Mental Health and Wellness
York University promotes a healthy, inclusive and supportive environment that fosters mental health and well-being among members of the York community.
Through a variety of education, training and awareness events, York University’s Mental Health and Wellness committee strives to promote a more holistic and integrated approach to campus health that supports academic excellence, employee satisfaction and productivity, as well as the overall success of all York community members.
Health and Dental Services
Through the Health Education and Promotion unit, a professional health educator is available to students for individual information about health-related needs. The health educator can help answer questions or find appropriate resources. All services are entirely confidential.
York also offers a Peer Health Team that serves to educate and support you with any health-related issues you might have, including sexual health and addictions.
Personal Counselling Services (PCS) helps you to develop and fulfill your personal potential as well as manage the challenges of university life. Students come to PCS for counselling for a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, stress, self-esteem, relationship issues and more.
You can also visit the Centre for Aboriginal Student Services for information about the cultural aspects of health.