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On-Campus and Community Crisis Services

http://umanitoba.ca/student/counselling/crisis-community-resources.html

Death or serious injury
Security Services 555 (from a university phone) or #555 on Rogers or MTS cellular
(most efficient means to access Emergency 911 services)

Suicide – imminent threat or attempt
Security Services 555 (from a university phone) or #555 on Rogers or MTS cellular
(most efficient means to access Emergency 911 services)

Suicide – thoughts or threat
Student Counselling Centre- 204-474-8592 (weekdays)
University Health Service – 204-474-8411 (weekdays)
Mobile Crisis Service – 204-940-1781 (after hours)
Klinic Crisis Line (24hrs) – 204-786-8686 (after hours)

Serious emotional distress
Student Counselling Centre 204-474-8592 (weekdays)
Mobile Crisis Service – 204-940-1781 (after hours)
Klinic Crisis Line (24hrs) – 204-786-8686 (after hours)

Trauma debriefing
Student Counselling Centre – 204-474-8592 (weekdays)

Medical emergency
Security Services 555 (from a university phone) or #555 on Rogers or MTS cellular
(most efficient means to access Emergency 911 services)

Illness or injury (non-urgent)
University Health Service – 204-474-8411 (weekdays)
University Health Service – 204-474- 8411 (for students already receiving care from UHS) (after hours)
Health Links – 204-788-8200 (after hours)

Sexual Assault (Contact services only at request of person assaulted)
Student Counselling Centre – 204-474-8592 (weekdays)
University Health Service – 204-474-8411 (weekdays)
Klinic sexual assault crisis line – 204-786-8631 (after hours)

Crime Victim
Security Services – 204-474-9312 (duty officer) or 204-789-3330(Bannatyne)

Missing Student
Security Services – 204-474-9312 (duty officer) or 204-789-3330(Bannatyne)

Extremely disruptive or threathening student
Security Services 555 (from a university phone) or #555 on Rogers or MTS cellular, if imminent threat; otherwise 204-474-9312 (Security Services duty officer) to request report to Student Threat Assessment Triage, Intervention, and Support (STATIS) team

Emergency funding
Financial Aid and Awards – 204-474-9532 (daytime)
UMSU – 204-474-8678 (daytime)

Personal Counselling Drop-In Times

Student Counselling and Career Centre
University of Manitoba, 474 University Centre
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
Phone: (204) 474-8592  |  Fax: (204) 474-7558

Personal Counselling Drop-In Times
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday:
9:30-11:00  |  1:30-3:00
Wednesday:
1:30-3:00

Mental Health Crisis Response - Community Resource Phone List
WRHA Mobile Crisis Service
(204) 940-1781
WRHA Crisis Stabilization Unit, 180 Henry Ave.
(204) 940-3633
WRHA Crisis Stabilization Unit, 110 St. Mary’s Rd.
(204) 940-8374
Klinic Crisis Line
(204) 786-8686
Klinic Sexual Assault Line
(204) 786-8631
Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba
(204) 925-0600
CMH Services (self-referral)
(204) 940-2655
Manitoba Schizophrenic Society
(204) 786-1616
Mental Health Advocate (CMHA) 
(204) 982-6100
Seneca House
(204) 231-0217
Seneca Help Line (7pm – 11pm only) 
(204) 942-9276
Youth Mobile Crisis Team
(204) 949-4777
Health Links 
(204) 788-8200
Winnipeg Harvest
(204) 982-3660
Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) 
(204) 944-6200
Age & Opportunity
(204) 956-6440
AIDS/STD Information Line
(204) 945-2437
Mood Disorders Association 
(204) 786-0987 
Links and Resources

Just Balance
a support site aimed at promoting the well-being of law students

How Being a Law Student and Functional Human Don’t Have to be Mutually Exclusive – Finding Balance

Stanford University – The Resilience Project

Healthy Minds App
a problem-solving tool to help deal with emotions and cope with the stresses you encounter both on and off campus

American Bar Association Substance Abuse and Mental Health Toolkit
for Law School Students and Those who Care about them

Past Events

 

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