Mental Health Resources

York University

Student Counselling & Development
(416) 736-5297
N110 Bennett Center

Student Accessibility Services
N204 Bennett Centre
N108 Ross Building

YFS Access Centre
416-736-2100 ext. 77612
429 First Student Centre

Student-run alternative to disability services that offers York students and staff a space in which to consider the various dimensions of the disability experience

Graduate Student Wellness Services
416-736-2100 ext. 33379
York Lanes Building, Room 230

All registered part–time/full–time York University graduate students may access the service. Grad students who are not currently registered active, but are on an approved leave from their studies, may also access the service.

Accessibility, Well-Being and Counselling (Glendon)
Glendon Hall, 111A

York Psychology Clinic
(416) 650-8488
104 Behavioural Science

Clinical Manager reviews phone-call intakes on a weekly basis and will let the caller know if and when they can start to provide the requested service.

Mental Health & Wellness at York

Toronto & GTA

Toronto Distress Centre
416-408-0007 (TTY)

Centre for Addictions & Mental Health (CAMH)
250 College Street (24 hr Emergency Centre)
1001 Queen Street West

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)
1-866-531-2600 (Crisis Line)
416-789-7957 (Lawrence Ave West Site)
416-789-7957 (Markham Road Site)

CMHA Crisis Support Peel
1-866-863-0511 (Toll Free)
Text #SAFE (7233)

Crisis de-escalation as well as a Mobile Crisis Team available.

Griffin Centre Mental Health Services

Offering services including assessment, service coordination and planning, individual, family and group counselling, specialized day/residential services and respite services.

Black Youth Helpline
1-833-294-8650 (Toll Free)
1111 Finch Ave. West, Suite 411

Gerstein Crisis Centre
416-929-5200 (Crisis Line)
416-929-9647 (TTY)
100 Charles Street East
1045 Bloor Street West

“To provide a community based, alternative approach to crisis intervention by delivering individualized, non-medical support to people experiencing a mental health crisis.”

Skylark Youth
255-40 Orchard View Blvd

Free walk-in counselling for youth and families. They also provide 23-days treatment programs, drug education, free safe housing, and more.

Distress Centre of Toronto
416-408-0007 (TTY)

Phone line for people in emotional distress or in need of crisis intervention and suicide prevention; multiple languages.

Children’s Aid Society of Toronto

Provides assessments, crisis intervention, counseling and services to prevent child abuse and neglect.

Victim Services Program of Toronto

Assists following sudden death, assault, suicide, motor vehicle accident, and more. Community workers are often able to attend the scene.

The Integrated Community Mental Health Crisis Response Program

Assists in acute psychosocial crisis, and has a mobile unit servicing East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough and York.

Sheena’s Place
87 Spadina Road, Toronto ON

They support individuals, families and friends affected by eating disorders to overcome barriers and provide effective, community-based services at all stages of recovery.



Good2Talk is a free, confidential helpline providing professional counselling and information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being to post-secondary students in Ontario, 24/7/365.

ConnexOntario / Mental Health Help Line
1-866-531-2600 (24/7)

Access to addiction, mental health and problem gambling services as well as connections to local resources across Ontario.

National Crisis Line

Bereaved Families of Ontario