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Mental Health Resources


Mental Health & Well-being Resources

Crisis Support

If you are in crisis, connect with immediate assistance and support

Many students face mental health challenges such as stress, anxiety and depression. Durham College has services and resources available to assist students with their mental health and well-being, including counseling, support groups and workshops.

This guide links to books, videos, apps and websites that can supplement the direct forms of support available to students. Topics and authors are recommended with advice from and in consultation with Student Mental Health Services. 


Services and Resources at Durham College

Visit the Student Mental Health Services website to learn more about:

Visit the PD, Wellness & EAP website for resources for Durham College Employees (Banner number and network password are needed to access)

  • The Employee and Family Assistance Program through LifeWorks (formerly Morneau-Shepell), is a confidential and voluntary support service for work, health or life concerns.  This free program is available to full-time employees and their eligible dependents. Contract and regular part-time employees may be granted access to services upon request to Kelly Doyle, director, Organizational Effectiveness, Human Resources. 
  • PD and Wellness Offerings
  • New Employee Development Platform
  • FAP Resources
  • Webinar Slides and Resources



Students Talk Mental Health by David J. Kim 



This guide was inspired by and adapted from the Ryerson University Library & Archives Mental Health Resources guide, shared under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License. This guide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License.

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