Our University Mental Health and Wellbeing support team is not an emergency service and not a 24/7 service. Complete our online form to access our support services. Please note there is generally a wait time for an appointment.
If you are a student who is concerned that you might harm yourself, you need to contact an emergency or crisis support service instead.
Below are details of the main emergency and crisis support services. Unless it says otherwise, these are open 24 hours a day, every day:
Please do not forget the importance of talking to someone you trust. Let family or friends know what's going on for you. They may be able to offer support and help keep you safe.
There's no right or wrong way to talk about suicidal feelings – starting the conversation is what's important.
Download Our Pocket Support Guide and save it somewhere you can access it easily, including your phone or you can simply print it out.
NHS and local mental health trust support links can be found below whether you already have support in place or wish to access specific support.
PLEASE NOTE: local NHS provision is based on GP NOT address so it is important that you register with a local GP when moving to university
If you’re struggling and you’re not sure if you want to live or die, can you, just for now, hold off making this decision and go to the Staying Safe website.
Read and watch the videos for some ideas about how to get through.
There may be things that you - and other people - can do to make things better.