24/7 Support for Our Students

In recent years, mental health-related issues have afflicted students at alarming rates. Though anxiety and depression are some of the top reasons, students may also seek support for reasons such as:

  • Difficulty adjusting to life while at school
  • Procrastination and building time management skills
  • Anxiety about public speaking
  • Worries about upcoming exams
  • Stress due to financial challenges
  • Loneliness or homesickness
  • Suicidal ideations and more.

The innovative keep.meSAFE Program provides 24/7 support to all Willis College students. The program includes direct support for students and consultative support for the faculty and staff who work with them.

The keep.meSAFE Program provides confidential support to students at no cost to them, with 24/7 access to support from counselors who speak their language and understand their culture and the unique challenges they face. Through the ‘TELUS Health Student Support’ app, students also have access to various multi-lingual articles, videos, and other mental health resources and direct access to a counselor by telephone or chat.

Download the SSP App

To speak with a keep.meSAFE counselor for the support, you can download the free ‘TELUS Health Student Support’ app to your device:

Download for Android

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Student Orientation & TELUS Health Student Support

For additional information, please watch this short orientation video about the Keep.meSAFE program and the TELUS Health Student Support app.

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What Our Graduates Are Saying

Online schooling was helpful in working around my schedule. It allowed me to gain the education I needed from the comfort of my own home. Despite online classes, you receive a quick response when help is needed.
Daphne Phillips
Addictions & Community Services Worker Program