVRSE) provides intervention, counseling, and resources for those affect by sexual and gender-based violence. Because of the pandemic, OSVRSE is currently not offering drop-ins, volunteering, or events, but you can email them for resources and support or call the 24/7 provincial sexual assault crisis line (1-88-933-9007 / 514-933-9007) for immediate help. Stay tuned with their social medias and website for more information regarding their hours and services for the Fall 2020 semester.
SEXUAL ASSAULT CENTRE OF THE MCGILL'S STUDENT SOCIETY (SACOMSS)
SACOMSS is a volunteer organization that provides accessible, non-judgemental, and confidential Drop-In and Line (DIAL), Support Groups, Advocacy, and Outreach resources for those affected by sexual assault. All of their services are open to the public and are provided free of charge. Because of the pandemic, SACOMSS has irregular hours, so make sure to check their service hours updated weekly on their website homepage and Facebook page.
For a list of other helplines, visit http://www.sacomss.org/wp/helplines/
SACOMSS DIAL (non-judgmental & confidential sexual assault Drop-In And Line): (514)-398-8500
P10 Montreal promotes the personal, social, sexual, and mental well being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersected, and questioning youth and adults ages 14-25. You can also reach them through their anonymous and confidential helpline (514-989-4585) that is open Tuesday 12-6pm and Thursday from 1-6pm.
Browse their list of mental health professionals of color in the Montreal area: https://bipocmentalhealth.tumblr.com/list
Helpline: +1 514-989-4585
SSMU EATING DISORDER RESOURCE AND SUPPORT CENTRE (EDRSC)
The EDRSC is a student-led campus initiative that offers free support groups and drop-in services for McGill students. These student volunteers have received training in active listening, peer mental health support, eating disorders and disordered eating, and anti-oppressive practices. The EDRSC is now offering support groups every Saturday at 2pm over Zoom, and will have more services available for the Fall 2020 semester that can be found on their Facebook page.