Mental Health and Wellness

Support for Students

If you, or someone you know, is in need of support, please utilize one of the resources below:

Gender-based Violence & Survivor Support 

Learn more: Survivor Support - Health & Wellness - Western University (
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 St. Joseph’s Health Care Sexual Assault Treatment Program

St. Josephs’ Health Care’s Regional Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Treatment Centre is available 24/7. Their team of specialized nurses, doctors and social workers provide care to people of any age, gender or sexual identity experiencing sexual assault and/or domestic violence living in Oxford, Elgin, Huron-Perth and Middlesex counties.  There is no cost to the patient/client.

Learn more: Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Treatment Program | St. Joseph's Health Care London
Contact: (519) 646-6100 x64224

Residence Support

Students in residence can also contact their residence don, front desk, and residence life coordinator for assistance with understanding their options and have access to free, confidential services with the residence counselling and student support team. 

Further info:

Mental Health Support:

Are you eligible for the USC's Student Plan - Extended Health Coverage? If so, your plan covers a maximum of $1,200 for counselling services provided by a licensed psychologist, social worker, or psychotherapist.  To learn more, please visit

Western Health & Wellness provides mental health support to our campus population. Health & Wellness provides professional and confidential services, free of charge, to students needing assistance to meet their personal, social and academic goals. Services include consultation, referral, groups and workshops, as well as brief, change-oriented psychotherapy.

Learn more: Mental Health Support - Health & Wellness - Western University
Book a counselling appointment: (519) 661-3030

CMHA After Hours Crisis Counselling 

Starting January 18, appointments will be available every Thursday virtually from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. until late April.

Set up an appointment by emailing

Academic Counselling

As always Academic Counselling is here to help mitigate any consequences to your academic progress.