Health and Wellness

Mental Health

Crisis Services at Western
(M-F daytime)

phone or go in person

Student Development Centre

519.661.3031
4th floor
Student Services Building

Student Health Services (SHS)
519.661.3030 OR
519.661.3771
UCC Rm 11 (lower level)

After Hours Crisis Resources

Campus Community Police Service
- Emergency: Call 911
- Non-emergencies or inquiries:
519.661.3300

London Crisis Response Line
519.433.2023
Call 24/7 for phone crisis response

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Mental Health can be defined as “the capacity to feel, think and act in ways that enhance our ability to enjoy life and deal with the challenges we face.”  (Public Health Agency of Canada)

We have a campus population of over 35,000 people between Western's students, staff and faculty combined, and the prevalence of mental health issues is likely higher than we know. Wellness in mind, body, and spirit are essential to academic success and job performance.  The most important things you can do the maintain good mental health,  are to pay attention to sleep, exercise and nutrition.

If you are concerned about yourself,  you are not alone.  Western offers free counselling services and several on campus mental health resources; including one for international students.  If you hear a friend talk of feeling overwhelmed PLEASE don’t ignore it - listen and encourage them to talk to someone who can help.