Get Support after Experiencing or Witnessing Racial Injustice


Connecting with mental health supports after experiencing or witnessing racial injustice may help the healing and self-care process. Below is a list of Brock and Community mental health resources for students, and racialized communities and individuals that can provide the specialized support you may need.

Brock Mental Health Resources

Brock University’s Walk-in clinic for physical, mental, and sexual health services. They also can receive disclosures and reports related to sexual violence. Visit their website for more contact information.

Over the phone free Mental Health Support for students on and off-campus.

  • Crisis support (24/7): 1-833-276-2533 (1-833-BROCK33)
  • Students who are outside of North America can call 011 416 382 3257 for 365/24/7 telephone support.
  • Email:
  • Website

A safe space on campus for Indigenous-identifying students that provide support and resources to enhance their academic success and cultural identity at Brock.

Free personal counseling for students on and off-campus. Discuss your personal and/or social difficulties with a counsellor.

  • Crisis counselling (24/7): 1-833-276-2533 (1-833-BROCK33)
  • Students who are outside of North America can call 011 416 382 3257 for 365/24/7 telephone support.
  • Email:
  • Website

A services that provides threat assessments for students who may be a threat to themselves or others.

Public Mental Health Resources

Blackline provides a space for peer support & counselling, reporting of mistreatment, affirming the lived experiences of people who are most impacted by systemic oppression.

  • Call or Text their 24/7 helpline: 1 (800) 604-5841
  • Website

Black Youth Helpline serves all youth and specifically responds to the need for a Black youth specific service, positioned and resourced to promote access to professional, culturally appropriate support for youth, families and schools.

Hours of operation: Everyday 9 am – 10 pm

TAIBU is a community health centre located in Toronto committed to delivering health and social services to Black communities across the GTA. They offer counselling services, primary and long term health care services, telemedicine, and much more.

An organization dedicated to providing support to South Asian Women in North America. They have a helpline, provide resources on Gender-Based Violence, and run advocacy programs for South-Asian Women.

  • Helpline – Monday to Friday – 10am to 5pm
    • Call: 1 (212) 868-6741
    • Text: 1 (305) 697-2544 (1-305MY-SAKHI)
  • Support through email:
  • Website

Offers immediate help to all Indigenous people across Canada. Counseling available in Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktitut. 

  • Toll-free, 24/7 Help Line: 1-855-242-3310
  • Chat online: Website

Culturally grounded, fully confidential helpline for Indigenous women available in 14 languages across Ontario.

  • Toll-free, 24/7 Help Line: 1-855-554-HEAL (4325)
  • Live Online Chat: Website

A provincial telephone helpline for Francophone women dealing with violence. 

Une line de soutien francophone pour ceux et celles touchés par la violence fait aux femmes dans la province de l’Ontario. 

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 phone line: 1-866-925-5454
  • 24/7 text line: Text GOOD2TALKON to 686868
  • Website