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How & Where to Ask for Help at Queen’s University

It’s week 4, and we’re all getting a bit frazzled. Some, more than others. Your parents and professors might tell you that university is “hard” but when it’s all-consuming and disrupting your sleep, eating habits, socializing, and ability to function… it’s time to ask for help.

Here are some free resources that you can access on-campus and in the community, to start feeling like yourself again.

If you want to talk to someone

AMS Peer Support Centre – open 10am-10pm, 7 days a week. (613) 533-6000 x 75111

TALK Kingston – open 7pm-3am, 7 days a week. (613) 544-1771

Good 2 Talk – open 24/7. 1-866-925-5454

If you want to get organized

Book a 1-on-1 appointment with a Professional Learning Strategist, a Professional Writing Consultant, or a Peer Writing Assistant at SASS. All appointments are free for Queen’s University students.

SASS has a number of resources available online to help you.

If you want to make some time for self-care

Check out this list of upcoming Health & Wellness events!

If you want to feel healthier

If you want to get back on track

Strategies, Tools and Handouts

Photo Credit: Queen’s University: Lars Hagberg.

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