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Campus Mental Health Resources: Student Services

Student Services

Student Services

Please visit the full list of Student Services and Departments offered at Niagara College here: Departments and Services Directory.

Some specialized areas:

Mental Health Resources

On-Campus Resources   

Campus Location Contact Website



AH 125 hwas@niagaracollege.ca // 905-735-2211 ext 7778




W 102 hwas@niagaracollege.ca // 905-641-2252 ext 4409 http://www.niagaracollege.ca/counselling-services/



AH 125 hwas@niagaracollege.ca // 905-735-2211 ext 7778 https://www.niagaracollege.ca/accessibilityservices/


Off-Campus Resources

Service Location Contact Website
Canadian Mental Health Association Niagara Branch 905-641-5222 https://niagara.cmha.ca/
COAST: Niagara/Mental Health & Addiction Access Line (24/7) Niagara Branch 1-866-550-5205 (press 1 for COAST, press 2 for Mental Health & Addiction Help Line)    


De Dwa Da Dehs Nye>s Aboriginal Health Centre

Niagara Branch 1-877-402-4121 aboriginalhealthcentre.com
Distress Centre Niagara 905-688-3711 https://distresscentreniagara.com/
Family Mental Health Support Niagara 905-894-6808 http://www.familysupportniagara.com/
Good2Talk Canada 1-866-925-5454 (Ontario) Good2Talk
Keep.Me.Safe: International Mental Wellness Student Support Canada 1-844-451-9700        


Niagara College Wellness Supports

Niagara College - Health, Wellness & Accessibility Services

Mental health professionals can provide students with referrals to appropriate NC resources and supports, as well as facilitate confidential community referrals. Services are available virtually and in-person upon request.

Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm

WC: 905-735- 2211 ext. 7778,

NL: 905-641- 2252 ext. 4409

Niagara College Student Services

Counselling Services

Talking about your thoughts and feelings with a supportive person can help feel better. It can be very healing to voice your worries or to talk about something that’s weighing on your mind. And, it feels good to be listened to—to know that someone else cares about you and wants to help. When necessary, counsellors can also make referrals to appropriate community services for further assistance.

Our services are free, confidential, voluntary and can help students with:

  • Resolving academic difficulties: studying, test preparation, essay writing skills, time management, listening, effective reading, note taking etc.
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Mental health and wellness
  • Peer tutoring services
  • Personal crisis
  • Substance use/abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Educational planning
  • Finances
  • Transition to community services

Confidentiality Statement

All information shared with the Counselling Services office will not be released without your written consent. Exceptions to confidentiality would occur only as required by law.

Privacy information

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