Support Resources

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LCSA Student Clubs
Make your college experience incredible. Get involved in a club. Joining a club is a great way to meet new people, share ideas, have fun, and make friends.

Student Association Office Room CE1350

LCSA Food Bank
Established in 1994 to meet the growing need of hungry students on campus. The Students' Association is responsible for the operation and supports the Foodbank through monetary donations and food drives.

Student Association Office Room CE1350 (403) 320-3373

LCSA Campus Rec
Campus Recreation's main objective is to provide a wide variety of quality recreational activities to students. Our programs provide a span of opportunities that are truly enjoyable. We offer individual fitness programs and team intramural sports.

(403) 320-3202 ext. 5303

LCSA Student Benefit Plan
Your Benefits Plan Office, Student Service Coordinator is fully acquainted with the details of health and dental benefits drop by the office or visit us online to find out more about your LCSA Student Benefit Plan.

Ley Bodie (403) 320-3202 ext. 5310

Lethbridge College Accessibility Services
Supporting students with physical or learning disabilities, sensory impairments, mental health issues, or chronic medical conditions.

Room TE1222 (403) 320-3202 ext. 5400

Lethbridge College Be Fit For Life
Fitness resource centre that provides fitness services, programs, information and activities designed to encourage and support a healthy lifestyle.

(403) 382-6919

Indigenous Service
Whether you're a recent high school graduate or a mature student looking to re-enter college to upgrade your skills, Lethbridge College offers quality academic advising, career advising and employment preparation services.

Indigenous Service Toll free: 1-800-572-0103 ext: 5731
Marni Hope (403) 320-3202 ext: 5876 
Lowell Yellowhorn (403) 320-3202 ext: 5540

Lethbridge College Financial Aid and Awards
Provides information about scholarships, grants, loans, and financial planning.

Lethbridge College Wellness Services
Provides information and counselling on general health, nutrition and weight management, smoking cessation, alcohol and drug education and sexual health, including prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, birth control and pregnancy. Also provided are immunizations to students in programs that require them.

Location: CE1380 (403) 320-3289

Lethbridge College Learning Café Prepare, advance and excel through peer tutoring, developmental studies courses or study skills workshops.

Room CE1340 (403) 382-6952

Lethbridge College Personal Counselling
This free, professional service offers individualized and confidential assistance and exists to support and improve the overall well-being of students.

Lethbridge College Physical Education Building
The PE building includes four international squash courts, two racquetball courts, a fitness-testing centre, dance studio and a therapy centre. Members can also take advantage of the PE building's fitness centre, complete with strength training equipment, free weights, new portable equipment and machines to improve cardiovascular fitness. The change rooms are equipped with lockers for rent and newly renovated steam rooms.
Online Video Counselling

Private and secure counselling. The first session is free and you do not need to supply any payment information. Evening and weekend appointments are available. Counsellors are covered under the student insurance health plan. For more information, please visit the link below.


The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), in collaboration with the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention, the Centre for Suicide Prevention, and the Public Health Agency of Canada has developed 2 toolkits to support people who have been impacted by suicide. One toolkit is tailored for people who have attempted suicide , and the other is focused on resources for people who have lost someone to suicide . The MHCC wishes to thank the Advisory Committee comprised of people with lived experience related to suicide for their assistance in making these toolkits possible.
In the summer of 2017, the MHCC conducted an online survey to elicit feedback from people who have been affected by suicide. With over a thousand responses, the survey helped gain a better understanding of what topics, content areas, resources, and information were important to include in the toolkits.

Many respondents indicated a preference for “people-first” language as opposed to “survivorship language”. For this reason, “people-first” language is used in the toolkit. That said, many of the resources linked from the toolkits use “survivorship” language.
Please note that the toolkits are not intended to replace a conversation and are not designed to be an exhaustive list of the wide variety of resources available across Canada for support. If you or someone you know is experiencing distressing thoughts or thoughts of suicide, please contact your local distress centre or Kids Help Phone .
The Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program
The Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program provides mental health, emotional and cultural support services to eligible former Indian Residential School students and their families throughout all phases of the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement, including:
  • Common Experience Payments (CEP)
  • Independent Assessment Process (IAP)
  • Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) events
  • commemorative activities
Resolution Health Support Program Services are safe, confidential, respectful and non-judgmental.

You can access emotional and crisis referral services by calling 24-Hour National Crisis Line: 1-866-925-4419

Indian Residential School Survivor Society
The IRSSS Crisis line is available 24/7 at 1-800-721-0066.

The Hope For Wellness
The Hope for Wellness Help Line offers immediate help to all Indigenous peoples across Canada.

It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to offer:
  • counselling
  • crisis intervention
Call the toll-free Help Line at 1-855-242-3310 or connect to the online chat at

First Nations Health Authority

Healing in Colour
Healing in Colour envisions a world where BIPOC, in all our intersections, have access to therapy that supports our healing and liberation. Find a BIPOC therapist in your community. Access a curated list of resources that support healing.

Native Youth Crisis Line 1-877-209-1266
24/7 crisis line for Indigenous Youth available for residents of Canada and the United States.

Native Counselling Services of Alberta
Native Counselling Services of Alberta’s mission is to promote the resilience of the Aboriginal individual and family, through programs and services that are grounded in reclaiming our interconnectedness, reconciliation of relationships and self determination.” Native Counselling Services of Alberta also partners with a number of organizations that can provide additional resources.

Sheldon M. Chumir Health Centre
This service provides culturally appropriate mental health care and support for Indigenous clients.

This program works closely with nurses, physicians, and other service providers to facilitate a holistic approach to care.

Our team provides::
  • counselling for individuals and families
  • psycho-educational group therapy
  • trauma informed therapy for individuals
  • resources including access to Traditional Wellness Counsellors
  • assessment
  • supported liaison services
  • outreach services
  • education
  • community development
  • culturally safe patient and family centered care
  • assisted referral
403-955-6645 (Intake)

Alberta Indigenous Virtual Care Clinic
Any First Nations, Metis or Inuit person or their family in Alberta can see a doctor through their phone or computer

Metis Settlements General Council (Metis Settlement members in Alberta) Mental Health Helpline:
1-877-303-2642. Available 24/7.

Aboriginal counselling services association of Alberta. Circle of safety (men/women/children)
(780) 448-0378.

Poundmaker’s lodge
Tele-Mental Health (780) 458-1884. Toll Free: 1-866-458-1884.
Trans Lifeline
Non-profit hotline run by transgender people, for transgender people.

PFLAG Canada is a national charitable organization, founded by parents who wished to help themselves and their family members understand and accept their non- heterosexual children. The "coming-out" process can be a critical time for families. When the adjustment period is particularly long or painful, relationships can become permanently damaged, resulting in a lifetime of emotional scars. People cannot always rise above the challenge of accepting themselves or their family member, and the results can be devastating, even fatal. We support these families through today and give them hope for a better tomorrow. Contact us at 1 (888) 530-6777 ext. 224
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