ILAC Health Services

Taking Care of Your Physical
and Mental Health

We believe that your health and well-being is an important aspect of your time with us. We want you to be safe, healthy and to enjoy your time at ILAC and in Canada.
24/7 Support

Our health care team is available to support you 24/7. Call, text, chat, or email, all confidential.


All services are free, private and confidential.

For more information on Health Services email [email protected] or call (905)-409-8728



Services Included

For more information on Health Services email [email protected]


Meeting with
students either in person or virtual for counselling support


Working with students experiencing difficulties with adjusting to life in Canada


Help for students facing health or accessibility challenges, academic failure.


Webinars on personal safety, consent and acceptable behaviours in Canada

Health Services Team

Our professional in-house health services team is available to support you during your time with us. Our professionals are here to discuss personal and mental health concerns that are impacting your life and/or academics.


We provide a safe and confidential space for you to discuss both your physical and mental health concerns.


Support is available to you by contacting Health Services to book an appointment with one of our team members.

Enhanced Medical

Your ILAC Health Care Plan is enhanced by a concierge nursing service that includes:

Help and Support When and Where You Need It

Please check here for monthly updates, activities, calendar events and reminders

Crisis Hotlines available 24/7

Toronto Distress Centres

416 408-4357 or 408-HELP

Gerstein Centre


Spectra Helpline



1-866-925-5454 or connect through
2-1-1 or online

January 25th is Bell Let’s Talk Day

Wednesday January 25th is Bell Let’s Talk Day. This day highlights and opens up the conversation on mental health.

ILAC Healthcare wants to keep talking and taking action to create a positive change in our community.

Starting a conversation on mental health can be challenging, here are some tips to reach out and support someone-

  • Reach out– ask them how they are doing. “Is everything okay, do you want to talk?”

How have you been doing, has anything happened recently that you want to talk about? I’m worried about you.

  • Listen– “I’m here for you” “I’d like to hear more about what is going on for you” “When is a good time to talk?”
  • Offer Support– be compassionate and without judgement. “Is there anything I can do to help?” “What do you need right now”
  • Talk about resources– support the person with a plan. “Have you talked to anyone else about this?” “Can I help you contact the right people?” “Would it be helpful if I came with you?”
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