Mental Health Services | St. Clair College

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!

Canadian Mental Health Association

St. Clair College has partnered with the Canadian Mental Health Association to provide Mental Health Counselling to our students. We provide coaching, counselling, psycho-education, as well as internal and external referrals. 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
  • Anger/conflict
  • Gender and sexuality issues
  • Self-esteem/body image
  • Self-harm/suicidal feelings

Windsor Main Campus - Room 164

In-person or virtual appointments are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday  Friday between 8am-4pm with walk-in services in room 164 Wednesdays 8am-12 noon.

Call 519-972-2727 Ext 4484 to book an appointment.

Chatham Campus - Room 133

CMHA Crisis Response Team  24/7

1-866-299-7447 (Available 24/7)

FREE Online Resources Available 24 hours a day



As a student at the college, you have access to compassionate and confidential support for your health and wellness through WeConnect.

WeConnect is an SAP offering short-term therapy to students and their eligible dependents.

Access is available 24/7 by phone or virtual resources, worldwide. Care is immediate by connecting with the intake team and there is no level of payment required.

Call/text 1-888-377-0002 or find more information through

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Post-Secondary Student Helpline - Free professional and anonymous support for students in Ontario. 24/7/365.
Phone: 1-866-925-5454

Two and ten minute digital relaxation experiences.

Free app for iPhone and Android.

Healthy Minds
Free app to manage anxiety.

Windsor Off-Campus Resources

Community Crisis Centre
Phone: 519-973-4435
1030 Ouellette Ave.
During an emotional or psychological crisis, go to the emergency room located at Windsor Regional Hospital, (formerly Hotel – Dieu Grace) or to the hospital nearest you.

Sexual Assault Crisis Centre of Essex County
1770 Langlois Ave, Windsor, ON
Day: 519-253-3100
Crisis: 519-253-9667

Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centre
Metropolitan Campus, 4th Floor
1995 Lens Ave, Windsor, ON
Phone: 519-255-2234

The Distress Centre of Windsor-Essex County
Phone: 519-256-5000

Hiatus House
250 Louis Ave, Windsor, ON
Phone: 519-252-7781
Toll-Free: 1-800-265-5142

Windsor-Essex Family Services
1770 Langlois Ave.
Phone: 519-966-5010
Crisis: 1-888-933-1831

Brentwood Recovery Home
2335 Dougall Avenue
Phone: 519-253-2441

Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association (BANA)
1500 Ouellette Avenue, Suite 100
Phone: 519-969-0227

Canadian Mental Health Association
1400 Windsor Ave.
Phone: 519-255-7440

Hotel-Dieu Grace Healthcare
1453 Prince Road
Crisis: 519-973-4435

Connex Ontario
Phone: 519-439-0174

The Distress Centre of Windsor-Essex County
Phone: 519-256-5000
Family Services Windsor-Essex
Phone: 519-966-5010

Windsor-Essex Community Health Centre
1361 Ouellette Avenue #101, Windsor
Phone: 519-253-8481

Chatham Off-Campus Resources

Crisis Support:

CMHA Crisis Response Team  24/7   
Phone: 1-866-299-7447

Counselling Support:

Family Services  Kent
Phone: 519-354-6221

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)
Phone: 519-436-6100

ACCESS Open Minds (Connecting Youth to Community Services)
Phone:  519-437-6329

Housing Support:

Salvation Army
Phone: 519-354-1430

Chatham-Kent Homeless Response Line  
Phone: 519-354-6628

Addictions Support:

Mental Health and Addiction Program (MHAP)
Phone: 519-351-6144

Westover Residential Treatment Centre
Phone: 519– 692-5110

Richmond Clinic (Methadone & Addiction Counselling)  
Phone: 519-397-5222

More Resources:

Pride CK  
Phone: 519-268-2766

Chatham-Kent Health Unit
Phone: 519-352-7270

Outreach for Hunger  
Phone: 519-351-8381

Chatham-Kent Health and Family Services (Ontario Works, subsidized childcare, subsidized housing)
Phone: 519-351-8573

Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
Phone: 519-352-5040

Cultural Services:

Adult Language and Learning
Promotes personal growth and adjustment for all, including immigrants in Chatham-Kent through further education, training, and opportunities that support independence and employment.
240 King St W, Chatham  
Phone: 519-354-7424