Health and Wellness Services
Assists students with disabilities in many ways including providing advocacy and support, as well as recommending accommodations.
Address: 146 Stuart Street, Kingston
Adult Eating Disorders Program
The Adult Eating Disorders Program (AEDP) at Hotel Dieu Hospital (HDH) is an outpatient program that provides client-centered, evidenced-based treatment to individuals struggling with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, or Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorders. The program provides diagnostic assessment, consultation, and interdisciplinary treatment services to females and males 18 years of age and older. The Adult Eating Disorders Team includes psychiatrists, clinical psychologist, nurse practitioner, dietitian, social worker, occupational therapist and support staff.
Contact: 613 544 3400 ext. 2506
Address: Hotel Dieu, 166 Brock Street, Kingston
AMS Food Bank
Located in McGillivray-Brown, the AMS Food Bank serves confidential and non-judgmental food service to members of the Queen’s community. We are a non-profit organization which aims to provide our clients with food services in the most comfortable environment possible. We operate mainly on donations as well as an opt-outable student fee from both the AMS and the Society for Graduate and Professional Students. As a non-profit organization, we aim for our funds to be put towards the upkeep of the Food Bank itself in the purchasing of fresh fruits, vegetables, milk and other items on a weekly basis.
Contact: During Operating Hours: (613) 533-6972. Outside Operating Hours: (613) 533-6000 x 74816
Address: McGillivray-Brown – 218 Barrie Street
Frontenac Community Mental Health and Addiction Services
Contact: Info: 613-544-1356 Crisis: 613-544-4229
Address: 385 Princess St, Kingston
Good 2 Talk
Good2Talk is a free, confidential helpline providing professional counselling and information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being to post-secondary students in Ontario, 24/7/365.
Health Services offers booked physician appointments for students seeking yearly health review, prescription renewals, STI testing, PAP smears, mental health assessment, psychotherapy, referrals and third party-physicals.
Hours: Monday – Friday between 9:00 am and 4:30 pm
KFLA Public Health Sexual Health Clinic
KFL&A Public Health offers confidential and non-judgemental sexual health services through our sexual health clinic located at 221 Portsmouth Avenue in Kingston.
Contact: 613-549-1232, ext. 1441
Address: 221 Portsmouth Ave.,Kingston
Peer Support Centre
The Peer Support Centre is a group of dedicated student volunteers who provide welcoming, confidential, and empathetic peer-based support to students at Queen’s University. Students are encouraged to come and speak with our volunteers who will listen and offer support for any and all issues. As well, we can suggest resources available on campus and in the Kingston community.
Contact: 613-533-6000 ext. 75111
Address: JDUC room 034
Sexual Assault Centre
Sexual Assault Centre Kingston (SAC Kingston) is mandated to provide support services and programs to women and all trans and gender non-conforming individuals (14 years of age and older) who have experienced recent and/or historical sexual violence in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox, and Addington
Contact: Info: 613-545-0762 Crisis: 613-544-6424
Address: 400 Elliott Avenue Unit/bureau 1 (Rockcliffe Plaza), Kingston
Sexual Health Resource Centre
The SHRC is a non-profit information and referral service that addresses sex, sexuality, and sexual health. It serves the community of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and is located in the John Deutsch University Centre of Queen’s University
Address: JDUC room 223
Substance Abuse Resource Centre
The Substance Abuse Resource Centre (SARC) a peer-led support service for students living with substance abuse disorders. The SARC is a free, confidential, non-judgmental, non-denominational space wherein students can confront their substance abuse issues with the help of their peers in the student recovery community.
The SARC offers:
-A free lending library of recovery literature
-Non-denominational recovery meetings, both 12-step and harm reduction:
-Monday 2:00pm-3:00pm, Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step
-Wednesday 2:00pm-3:00pm, Narcotics Anonymous 12-step
-Thursday 2:00pm-3:00pm, SMART Recovery Harm Reduction
-Information on addictions resources in the Kingston community
-The opportunity to form a recovery network of your peers.
– The purpose of the SARC is to form a fellowship of recovery in the student body that works toward our common goal of recovery. All of the available services are exclusively open to current Queen’s students (undergraduate, graduate, or professional). No sign up or previous contact is necessary; the only requirement for attendance is a desire for a recovery of any kind
The SARC will be open for anyone to drop by, or phone in, from 11:00am-3:00pm Tuesdays and Fridays; and 11:00am-2:00pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, as recovery meetings will be held from 2:00pm-3:00pm on these days and should not be interrupted. We can be contacted via email at any time.
Address: JDUC room 034
Telehealth Ontario is a free service provided by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care that allows Ontario residents to speak to a Registered Nurse with their medical or health questions any time of the day or night.
Queen’s University Chaplain Kate Johnson provides confidential counseling, ceremonial services, interfaith community development and spiritual support to students, faculty and staff on campus.
Address: JDUC, room 142 B