We recognize that a circle of care is best, and King's works closely with several excellent community partners who can provide specialized mental health and wellness services to you.


  • Child and Youth Crisis and Intake Team (under 18): 519-433-0334 
  • CMHA's Reach Out: 1-866-933-2023
  • Kids Help Line: 1-800-668-6868 
  • London and District Distress Centre: 519-667-6711 
  • London-Middlesex Suicide Prevention Council (LMSPC)
  • Mental Health Crisis Service (ages 16+): 519-433-2023 

Find after-hours support



Atlas London offers a comprehensive support system for Londoners ages 12 - 29, and the caring adults who help them. Through this online portal, young people and their supporters can learn about tools and strategies to help manage barriers to success and make important, positive decisions in their lives. atlaslondon.ca


CMHA Thames Valley Addiction & Mental Health Services offers a range of services for those seeking supports for mental health and addiction concerns. You can access their resources here.  However, if you are in crisis or require immediate support, call Reach Out at 1-866-933-2023 or go to 648 Huron Street, London, which is open 24/7 including holidays and weekends.

Child and Youth Crisis and Intake Team (under 18):

The team at Child and Youth Crisis and Intake offers 24-hour access to telephone crisis intervention; prompt follow-up appointments; brief counselling; intake and referral to services for parents, children and youth; and support while waiting for services. You can reach them at 519-433-0334.


Good2Talk is a free, confidential and anonymous helpline providing professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being to post-secondary students in Ontario, 24/7/365. For more information, visit www.Good2Talk.ca.

Mental Health Crisis Service (ages 16+):

Confidential telephone support for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts. Trained and caring volunteers offer support and links to professional resources to help you cope with depression, suicidal thoughts, or mental health issues. You can reach them at 519-433-2023.


mindyourmind is an award-winning non-profit mental health program that engages youth, emerging adults and the professionals who serve them to co-develop reliable and relevant resources.

These resources are designed to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness and increase access and use of community support, both professional and peer-based. For more information, visit mindyourmind.ca

Ontario Government's roadmap to wellness

The Ontario government is providing $2.39 million to help improve mental health supports and services for postsecondary students. The funding is part of Ontario's Roadmap to Wellness and will support eight innovative projects at select colleges, universities and Indigenous Institutes. Roadmap to Wellness is the government's plan to build a connected and comprehensive mental health and addictions system that ensures children, youth, and adults in Ontario receive appropriate services where and when they need them.

Western University is receiving funding to provide supports for Black and Indigenous students struggling with mental health and wellbeing challenges, both pre-existing and those exacerbated by COVID-19. King's students have full access to these supports at Western.

Mental health services for the hearing impaired 

Canadian Hearing Society: Connect Counselling Services

CHS Connect offers a wide range of free counselling services at locations across Ontario to support culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard-of-hearing individuals and their families find healthy solutions to life’s challenges. For more information, visit www.chs.ca/counselling-services

PAH! Mental Health Services

PAH! provides mental health services to Deaf and hard-of-hearing children and youth, and their families. PAH! is a partnership between Bob Rumball Association for the Deaf (BRAD) and Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK). Services are client centred and strength based. Their services include individual and family counselling, group programs, art and expressive therapy, and consultation to agencies and professionals. Services are culturally and linguistically accessible.

For a list of services available, visit King's CDEAF website.