I.M. Well Student Assistance Program
I.M. Well’s Student Assistance Program (SAP), is a free counselling program available to all students from all campuses and their immediate family members. I.M. Well provides 24/7 counselling services for mental, emotional, physical and financial health.
The SAP is a completely confidential service that provides students and their families with immediate assistance when they need it most. These services are available to individuals, couples or families and can be provided in person, via emails, online, video calls or by telephone. This service will also be made available to graduates of the College starting with the graduates of this current term.
To access this service, you simply need to call the toll-free number at 1.877.554.6935 to be connected to a counsellor. You can also download the iAspiria app on your mobile phone, available on Google Play and App Store, to access all benefits of the Student Assistance Program, including the scheduling of future appointments.
3 Ways to Access The Student Assistance Program!
Student Assistance Program Website
The SAP Website is a great one stop shop for resources that are useful to you, available from any browser! This also includes Live Connect Online, a text messaging alternative to speak with a Masters Level Counsellor! All completely free for ACC Students
iAspiria Mobile App
The iAspiria App has all of the same resources as the website and also has an easy access button to call a Masters Level Counsellor right from your cell phone. The iAspiria App is available both on the Google Play and iTunes Stores.
Account Login/Password – ACCSA
Toll Free Number - 1-877-554-6935
If you want to contact the Student Assistance Program directly and speak with a masters level counsellor right away, you can use their direct line here: 1-877-554-6935 (or 1-877-55 IMWELL).
The SAP Provides a wide variety of services for students. Including Counselling that can be accessed 24/7 either by phone or by text. There are many reasons might want to access the SAP. Here are just a few:
• Academic stress (Time Management, Working with Groups, etc)
• Relationships (Couples Counselling, Roommate difficulties)
• Personal issues (Crisis situations, Legal or other personal issues)
• Physical & Mental health (Depression, fitness)
• Financial Concerns (Budgeting, Managing Debt)
You can also request to speak with a counsellor in over 180+ languages, so if you prefer to speak to someone in a language other than English, please let them know when you contact them.
If you still have any questions or if you require further information on the Student Assistance Program email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.