External Support Services

The University has arranged for all our students to have access free-of-charge to Big White Wall, a 24/7 digital mental health and wellbeing service which offers self-help resources and online support. 

You are very welcome to make use of the Big White Wall at any time; just log-in using your Wolverhampton University email address.

Below are links to other useful services relating to mental health and wellbeing.

If you are a student who is concerned that you might harm yourself, you need to contact an emergency or crisis support service instead. 

NHS Options

999 - you can always telephone 999 in an emergency.  This webpage will help you find your nearest hospital.

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

Other Support Services

Domestic Violence

 

Addictions

 

Sexual Assault

 

 

Finances

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Other useful contacts:

Relationship Problems

Bereavement

Forced Marriage

Possible terrorist activity

Being a carer

Concerns about a child or vulnerable adult: Contact your local council

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Someone to Talk To

Female Genital Mutilation

Modern Slavery and Trafficking

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The links to support agencies, organisations and support apps contained in this website are for general information purposes only. While we endeavour to keep the information and the links up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, expressly or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to these links or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on any website or support app for any purpose.

Anxiety

Depression/Suicidal Thoughts

 

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Three self-help leaflets you may find useful:

Stress

Psychosis

Bipolar

Eating Disorders

OCD

OCD UK

Self-harm

 

Organisations who can support with the following issues:

National Mental Health Organisations: