Student Wellness Services

Student Wellness Services

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  • Student Wellness Services now open, located on the 1st floor of Mitchell Hall

    We have moved to the Côté Sharp Student Wellness Centre, now open on the ground floor in Mitchell Hall.  Hours of Service are 9:00 - 7:30 from Monday to Thursday and 9:00 - 5:00 on Fridays. Phones are answered between 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday to Friday.

  • Empower Me - Free 24/7 In-Person and Online Mental Health Counselling in Over 30 Languages

    Empower Me
    Convenient, Confidential, Comprhensive
    Free 24/7 In-Person and Online
    Mental Health Counselling
    In Over Thirty Languages

  • TAO: Therapy Assistance Online - Free online self-help for stress, anxiety and the blues

    TAO: Therapy Assistance Online
    Anxious?
    Stressed?
    Overwhelmed?

    Free online self-help for
    stress, anxiety and the blues
    queensu.ca/studentwellness/TAO

  • Start the semester off with healthy cooking! Monday, Jan 20th, 6:30 to 8pm, $7

    Students can register online for this cooking workshop

  • One-time and multi-session groups for students, led by professional healthcare providers. Located in JDUC room 135

    Professionally-led wellness groups starting the 1st week in February.  Find out more and register online

  • Identifying and responding to students in distress: january 29th and april 7th, 2020

    Learn how to identify and respond to students in distress.  Register online for this FREE workshop available to all students, staff and faculty

  • safetalk suicide alertness, january 30th and april 24th, 2020

    Help create a safer campus community by becoming more suicide alert.  Register online for this training available to students, staff and faculty

  • Apply to volunteer with SWS as a Peer Health Educator or Campus Observation Room (COR) volunteer!

    Apply to volunteer with SWS as a Peer Health Educator or Campus Observation Room (COR) volunteer!  Accepting online applications now until February 17th, 2020

Welcome to Student Wellness Services

Student Wellness Services works to provide a welcoming, confidential, and integrated service that is responsive to student health, wellness, and accesibility needs.

Call 613 533 2506 between 8:00am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday, to book a weekday appointment with a health care provider or with Accessibility Services.
 

January 2020 Updates 

Walk-in health clinics run most weekdays and evenings. There are many after-hours services (in person and online) available when our clinics are closed or reach capacity. If you need emergency care in a life-threatening health or safety situation, call 9-1-1 or go directly to the local Emergency Department at the Kingston Health Sciences Centre (entrance on King St. between George and Lower University).

Most counselling appointments are now booked same day by phone (613 533 2506), starting at 8:00am. If you are in distress or feel you are unsafe, urgent same day support is available weekdays at Mitchell Hall or at the AMHS Mental Health Crisis walk-in clinic at 552 Princess St. (between Alfred and Frontenac) weekdays 8:30 – 4:00. Students can also call the local 24/7 AMHS KFLA Crisis Line at 613 544-4229, Empower Me, 24/7, at 1-844-741-6389, or Good2Talk, 24/7, at 1-866-925-5454. For all mental health resources, supports and programs, please click here

No Show Policy: We want to serve as many students as possible, so please call 24/7 to cancel your appointment as soon as you know you can no longer attend as scheduled, or if you don't need it. If you do not provide 24 hours notice of cancellation, a no show fee will be applied to your SOLUS account. Please see our No Show policy for more details.

Stay flu free! We are offering free flu shots for all students. Call 613 533 2506 to book your appointment! Make sure your vaccinations are up to date and practice good personal hygiene: wash your hands and use hand sanitizer; avoid sharing eating or drinking utensils; cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze. Stay well!

Drug-related notices:

October 28, 2019-KFL&A Public Health reports an illicit drug called etizolam, sometimes called “street valium”, may be circulating in the area. It has been linked to fatal overdoses in Ontario, and has been mixed with opioids. Learn more about this emerging risk. 

September 26, 2019: Health Canada has recently announced that at its request, the distribution of ranitidine drugs, which are used to treat heartburn – by prescription and over the counter – be stopped while Health Canada assesses a potential health risk. Students who use this drug are advised to consult with a pharmacist. For more information, visit Health Canada’s website

For more information about services and supports, please see the blue navigation bar above. Here is how to access our services:  

To book an appointment: Family doctor, Nurse, Counsellor, Occupational Therapist, Accessibility Advisor, Call 613-533-2506
Drop-In / Walk-in: Acute illness or injury, crisis / distress, unsure what you need? Come in person to Student Wellness Services, Mitchell Hall, ground floor
Workshops, Wellness Groups, Support Groups, and Training, click here for Information and Registration
Healthy Living Appointments, click here to Book Appointment

  

 

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