These are some resource links that are beneficial for students and community support:

Naseeha Muslim Youth Helpline

Call toll free- 1-866-627-3342 or visit Modelled after the mainstream Kids Help Phone, operating from the city of Mississauga nightly from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Monday to Friday

Young Muslims’ Hotline

Call 416.623.9080 or visit The YMH features options such as media inquiries, Naseeha Muslim Youth Helpline, Ask the Scholar, Academics Services & much more.


Call toll free 1-888-315-NISA. This is a recent initiative by Mercy Mission, as part of their Women’s Resource Centre. A Muslim Women’s helpline, it is open Monday to Wednesday, from 7-9pm, and Thursday and Friday morning, from 10-12pm. It can be used by anyone in Canada.

Drug Rehab is a web resource that helps those fighting substance abuse and addiction.

American Society of Addiction Medicine

OISE Psychology Clinic: 252 Bloor St. W.; (416) 978-0654.

Sliding scale psychotherapy is provided to individual adults by Counselling Psychology graduate students who are supervised by licensed Psychologists. The clinic is open from September through April. Low cost, with sliding scale; this service is free for University of Toronto students.

Sources courtesy of MSAUTSC and Alice Stone