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Student options for health and well-being:

BCIT Student Health Services has a variety of pamphlets and resources on topics such as sexual health, mental health and general overall wellness. Please stop in during clinic hours to find out more!

Our walk-in clinic with physicians and nurses are here to provide you with services regarding STI testing, contraceptive counselling and options, along with general medical advice and support.

If you are interested in speaking to a counsellor please see BCIT Counselling and Student Development Services.

Physical activity and nutrition


Stress and anxiety management

Mental health

In an emergency or crisis:

Need to speak to someone urgently? Feeling unsafe or uncertain about a friend, colleague or family member? In a crisis? Please contact the following:

Call 911

Go to the nearest emergency room or follow the emergency instructions provided by your doctor, mental health professional or care team. If your community has a mental health car, you can call 911 to request it.


Call 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) to get help right away, any time of day or night. It’s a free call.

Your local crisis line

If you are in distress, call 310-6789 (do not add 604, 778 or 250 before the number) 24 hours a day to connect to a BC crisis line, without a wait or busy signal. The crisis lines linked in through 310-6789 have received advanced training in mental health issues and services by members of the BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions Information.

Kid’s help phone

For children and youth aged 5 to 20. Call 1-800-668-6868 to speak to a professional counsellor, 24 hours a day. It’s free, confidential, anonymous and available across Canada. They can also refer you to local services and resources. Kid’s Help Phone is available in English and French.