Keep.meSAFE

24/7 Support for Our Students

In recent years, mental health-related issues have afflicted students at alarming rates. With Anxiety and Depression were some of the top reasons, students may also seek support for reasons such as Difficulty adjusting to life while at school; Procrastination and building time management skills; anxiety about public speaking; Worries about upcoming exams; Stress due to financial challenges; loneliness or homesickness; Suicidal ideations and more.

The innovative keep.meSAFE Program provides 24/7 support to all Willis College / CBBC College students. The program includes two components: direct support for students and consultative support for the faculty and staff who work with them.

The keep.meSAFE Program provides confidential support to students at no cost to them with 24/7 access to support from counsellors who speak their language, understand their culture, and the unique challenges they face. Through the My SSP app students also have access to a wide variety of multi-lingual articles, videos and other mental health resources as well as direct access to a counsellor by telephone or chat.

In order to speak with a keep.meSAFE counsellor for support you can download the free My SSP app to your device:

Android

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.onetapsolutions.morneau.myissp&hl=en_CA

Apple

https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/my-ssp/id1112006222

or call toll free 1.844.451.9700

Student Orientation

You can watch this short orientation video about the Keep.meSAFE program and the My SSP app.

View Orientation

What Our Graduates Are Saying

CBBC is the best decision that you can make for yourself. The education, the hands-on experience, and the amazing instructors make the time fly by. You learn skills that translate into real job experience. If you are looking to go to college, choose them! Once you become a part of the CBBC family, your dreams become realities!
Stephanie Melski
Medical Office Assistant / Cape Breton Regional Hospital Program