In case of an acute emergency dial 9-1-1.
Urgent care can also be sought from our local hospitals:

If you or a friend need to see a doctor but the Health & Counselling Centre is not open you can visit one of the nearby After Hours & Walk-in Clinics.  

UTM Mental Health Supports

The following telephone services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:

My Student Support Program or MySSP
My SSP (keep.meSAFE) offers students immediate and confidential access to culturally relevant counselling in their native language, day or night. Students have the option of connecting with a professional counsellor via an app or by mobile phone, online chat, video, email or in person.

Good2Talk - Ontario's Post-Secondary Student Helpline
A free, completely confidential and anonymous service that offers students professional counselling, mental health information and connections to local resources. The service is available 24/7/365 in both English and French.

Peel Crisis Services & Coast
Offers 24-hour crisis intervention services (phone and outreach) to people with mental illness who are in crisis.  Phones are staffed by mental health workers. Outreach in response to a crisis in the community is done by a mental health worker and a specially trained police officer. 

Telehealth Ontario
Offers health advice and general health information from a Registered Nurse

Hope 24/7
Offers 24-hour crisis line, online chat, and in-person counselling and support, referrals, information about sexual abuse and assault.

Assaulted Women’s Helpline
416-863-0511;  TTY - 1-866-863-7868  
#SAFE (#7233)
 on your mobile phone (Bell, Rogers, Telus and Fido)
Offers 24-hour telephone and TTY (teletypewriter) crisis line to all women who have experienced abuse. Counselling, emotional support, information and referrals to are provided to women who have experienced abuse as well as their friends and family members.