College years can be times of growth and learning, life challenges and significant stress and that asking for help can be difficult. Sometimes you may be unaware of what resources are available to help and how to work through current situations blocking you from your full potential. If you are feeling overwhelmed, facing a problem you don’t know how to handle or would just like to talk to someone in a safe place, we’re here to help!
Students commonly seek support for issues such as:
Coping with anxiety/stress
● Feelings of depression, sadness and loneliness
● Substance use
● Coping with loss/grief
● Psychiatric medication management
● Low energy and motivation
● Sleep disturbances
● Gender and sexuality issues
● Self-esteem/body image
● Self-harm/suicidal feelings
FREE Online Resources Available 24 hours a day
Post-Secondary Student Helpline – Free professional and anonymous support for students in Ontario 24/7/365.
Two and ten-minute digital relaxation experiences.
Free app to manage anxiety.
Off Campus Resources
Toronto Distress/Crisis Centre
31 Adelaide St E
Ontario 211 Services
1 St. Clair Avenue West
10th Floor, Suite 1000
Phone: 2-1-1 or 1-877-330-3213
Teen Mental Health Literacy
Bereaved Families of Ontario
250 Merton St, Suite 202
Access Alliance Multicultural Community Health Centre
340 College St, Ste. 500,
Assaulted Women’s Helpline
Toronto Rape Crisis Centre
The National Eating Disorder Information Centre Helpline
Sexual Health Infoline Ontario
Birth Control and Sexual Health Centre
960 Lawrence Avenue West, Suite 403
All of your staff and teachers at Ace Acumen want to see you succeed through your College career and into the future workforce. We know that the demand of your classes can be stressful. This video will give you some helpful tips for healthy habits that can help you stay calm and organized every semester. The video includes healthy eating habits, creating a study schedule, and some mental health tips. We hope that these can help you in your studying and preparing for exams. Always reach out to your advisor or teachers if you need any support.
Stress Management Tips
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