Peer Support Centre: We're here to listen.
Peer Support volunteers are advocates of reducing mental health stigma, and promoting discussion of a variety of mental health concerns. We host various tabling events across campus to increase awareness of our services and to give students an opportunity to interact with our volunteers. We have collaborated with other student groups and other organizations, such as the Kids Help Phone Committee and Unwind Your Mind, successfully increasing mental health awareness.
If you would like to collaborate with the Peer Support Centre, please contact email@example.com
More information about upcoming events hosted by the Peer Support Centre coming soon!
The Peer Support Centre offers a variety of presentations on topics pertaining to issues seen at the Centre. We have done presentations for parents, student groups, fraternities, RAs in Lister, and many other groups. Below are topics we can present on:
- Peer Support Centre Service Education
- Stress & De-stress
- Mental Health Awareness
- Healthy Communication
- Intro to Supportive Listening
- Suicide Intervention
To request a presentation or our participation in a tabling event, please fill out this form, and we'll be in touch soon!
Please note, that the Peer Support Centre is closed for the summer. If in need of supportive listening, please call the Edmonton Distress Line at 780-482-4357.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
9AM - 5PM
Tuesday & Thursday
9AM - 7PM
Peer Support Centre
Students' Union Building
University of Alberta
8900 - 114 Street NW