You are not alone! Mental health is for everyone, but everyone needs different levels of support. Here are some resources we hope can help:


Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Resources

This is undoubtedly a tough time for many after the news on May 28th of 215 children located on the former Kamloops Residential School Grounds. Please take good care of yourselves.
This list of resources has been compiled by ISC Staff for anyone who may need the extra support.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mt-saeVQqJ-7Y9brZb5Vq_DpUfHOmVicdnWKytzONis/edit?usp=sharing


Indigenous Counsellor, with SFU Health & Counselling

Jennifer Reandy is available by appointment, email isc_well@sfu.ca and asking to book with Jennifer, HCS Indigenous Counselor. Jennifer works Monday & Tuesday mornings, and Fridays 9:00am to 4:00 pm. You may receive an email from Jennifer or Access Case Manager, Deborah Fung, to follow-up with your request.

For more information go to: https://www.sfu.ca/students/health/resources/Indigenous-Students.html


Blazer – mobile app for young women aged 16-24

  • Blazer is a mobile app for young women aged 16-24 to break glass ceilings and build true community. It removes existing barriers that have created loneliness, mental health issues and a lack of opportunity for women by creating a space for them to make friends, to find and connect with successful, senior leaders from top companies. They would also be able to join a community of other supportive young women to help get through some hard times. It is a no-cost app that seeks to directly service young women who want to become the best possible versions of themselves while seeking to also help other women to do the same.
  • Released by Jeboah Miranda Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides educational and financial assistance to women who have been affected by suicide and offers mental toughness programs to female youth to teach them how to cope. It was founded by Jeboah Miranda, an Indigenous woman who has lost her two brothers to suicide.
  • The app connects female youth to mentors who can guide them, and to build friendships and garner emotional support to help them through their career and personal journeys.

The app is currently available on Android and IOS.


If you have any recommendations for resources that can be added to this page please contact: fnsa-board@sfu.ca

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