Counselling Services

Resources

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Health Services

Phone: 519-824-4120 x52131
Email: health@uoguelph.ca

Our mission is to provide comprehensive health promotion, disease prevention and primary medical care to full-time and part-time, undergraduate and graduate students and their families, as well as visitors to the campus.  We contribute to the success of the University of Guelph's academic mission by meeting the health education and clinical care needs of its students.

Counselling Services

Phone: 519-824-4120 x53244
Email: counsell@uoguelph.ca

Health & Performance Centre

Phone (dedicated line): 519-767-5011 (reception extension 1)
Phone (on campus): 519-824-4120 x53039
Email: hpc@uoguelph.ca

For more than 20 years, HPC has been preventing and treating sports and activity-related injuries. From the recreationally active to elite, competitive athletes, our collaborative approach to specialized care helps our clients perform at their best, and successfully achieve a healthy, active lifestyle. Our skilled team of practitioners includes:

CMHA Waterloo Wellington Dufferin Branch

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Guelph Branches

147 Wyndham St. North
Guelph, ON
N1H 4E9
Phone: 519-836-6220
Phone (Toll-free): 1-888-255-2642
Fax: 519-836-6237

485 Silvercreek Pkwy North, Unit 1
Guelph, ON
N1H 7K5
Phone: 519-836-4991
Fax: 519-836-7459

Victim Services Wellington

Phone: 519.824.1212 ext 7304
Email: victim@vsw.on.ca

Victim Services Wellington (VSW) believes every victim has the right to heal from a crime or tragic circumstance. Our services create opportunities to heal, foster hope and to promote a safer and healthier community.

Stonehenge Therapeutic Community

Phone: (519) 837-1470
Email: info@stonehengetc.com

60 Westwood Rd
Guelph, Ontario
N1H 7X3

Stonehenge Therapeutic Community offers a long-term, intensive treatment program (4-6 months) for people whose lives have been devastated by alcohol and drug abuse, and whose reality includes the fractured relationships, derailed careers and encounters with the legal system that so often result. Many of our clients are veterans of other less intensive programs – none of which have produced long-lasting results.

Bereaved Families of Ontario (Midwestern Region)

Phone: 519-603-0196
Fax: 519-603-0198

The Family Centre
65 Hanson Avenue
Kitchener, ON
N2C 2H6

Bereaved Families of Ontario provides education and support to bereaved individuals. The Midwestern Region for Bereaved Families of Ontario is the local chapter for Guelph and is part of the larger, provincial organization.

Student Support Network

Email: ssn@uoguelph.ca
Location: Raithby House on campus

Website: Student Support Network

 

At all SSN services, you'll find:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Guelph

Phone: 519-824-5154
Email: infoguelph@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca

As Canada’s leading child and youth mentoring charity, Big Brothers Big Sisters facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential, both as individuals and citizens.

The following excerpt is taken from the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Guelph website.