Student mental health is a priority for the University of Toronto. Through the Presidential and Provostial Task Force on Student Mental Health, a number of recommendations have been implemented and initiatives underway.

For a comprehensive overview of mental health supports for students across all of our campuses, please visit the Student Mental Health Resource.

If this is an emergency, call 911. For other safety concerns, please refer to our Safety & Support website for resources.

Ensuring you have access to the resources you need when you need them is important to us. The following resources are available to all registered U of T students.

U of T Telus Health Student Support

You can access U of T Telus Health Student Support (formerly U of T My SSP) 24/7 by calling 1-844-451-9700. Outside of North America, call 001-416-380-6578. (See instructions for accessing Telus Health Student Support outside Canada or the U.S. under Service Delivery.)

U of T Telus Health Student Support provides students with real-time and/or appointment-based confidential, 24-hour support for any school, health, or general life concern at no cost to you. You can call or chat with a counsellor directly from your phone whenever, wherever you are.

Ongoing support is available over the phone in 146 languages. Immediate support is available over the phone in 35 languages and over chat in simplified Chinese, English, French and Spanish. Web option is also available at Telus Health Student Support(opens in a new tab).

Tri-Campus Mental Health Services

Tri-Campus Accessibility Services

Navi: Your U of T Resource Finder

Navi, short for navigator, is a chat-based service that acts as a virtual assistant for students looking for general information on many topics, including admissions, financial aid, getting involved, careers, convocation and more, along with resources for students wanting to learn more about the mental health supports available to them at the University of Toronto. All a user has to do is click on the chat button and tell Navi what they need help with. From stress and anxiety to feelings of discrimination or loneliness and everything in between, Navi is able to help by quickly searching for and providing the user with contact information and direct links to U of T resources. This way, the user doesn’t have to know the name of the service in order to find what they’re looking for.