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Queen's Resources

Safety and Security
Name

Phone

Details

Campus Security   613-533-6111 Emergency Report Centre for on-campus emergencies only. 
613-533-6733 For non-emergencies, including lost and found and the Lone Walker and Campus Escort programs.
Off-Campus Response Program  613-533-2922 Campus Security will respond to community noise complaints in an effort to resolve noise issues before the police or bylaw enforcement officers are contacted.
Campus Observation Room

(COR)
613-533-6911 Open Friday and Saturday nights, 10 pm - 7 am in the fall term (until exams). Support and monitoring for intoxicated students on campus. Open to all students and their friends. Walk in, or call for advice.
Health, Counselling and Disability Services 613-533-2506 Call to book an appointment with a doctor, nurse, or counsellor.  For urgent issues, quick appointments are available.
Human Rights Office 613-533-6886 Administers the University's Harassment/Discrimination Policy and Procedure and provides resources and advice.

Queen's First Aid

613-533-6111

613-533-6000 ext. 75373

For emergencies only, contact first aid responders through the Campus Security. Call the office line for non-emergencies.

Walkhome 613-533-9255 (WALK) Provides safe passage to Queen's community members from dusk.  Open till 2 am Sun-Wed; 3 am Thurs-Sat; 4 am during the exam period, and 1 am in the summer.
Environmental Health and Safety  613-533-2999 Mission is to enhance teaching and research at the University by fostering a healthy and safe living and work environment.
Community Living
Municipal Affairs Commission (AMS) 613-533-6000 ext. 75178 Provides services for students belonging to the Alma Mater Society including the Holiday Housecheck and Student Property Assessment Team, and works to improve and sustain positive relationships between students and the City of Kingston.
Judicial Affairs Office (AMS) 613-533-6000 ext. 77944 Administers the discipline process and sanctions for breaches of the Queen's Code of Conduct, where a respondent is a member of the Alma Mater Society.
Student Community Relations 613-533-6745  Your first stop for resources on leases, landlords, sublets, and community living in Kingston. Visit room 135 in the John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC).
Society of Graduate & Professional Students (SGPS) 613-533-2924   Oversees gradaute student body, administers health and dental plans, small grants, SGPS council, orientation and oscial events. Represents graduate students' interests and participation in the University government. Student advisors are available for advocacy, support and referral.
AMS Food Centre 613-533-6972 Located at MacGillivray-Brown Hall (Barrie Street entrance). Provides non-perishable food items, free of charge, with your Queen's student card.

Kingston Resources

Safety and Security
Name

Contact

Details

Frontenac Ambulance 911 Emergency medical response.
Kingston Police 911 Emergency response.
613-549-4660 For non-emergency situations.
Kingston Fire & Rescue 911 Emergency response. 
Kingston Detox Centre 613-549-6461 Short-term, non-medical treatment for detoxification from alcohol and/or other drugs.  Walk-in service and crisis response over the phone are available.
Ontario Medical Services Directory

Kingston General Hospital

613-548-3232

Listings for emergency rooms, urgent care clinics, and after-hours clinics in Kingston, including maps, hours of operation, and contact information.
Sexual Assault Centre Kingston 613-544-6424

1-877-544-6424 

(toll-free)
24-hour support line. A confidential, free service for women and men who are survivors of sexual violence. Friends, family or other support people may also call.
Telehealth Ontario

1-866-797-0000

TTY: 1-866-797-0007

Non-emergency health advice and health answers from Registered Nurses.  Free and confidential.
Telephone Aid Line Kingston 613-544-1771 Confidential and anonymous non-judgmental crisis, distress, befriending and information telephone line.  A safe place to call when you don't know where to turn and you need to talk.  
Sexual Assault/ Domestic Violence Program    Visit the Kingston General Hospital Emergency Department or Hotel Dieu Hospital and ask to speak to the SADV nurse on call if you are a victim of domestic violence or you believe you have been sexually assaulted.

Dawn House Women's Shelter

613-545-1379 For homeless women and their children who are seeking housing in Kingston. 
Interval House Women's Shelter 

 
613-546-1777

1-800-267-9445 

(toll free)
Safe shelter for abused women and their children.
Kingston Youth Shelter  613-544-3400 Emergency overnight shelter, counselling and food for youth aged 16-24.
Frontenac Community Mental Health & Addiction Services 613-544-4229 Provides effective crisis intervention, stabilization and support to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis and their families.
Ryandale Shelter for the Homeless 613-548-8466 Emergency overnight shelter for men and women and their families.
Community Living
Brush and leaf collection calendar   City of Kingston. Follow the  link and type in your address.
Waste pickup calendar   City of Kingston. Follow the link and type in your address.
 Martha's Table 613-546-0320 Non-profit organization providing nutritious meals, Monday to Friday (3:30 to 5:15 pm) for $1. Space to relax, find friendships and enjoy good food.

Partners in Mission Food Bank

613-544-4534 Food assistance, free of charge, for recipients in emergency situations or in need of food. Open Monday to Friday (8:30 am to 12 noon and 1 to 4:30 pm). 
Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board 1-888-332-3234 Information (but not legal advice) regarding Ontario's Residential Tenancies Act.
ResolveKingston 613-549-8626 

ext. 3231 
Operated by K3C Counselling Centres. Provides a community mediation program that can help resolve conflicts with neighbours, roommates, landlords, and others, usually in one meeting.