If you are experiencing any difficulties with your welfare, mental health or wellbeing you can speak to a member of the College Welfare Team this may include feeling homesick, overwhelmed, low in mood, worry about family issues or academic work, anxiety, panic or panic attacks, sleep disturbance or eating disturbance, feeling lonely or experiencing suicidal thoughts.
You can discuss any mental health concerns or difficulties with the College Doctor or the College Nurse e.g. low mood, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, sleep disturbance, eating disturbance, experiencing suicidal thoughts, self-harm, drug or alcohol issues.
The Service offers free and confidential short-term individual and group support for students experiencing mental health difficulties. You may make an appointment by email Email: email@example.com. Podcasts and self-help resources are also available on the website.
Telephone peer support available 8pm-8am, weeks 0-9 for phone, instant message, skype or drop-in (T) 01865 270 270, 16 Wellington Square, Oxford
If something's troubling you, get in touch by telephone, email or visit to speak to someone face to face, even if you are worried about someone else call 116 123 (this number is free to call) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the Oxford branch: Samaritans Oxford, 60 Magdalen Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 1RB T:01865 722 122 (local call charges apply)
Open 7 days a week 8:00am - 10:00pm and wheelchair accessible
If you experience mental health crisis, you can get support with Oxford Safe Haven by calling 01865 903 037.
A non-clinical space offering crisis support, signposting, safety planning and listening support. They offer one to one support on the phone or face to face and online.
Open 7 days a week from 6pm until 10pm. The referral line is open from 5pm on the day of the service and the last entry is at 9pm. You must call first to book an appointment for the same day.
Offering help and advice for any mental health problem call 01865 24 77 88 or visit their webpages.
Offering a range of FREE talking therapies through the NHS to people registered with an Oxfordshire GP.
Offers opportunity to connect with other students experiencing similar issues through online forums. You can also access advice and self-learning courses. Register with your university email account.
A website offering advice, information, guidance and resources to those affected by low mood, depression and suicidal thinking. Alongside clinically-validated information and resources it presents the experiences, strategies and advice of students themselves – after all, who better to speak to their peers about how depression can be overcome?