Student Life

Mental Health Resources

This week  is Bell Let's Talk, a great reminder that we should all take care of our mental health every day. Remember that you are not alone and that asking for help is a sign of strength and maturity.

Here are a list of of great resources:

On-Campus Resources

Seneca Medical Centre

The Seneca Medical Centre provides a wide range of health services to students living away from home. In addition, it offers walk-in clinic services for students and employees who live locally.

The Centre's health care team includes registered nurses and medical doctors.

Newnham Campus

1750 Finch Avenue East
M2J 2X5
Room G2652
416.491.5050 ext. 22965
[email protected]

Seneca Counseling and Accessibility Services

Counselling and Accessibility Services offers support for all  Seneca students.  Seneca counselors  can help students fulfill their personal and academic potential through individual and/or group supports. The college counsellors are always approachable and supportive. They hold professional degrees in counseling-related fields and balance their theoretical background with extensive practical experience.

Seneca counselors can  also assist you with:

  • Learning Strategists
  • Assistive Technologists

  • Study Skills and Academic Development


[email protected] Campus

Room S1175

416.491.5050 ext. 33150

Newnham Campus

Room E2427

416.491.5050 ext. 22900

King Campus

Room GH2118

416.491.5050 ext. 55157

Markham Campus

Room 280

416.491.5050 ext. 77508


Other Resources

Check up from the Neck up

Check up from the Neck up is a project of The Mood Disorders Association of Ontario.  This simple, online, private, mental health check-up can identify some symptoms of common mood disorders so you can get help if you need it.  In addition, you can  learn more about mood disorders on this site and find resources to help yourself, your family members, or friends. Check up from the Neck up can also assist you with finding a doctor, a therapist as well as a mood disorder clinic.

Comments, questions and feedback about this website can be directed to [email protected].



The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is a psychiatric teaching hospital  based in Toronto. It is committed to  "Working to Create a Better Future for Anyone Struggling with Mental Illness & Addiction". CAMH offers a  multitude programs and services for people of all ages, backgrounds  and sexual orientations.



CAMH Main Switchboard

416 535-8501 or 1 800 463-2338 toll-free, staffed 24/7.

CAMH Foundation

416 979-6909 or 1 800 414-0471 toll-free for information about your donation or supporting the cause.
Email: [email protected]

Canadian Mental Health Association

The Canadian Mental Health Association is  most extensive community mental health organization in Canada. With a presence in all provinces and territories, it provides advocacy, programs and resources that help to prevent mental health problems and illnesses, support recovery and resilience.  The association's goal is to  enable all Canadians to flourish and thrive.  The association also offers help en français!

You can click here to find your closest CMHA location.


Find Mental Health Support

Here is a list of  health-lines and resources  by the Government of Ontario.  Learn about supports available to you, and how to get help when you need it. Whe





For people ages 17 to 25

Toll-free: 1-866-925-5454


Hope for Wellness Helpline

Immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention for all Indigenous peoples across Canada (available in some Indigenous languages)

Toll-free: 1-855-242-3310

Live web chat

211 Ontario

Information and referral for community, government, social and health services, including mental health resources across Ontario

Call 2-1-1

Toll-free: 1-877-330-3213

Live web chat



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