Mental Health

ASUS is dedicated to supporting Arts and Science student’s mental health and has listed relevant resources on campus and within the Kingston community on this page.

Immediate Crisis Support

Telephone Aid Line Kingston

TALK is available for support through crisis and distress, and befriending. Contact 613-544-1771 from 7 pm - 3 am, 7 days a week.

Telephone Aid Line Kingston

TALK is available for support through crisis and distress, and befriending. Contact 613-544-1771 from 7 pm - 3 am, 7 days a week.

Counselling Services

Counselling Services

Professional counselors are available for crisis and one-on-one support. Call 613-533-6000 ext 78264 for an appointment. Immediate (within 24 hours) emergency appointments are available: call or drop-in to the LaSalle building and indicate that your situation is urgent.

Kingston Community Counselling Centres

K3C offers professional counselling appointments, as well as workshops and support groups, for members of the Kingston communit.

Frontenac Community Mental Health & Addiction Services

FCMHAS supports recovery and community for persons with a mental illness and/or an addiction. Contact their 24-hour crisis line if in immediate distress (613-544-4229) or their admin line for mental health appointments (613-544-1356 ext 2225).



Peer Support Centre

The Peer Support Centre offers confidential peer-based support to all students. Drop-in to the JDUC room 34 or call 613-533-6000 ext 75111 between 12 pm (noon) to 10 pm, 7 days a week.

Sexual Assault Centre Kingston

SACK offers confidential and non-judgmental support, free of charge, to survivors of sexualized violence


Additional Telephone and Community Resources

Four Directions

The Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre strives to be a home away from home, a hub of activity and a key resource for Queen’s Indigenous students. Go and hang out or study in the lounge with free Wi-Fi and cable TV, grab a snack or a meal in the fully equipped kitchen, and do your laundry for free! Four Directions offers academic tutoring and advising, cultural programming, Indigenous focused library, and a range of workshops designed to support students, academically, socially, and culturally.

SGPS Student Advisors

The Student Advisors offer advice and advocacy services to graduate and professional students in issues concerning their well-being while here at Queen’s.

The Mesothelioma Group

The Mesothelioma Group has a very informative guide on cancer’s effect on mental health. They also donate to local charities and provide scholarships to victims and their families.

Chaplain Community

The University Chaplain, Kate Johnson, provides non-denominational services and support of any kind, as a confidante and advisor to students.


The Queen’s University International Centre is a support service for all members of the Queen’s community, and through its activities promotes an internationally informed and cross-culturally sensitive learning environment. 

Second Floor of the JDUC
Phone: 1-613-533-2604
Monday to Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

LGBT YouthLine

The LGBT YouthLine offers peer-based support, information and referrals specific to your concerns. Call 1-800-268-9668 from 4 pm -9:30 pm, Sunday to Friday.


Students looking to get involved with mental health committees, can check out Elephant in the Room and AuthenticallyU for volunteering opportunities and events. Anyone may also contact the Equity and Diversity Commissioner at with any questions pertaining to the 2015 Mental Health Strategic Plan, or any concerns regarding student advocacy and mental health.
Here at ASUS, we want to assure you that you are not alone. We are here to help connect you with either professional or peer support resources in the Queen’s or Kingston community to help enhance your experience as a student. As students ourselves, we at ASUS recognize the importance of promoting overall healthy well being, self-care practices, destigmatizing mental health/illness and helping provide accessible resources for students. If you, or anyone you know, is seeking additional support of any kind, we encourage you to access the resources below and see what is available for you on campus.