Immediate Support

On Campus Support

Off Campus Support

If this is an emergency, please call 911.

Canada Suicide Prevention Service

Phone line available 24/7/365

Call 1-833-456-4566

Texting service available 5PM - 1AM Atlantic

Text 45645

More information: https://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/en/

New Brunswick Lawyers' Assistance Program (NBLAP)

Phone line available 24/7/365

Call 1-888-315-2244

The Lawyers' Assistance Program (NBLAP) is a confidential service provided by the New Brunswick Branch of the Canadian Bar Association. It offers counselling, coaching, and support to respond to any circumstance that affects your health, well-being and professional life. Services are available in person, by telephone or online at no cost to you. Appointments can be made quickly and locally, with your convenience in mind. 

The NBLAP is available to UNB Law students and their families.

More information: https://www.cba.org/Sections/Wellness-Subcommittee/Wellness-Programs/New-Brunswick?fbclid=IwAR2ymtbM9mXKuAgrjUBWL4V6XGg7UI8iBZo1K1mNt6VfRuYFjY5yuJED8XI

Sexual Violence New Brunswick

Free counselling for survivors of sexual violence.

 

24/7 support line: 506-454-0437

More information: http://fsacc.ca/en/need-help/

UNB Counselling Services

CC Jones 2nd Floor
(506) 453-4820

UNB Counselling Services offers free and confidential support services to full- and part-time UNB and STU students. If you feel like you need some support you can book an Initial Consultation appointment. 

UNB's team of Counsellors, Doctoral & Masters-level interns use a number of different approaches to help students. When you meet with a member of the team for an initial consultation, one of the goals for the session will be to help you create a treatment plan that will meet your needs.

Some treatment options include:

  • Referral and assistance in accessing other campus and community resources

  • Self-directed resources like apps, websites or books

  • Supported online psycho-education and self-study (Therapist Assisted Online)

  • Group counselling

  • Short term individual counselling

Make an appointment:

  • Drop by the office, located on the 2nd Floor of the CC Jones Student Services Centre.

  • They are open Monday-Friday from 8:15 am-4:30 pm from September-May and 8:00 am-4:00 pm from May-August, closing from 12:00-1:00 pm.

  • Or call (506) 453-4820​
     

You'll be asked to complete some questionnaires on the computer and sign an Informed Consent. This can take anywhere from 15-30 minutes. Once this is completed, you will be scheduled for an Initial Consultation, typically within 2 days. 

UNB Student Accessibility Centre

Room 212, Marshall d'Avray Hall.  

506-453-3515

unbds@unb.ca

  • You can make an appointment online.

  • They serve students with a wide variety of disabilities or illnesses. For example, ADD/ADHD, a learning disability, a mental health condition or disorder, a physical disability, difficulty hearing or seeing, Autism, a chronic illness, or a temporary illness or disability.

  • Your disability must be documented in order to register with the Centre and receive accommodation.

  • Once documented, you can register with the Accessibility Centre for the accommodation you may require. For example, a note taker, extra time for tests, extra time for assignments, writing tests in the Centre, or exam deferral.

 

The following services are provided on campus for UNB students:

  • Guidance, support, advocacy and advice from staff

  • Arrangements for instructional, classroom, and test/examination accommodations

  • Learning strategist support

  • Assistance with Canada Student Grant for Students with Permanent Disabilities applications (for qualifying students)

  • Transition and mentoring support 

  • Referrals to on-campus or community-based services such as counselling, psychological assessment services, writing/study skills, financial aid or health services

  • Collaboration and consultation with faculty, staff, and students about disability-related issues

  • Assistive technology assessment, training and support.

UNB Law Mental Health Ombudspersons

More information on this resource will be available at the beginning of the 2021-22 school year.

Other On-Campus Resources

  • Ntulsonawt Wellness Centre

  • Campus Sexual Assault Support Advocate

  • Mental Health Strategist

  • Student Health Centre

  • Writing and Study Skills Centre

  • Campus Wellness Committee

  • Qmunity (LGBTQ+ group)

  • SLIC (Student Legal Information Centre)

Family Enrichment and Counselling Services

1-356 Queen St, Fredericton NB
506-458-8211
http://familyenrichment.ca/index.php/en-2015

Providing counselling services, educational programs, and mediation in Fredericton and surrounding area.

Mind Shift Clinic

2384 NB-102, Lincoln NB

https://www.mindshiftclinic.ca

Fredericton Addictions and Mental Health Services

65 Brunswick Street, Fredericton NB

506-453-2132

http://en.horizonnb.ca/home/facilities-and-services/facilities/fredericton-addiction-and-mental-health-services.aspx