What we do

Confidential, non-judgmental, and here for you.

Stressed? Lonely? Feeling down? Or just want to chat? The PSC is ready to hear you out.

What the PSC provides:

  • Friendly and well-trained student peer supporters
  • A welcoming space where you can share your experiences and feel truly listened to
  • Peer supporters that can connect you with resources

Drop-in or make an appointment to chat one-on-one with a supporter about anything on your mind.

History

McGill Peer Support Centre pamphlet held by handThe Peer Support Centre (PSC) was founded in Fall 2013 by a group of McGill students with the support of McGill’s professional mental health services. With a vision to make support services more accessible at McGill, they conducted research and talked to similar programs elsewhere in Canada. After a semester of hard work, the PSC opened its doors in Winter 2014. Since then, the PSC has expanded considerably, by becoming a Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) service, partnering with McGill Mental Health Services and securing a permanent location.

The PSC is closed for the summer!

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