The Concurrent Education Student Association acknowledges that Queen's University

is situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee territory.

health & wellness

accessibility services

This service strives to support your successful transition to university and to foster an inclusive and equitable environment at Queen’s University.

wellness services

This service provides confidential, student-centered health care. Staff is made up of family physicians and registered nurses with a special interest in the health issues of students. Student Wellness Counselling Services offers professional short-term individual counselling geared to resolve personal difficulties, dealing with crises and distressing situations and assists students who need specialized mental health services or longer-term counselling support.

Sexual violence prevention and response coordinator - barb lotan

If you or someone you know has been faced with sexual violence, Barb offers non-emergency support by helping you understand your options, assessing possible next steps and connecting you to services you wish to access.

sexual assault/domestic violence - kgh

This is a resource for survivors and victims to access medical attention after an assault providing emergency medical and nursing care, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, HIV and pregnancy, crisis counselling, forensic evidence collection, medical and social work follow up, and safety planning for victim of sexual assault or domestic violence.


The Sexual Health Resource Centre is a confidential, non-judgemental, feminist, queer positive, prochoice, sex positive and non-heterosexist information and refferal service. 


The AMHS-KFLA offers a 24 hour crisis line, mobile  crisis service, and walk-in clinic.  Services are free, confidential and are delivered in a respectful and non-judgemental manner run by mental health and addiction specialists.

The Telephone Aid Line Kingston is a phone line dedicated to serving the Kingston community and beyond, offering confidential non-judgement and anonymous listening service.

talk helpline

Programs and services that have been developed to support individuals overcome challenges that affect their emotional and social well-being. Each clinical counsellor uses a counselling approach that is informed by current best practices.

Resolve counselling services canada

Cross cultural counsellor

The Cross - Cultural Counsellor works with the QUIC to provide support and guidance  for international students. They assist with issues related to cultural adaptation, provide information sessions and offer one-on-one counselling. Appointments can be made calling the cross-cultural counsellor.