Health & Wellness

Quick Links: Doctor and Medical Help, Mental Health Help, Stress Busting Activities, and Trinity College Against Sexual Assault & Harassment

If you need immediate medical attention, visit your nearest hospital emergency department or call 911.

Doctor and Medical Help

On the St. George campus, you can see a doctor at the Health and Wellness Center. They provide the same services as your family doctor plus counselling and psychiatric services.

 

If you did not opt-out of your UTSU health plan, you can use that too! Information can be found here.

For more information: https://sidneysmithcommons.artsci.utoronto.ca/where-do-i-find-a-doctor/

 
Mental Health & Wellness

Your mental health and wellness is vital to enjoying your time here. When needed, please know that there are resources available for you, should you or someone you know wish to access them. 

As a student of Trinity College, you can access any of the following resources or can simply contact Trinity College Registrar's Office for any help and guidance. ​

  1. Registrar - Trinity College's Registrar Office can help you liaise with your professors regarding deadlines and assignments, connect you with learning strategists, and advise you on academic options. 

  2. Ramata Tarawally, Associate Director, Community Wellness - can be reached at rtarawally@trinity.utoronto.ca or during her Drop-in Office Hours : Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 3:00 - 4:00 pm and Tuesdays, Thursdays 11:30 - 12:30 pm 

  3. Academic Dons - Academic Dons are graduate or professional faculty students who live in residence and through formal and informal activities, encourage the overall academic and personal development of students. You can always reach out to them through email. Details of the various academic dons can be found here.

You also have access to the University of Toronto resources that are available to all students. 

  1. Health & Wellness - Students seeking support can access mental health services at Health and Wellness (416-978-8030). You may also visit them in person at Koffler Student Services.

  2. Good 2 Talk - Students also have access to Good 2 Talk (1-866-925-5454). This is a free service for post-secondary students in Ontario, and it is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Good 2 Talk is a free, confidential helpline providing counselling and referrals.

  3. Gerstein Centre - Crisis Workers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 416-929-5200. There is also a Distress Centre available at 416-408-HELP (4357). 

The University of Toronto Students' Union offers a lot of resources for the benefit of students. You can view the various resources they offer here.

They also offer to connect you with LinkMentalHealth. A platform that connects people to in-person therapy services regardless of their budget. You can read about it here

 
Stress Busting Activities

There are various stress buster activities held on campus all throughout the year. 

The Trinity College Mental Health Initiative (TCMHI) is a student run club at Trinity. They strive to provide Members of College with information about mental health issues and to facilitate awareness through various platforms.

The Abbott Room is a space dedicated to the health and wellness of the Trinity student community. The Student Life and Wellness Programming Assistants curate the space and can be reached via email or in person in the Wellness Space. They post information about the various events on the Facebook Group

 
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