News & Updates
Notice of clinic closure: September 3rd
National Survey for Young Adult Males:
The University of Manitoba is conducting a survey with the purpose to determine the service needs, service availability, and service gaps for adolescent and young adult males across Canada. The information gathered will help to guide prevention and intervention strategies for boys and young men in Canada.
The survey will take about 30 minutes to complete. All surveys are anonymous. Results of the survey will be available here on the Men’s Resource Centre website in December 2015 and will be shared with other agencies and researchers. Click here to participate.
Price Changes Effective May 19, 2015:
The cost associated with most services at the Health & Counselling Centre are covered by the student health fee or a health insurance plan (e.g., UHIP, OHIP). Some services and products that are non-insured are available at a modest cost including birth control medication, some vaccines, 3rd party request (e.g., TB tests, forms). The cost for these services have been updated and are available via our Price List.
The UTM Health & Counselling Centre will not be offering flu vaccination clinics on campus this year. Flu vaccine is available at most walk-in clinics, family physicians, and at participating pharmacies. Follow this link to find a location near you: www.ontario.ca/health-and-wellness/get-flu-shot
New Helpline for Ontario Post-Secondary Students:
Good2Talk is a free, completely confidential and anonymous service that offers post-secondary students professional counselling, mental health information and connections to local resources. The service is available 24 hours a day in both English and French.
International Student Health Insurance:
The University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) has made changes to how international students receive their health card. Beginning September 1st, students will be able to access their cards online. Details about this new process are available on the Centre for International Experience's (CIE) UHIP webpage.
Not sure why it's important to get immunized? Or where or when to get your immunizations updated?
Visit Immunization Peel or make an appointment at the Health & Counselling Centre to find out more.