Post-secondary studies is a big commitment, and we know that bringing your best relies on your wellness. We offer a comprehensive set of personal supports to help you maintain and strengthen your well-being. If you have questions or need support, contact Student Services

Telus Health Student Support Program

The Student Support Program is a free service brought to you by Telus Health and Booth University College. It offers online resources and access to Student Support Advisors to help you succeed as you juggle your study and personal life. The SSP can help with:

  • stress, anxiety, sadness, and loneliness
  • relationships with friends and family
  • being successful in school
  • everyday issues while studying
  • and lots more

Chat with a Student Support Advisor at any time (24/7). You can call for immediate assistance or schedule an appointment. Support is available in English and French. 

  • Download the free Telus Health Student Support app to call or chat with an advisor,
  • Visit the Student Support Program website to access additional resources and materials
  • Dial 1-855-649-8641 to chat with an advisor on the phone

Telus Health Services

  • Real-time chat/phone/ or virtual support 24/7: Chat with an experienced counsellor at your own convenience. Our appointment-based support allows you to connect with the same counsellor over multiple sessions via telephone or video appointments. All calls, chats, and conversations are confidential and free.
  • Health assessments: Complete an anonymous assessment to get feedback on your mental health
  • Browse health & well-being content: Access articles, podcasts, infographics, and videos on the app addressing a wide variety of well-being topics
  • Access virtual fitness sessions: Free virtual fitness sessions available through LIFT
  • Student Support Community: Virtual peer-to-peer services with a community of thousands of students with shared experiences.
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My Wellness Program

As part of the Booth University College Student Health & Dental Plan, students have 24/7 access to mywellness.com.

Mywellness was specifically developed for Canadian post-secondary students. It focuses on the full cycle of support including awareness, education, and care.

Through mywellness students can:

  • receive a free mental health assessment
  • speak with a councillor online
  • access a toolbox of mental health resources
  • take control of their mental health
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REES (Respect, Educate, Empower Survivors)

Booth UC has partnered with REES to provide online reporting for sexual violence on campus. REES allows members of our campus community to Create a Record of the incident and choose from multiple reporting options:

  • Anonymous Report
  • Connect to My Campus
  • Report to Police
  • Repeat Perpetrator Identification (RPI)

REES provides information about campus and community-based resources such as sexual assault centres, healthcare, and support services. REES can be accessed online anywhere, anytime. Go to their website and select Booth UC from the drop-down list.

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Counselling Referrals

If you want to meet in person with a professional counsellor in Winnipeg, contact the Dean of Students for a list of off-campus professional counselors.

Providence University Counselling

Booth UC and Providence University College have a cooperation agreement. Graduate students in the Providence Master of Arts Counselling and Counselling Psychology programs are available to provide counselling services to Booth UC students. This service is provided free of charge in a confidential environment (either in-person or virtual) under the supervision of the Providence Practicum Coordinator. For more information, contact the Dean of Students.

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