Student Community Care Services

Student Community Care Services focus on the health and wellness needs of students through programs that support health, wellness, emotional and social well-being for students.

Activities include access to nutritious food and information, peer groups and counselling, mental health supports, healthy lifestyle and networks, harm reduction, workshops, sexual health and consent information.

Our Student Community Care Services include:

The Community Care Centre

The Student Nutrition Access Program


Student-Led Health Networks

Student-Led Health Networks create a community for students to come together for a wide range of purposes and learning opportunities to improve the health and wellness of students on campus.

One of the benefits of joining a Student-Led Health Network is the opportunity to develop leadership and soft skills such as communication and teamwork with your peers.

All official networks are supported and funded by the Student Association. You will receive benefits such as funding to organize events, free use of Student Association and college spaces for meetings and great opportunities to collaborate on events and activities at George Brown College.

For more information:
Phone: 416.415.5000 Ext. 6003
Email: networks@sagbc.ca

Health Networks Description
NewView Collective Mental Wellness support group for students. It is a resource for students who suffer from mental health conditions and come seek support from their peers.
The Network The purpose is to bring awareness and assist with educational success to students who identify as black. The Network also provides counselling and mentorship to students.
ESL – American Sign Language American Sign Language and Deaf Culture Network offers opportunity for individuals to learn American Sign Language. The network also focuses on creating bridges between the hearing and the Deaf culture.
ASL Network ASL Network Toronto offers opportunity for individuals to learn American Sign Language. The network also focuses on creating bridges between the hearing and the Deaf culture.
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