- How can we help you?
- Emergency Resources
- On-campus Resources
- Yoga, Health, and Fitness
- Community Resources
- Provincial Resources
- Academic Accommodations
911 in case of crisis or emergencyCall
In Case of Emergency
24 hour Crisis Telephone Line
- Walk-in Service at Community Crisis Centre
1st Floor Jeanne Mance Building
1030 Ouellette Ave.
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
- Crisis Walk-in Service at Windsor Regional Hospital Ouellette Campus (1030 Ouellette Ave) Emergency Department from 7 – 11 p.m. 7 days a week
24/7/365 talk or text counselling by licenced counselors in multiple languages
- MySSP app
Good2Talk is free, confidential professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being for post-secondary students in Ontario, available 24/7/365.
- Confidential texting service: text GOOD2TALKON to 686868
Laura Little – Clinical Therapist, Faculty of Law
Laura is the Clinical Therapist for the Faculty of Law. Her approach to therapy is collaborative and strengths based. She uses a person-in-environment perspective, taking full consideration of individuals’ unique identities and experiences. Laura seeks to help students develop skills needed to thrive emotionally and professionally in the legal field.
She invites law students to make an appointment to discuss a range of issues including but not limited to stress management, relationship issues, anxiety, loss and grief, depression, self-esteem, disordered eating, sexuality issues, addictions and trauma.
Appointments are available via secure video conference or telephone for all registered students. Please note the Student Counselling Centre is following the University of Windsor’s Emergency Academic Plan and is currently closed to all in-person appointments.
- To make an appointment, email email@example.com you will be contacted in 24-48 hours.
- You can choose an appointment with the intake worker, available each afternoon on a first come first served basis, or schedule an appointment with Windsor Law’s Clinical Therapist.
- You will be asked to complete an initial appointment confidentiality and consent form. Please have your student ID card/number.
Myrna Kicknosway – Elder in Residence, Faculty of Law
The Elder in Residence offers alternative wellness counselling to law faculty and students on campus. They provide one-on-one guidance sessions to assist with mental, spiritual, emotional and physical health needs from a holistic Indigenous perspective. Elders have a great deal of life experiences and immense knowledge with specific expertise in the Indigenous Culture and traditions that they are eager to share with younger generations.
To book an appointment to speak with the Elder in Residence privately or in a Sharing Circle about any issues, or concerns you may be having, or for understanding on Indigenous Culture and perspective, please contact:
Indigenous Legal Studies Coordinator
Sexual Misconduct Response & Prevention Office
The Sexual Misconduct Response and Prevention Office exists to provide support, information, referrals, resources, and guidance to any member of the campus community who has experienced sexual violence or been the target of sexual misconduct.
The University of Windsor’s Sexual Misconduct Response and Prevention Officer is Dr. Dusty Johnstone. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ext. 4550. If you or someone you know is in need of support and you are not sure what to do or where to go for help, you can start by speaking to Dusty. She is here to listen.
Student Health Services is your family physician’s office while on campus. We provide confidential, student-centred health care, including comprehensive medical care, counseling, and referrals.
Even if you opt-out of the student health and dental plan you are still welcome to see our dedicated team of physicians, nurses and administrative staff.
CAW Student Center- Room 242
The Windsor Law Mental Health & Wellness Initiative holds events throughout the year focusing on reminding law students to take care of their well-being, provide referrals and resources, increase mental health literacy, and to de-stigmatize seeking help when needed.
Lancers Recover is a collegiate recovery program at the University of Windsor that provides a safe and affirming environment where students in recovery from alcohol and substance use can receive the assistance and support they need to achieve academic and personal success. Lancers recover facilitates a supportive, stigma-free community of students in recovery through weekly meetings aimed at providing individual, academic, social, and recovery supports.
Yoga, Health, and Fitness
We provide innovative recreation programming to enrich the University of Windsor student experience and support student well-being through engagement in recreation and leadership opportunities to foster a lifetime commitment to personal development.
- Aquatic centre
- The Forge Fitness Centre
- Martial Arts
- Personal Training
Local Yoga Studios
Mental Health Services
Family Counselling & Walk-In Counselling Resources
Sexual and Domestic Violence
Substance Use & Addictions
Law Student Member Assistance Program
A variety of free and confidential 24/7 support services are available, including confidential short term counselling for Ontario law students and their immediate family members and “referrals for specialized addictions, sexual assault and psychiatric diagnoses ”
Other service offerings include e-counselling, health and wellness companion, access to the health library, child and eldercare resources, and interactive learning courses
The Member Assistance Program does not share any identifying or confidential information with the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Ontario Mental Health Helpline, 1-866-531-2600
Ontario Drug And Alcohol Helpline 1-800-565-8603
Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline 1-888-230-3505
Eating Disorder Treatment Service Specialized Intake, 1-855-969-5530
A non-profit initiative of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) dedicated to improving the mental health of children, youth and families.
Comprehensive list of online screening tools that may help identify whether further assistance might be required.
Mood Disorders Association of Ontario
Free support and recovery programs to people across Ontario living with depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder.
Online assessment, “Check Up From The Neck Up”, can identify some symptoms of depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder.
Deferrals and Extensions
Information on policies and forms can be found here:
Make an appointment with the Academic Coordinator here:
Assistant Academic Coordinator
Students can also contact the Associate Dean’s Office for information regarding this process.
Student Accessibility Services
Academic accommodations are put in place to equalize learning opportunities and access to the academic environment for students with disabilities. The functional limitations resulting from a disability can at times intersect with the academic environment in a way that creates a barrier for students. Advisors work with students to determine what barriers they are experiencing specific to their disability and what accommodations would equalize the learning environment for them. Students with accommodations must meet all the academic requirements and standards of their courses.
Contact the Student Accessibility Services office to book a meeting with an Intake Advisor:
519-253-3000 ext. 3288
Dillon Hall (Lower Level)