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Mental Health Resources

A range of resources and community services to help with a number of mental health concerns you might be facing


Welcome! This libguide is intended to be a source of general information and to bring awareness to specific mental health topics that you may be navigating either directly (yourself) or indirectly (supporting others). Please refer to the menu on the left-hand side to filter resources by subject.

Below you can also view the various supports available at NorQuest College.

If you are in a crisis and/or in need of immediate support, please call 911 (emergency), the CMHA (Edmonton) Distress Line (780-482-4357), or contact the Centre for Growth & Harmony (780-644-6155).

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NorQuest College Supports (for Students):

Centre for Growth and Harmony
The professionals at the Centre for Growth and Harmony are committed to providing safe, confidential support. Call 780-644-6155 or email to schedule your appointment with a wellness professional today. Services include:

  • Registered psychologists provide 50-minute individual counselling sessions to support you through a range of personal, academic and mental health concerns.
  • Registered social workers are available to help you navigate affordable/accessible social services to offset unequal opportunities for basic needs, legal services, financial aid and more.
  • Registered nurses are ready to help you navigate healthcare.

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Indigenous Student Services

Our network of services tailored specifically to the needs of Indigenous learners include:
   • Indigenous Student Advisor
   •  Indigenous Student Funding
   •  Indigenous Educational Counsellor
   •  Indigenous Elders
   •  Indigenous Student Centre
   •  RBC Indigenous Mentorship Program 

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Students' Association of NorQuest College (SANQC)

  • Emotional wellness supports available through the SANQC health and dental plan:
    • seven sessions of one-on-one online video counselling
    • 24/7 crisis text support
    • access to myWellness Toolboxes on the following topics:
      • Stress Reduction
      • Helping Yourself
      • Helping Others
      • Mental Health Essentials
      • Mental Health Problems
      • Information on Care Providers and Therapies

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Wellness Workshops - a library of self-paced, online workshops on a range of health and wellness topics.

Topics include:

  • Tackling test anxiety
  • Stress management
  • Grief and Loss
  • Time management skills
  • Discrimination and mental health