Health & Wellbeing

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES

2211 Wesbrook Mall Room M334 Koerner Pavilion | 604-822-7011 | Student.health@ubc.ca
students.ubc.ca/health-wellness/student-health-services

Student Health Services offers healthcare for registered UBC students year-round. Services are provided by family doctors and registered nurses.

MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT AT COUNSELLING SERVICES

Brock Hall 1874 East Mall Room 1040 | 604-822-3811  (drop-in and by appointment)
Lower Mall Research Station 2259 Lower Mall Room 358 | 604-822-3811  (by appointment)
students.ubc.ca/health-wellness/mental-health-support-counselling-services

A variety of mental health resources and professionals are available at Counselling Services. They work with you to assess your wellness needs, and identify the level of care that’s right for you – from self-directed programs and tools to workshops, group programs, and individual therapy – to help you have the best university experience possible.

NURSE ON CAMPUS

Irving K Barber | the First Nations Longhouse | Totem Park | Place Vanier | Walter Gage (depending on the day, schedule on website)
students.ubc.ca/health-wellness/student-health-services/nurses-campus

Brings registered nurses out of the Student Health Services clinic and into student spaces. Nurses offer personalized advice and helpful information on a variety of topics.

WELLNESS CENTRE/ WELLNESS PEERS

Irving K Barber 1961 East Mall Room 183 | 604-822-8450 | wellness.centre@ubc.ca
students.ubc.ca/health-wellness/peer-support-wellness-centre

The Wellness Centre is a friendly, welcoming space for you to ask questions to trained students about things like safer sex, how to manage stress, eating well, and sleep.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TEAM (EMAT)

Emat.coordinator@ubc.ca
students.ubc.ca/health-wellness/peer-support-wellness-centre/emergency-medical-aid-team

The EMAT team provides outreach events and training sessions related to health, safety, and emergency preparedness. EMAT Responders provide standby/on-call first aid coverage at student, staff/faculty and community events on UBC’s Vancouver Campus.

AMS SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT CENTRE (SASC)

6133 University Boulevard Nest 3127 | 604-822-3475 (Ashley Bentley – Manager) ashleybentley@ams.ubc.ca | ams.ubc.ca/services/sasc/ | gotconsent.ca/

Frontline against sexualized violence and rape culture at UBC. Dedicated to ending forms of violence through a feminist, anti-oppression framework. Elevates awareness of social inequities with training, education, and outreach. Offers short-term and crisis emotional support for survivor of sexualized violence, as well as bystanders, family, friends, and loved ones.

AMS SPEAKEASY

6133 University Boulevard Nest 3107L | 604-822-9246| speak@ams.ubc.ca
ams.ubc.ca/services/speakeasy/

Provides peer support for students facing a wide variety of challenges. Offers a non-judgmental, supportive ear for students and faculty members feeling distressed. Great first option for other resources.

UBC THRIVE

thrive.ubc.ca

A campus-wide mental health initiative that dedicates a week in November to build positive mental health on campus through events and workshops that promotes dialogue and awareness. 

THE KALEIDOSCOPE

the-kaleidoscope.com/

A mental health support group on campus that holds weekly meetings to provide a space where students can share ideas and access resources to find effective strategies for managing symptoms and coping with everyday stress.

SCARFE COUNSELLING CLINIC

2125 Main Mall Scarfe Building | 604-827-1523 (by appointment only)
ecps.educ.ubc.ca/counselling-centres/scarfe-free-counselling-clinic/

Psychology Master’s students in training will offer counselling on areas such as stress management, relationships, and depression. All counsellors are supervised by a registered psychologist.

MENTAL HEALTH NETWORK (MHN)

ubcmhn.info@gmail.com (general inquiries) | ubcmhn.amb@gmail.com (ambassador inquiries) | mhnubc@gmail.com (to join network)
ubcmhn.com/ | facebook.com/mentalhealthnetworkubc

The UBC MHN serves at the leading campus organization that consistently maintains, develops, and provides quality mental health guidance and expertise. 

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS CLUB (MHAC)

6133 University Boulevard Nest 3127 Room 3302G | ubcmhac@gmail.com | Jackie.cramp@alumni.ubc.ca (Jackie Cramp – Project Coordinator)
blogs.ubc.ca/ubcmhac/ | facebook.com/UBCMHAC/timeline/

Established to provide opportunities to discuss and promote mental health awareness throughout the UBC campus and community. Aims to eliminate stigma towards mental illness and create an environment to discuss and learn about mental health. Offers resources on topics such as addictions, counselling and therapy services, self-management, self-help, etc.