Where can I get help?
If you are concerned about your mental health, please follow the 'Read More...' link below to find some contacts that you might find useful.
Your GP: Book an appointment with your GP. They can offer advice or refer you to other more specific services to get help.
University Counselling Service: The Service offers free and confidential support, but it is not an emergency service.
MIND: Mind is a mental health charity. To ask about mental health or mental health services, or to find out more about a particular Mind service, phone the MIND Information Line on 01865 263730.
Students Against Depression: An award-winning website offering information, blogs and resources to help students find their way forward from low mood or depression
Student Minds: Student Minds is a national student mental health charity working to encourage peer interventions for student mental health.
The Samaritans: Trained volunteers are able to listen to you any time day or night. We can help you talk through whatever is troubling you, find the answers that are right for you, and offer support. Call on: 116 123 / or by the Oxford branch phone number on 01865 722122.
FRANK: For friendly, confidential drugs advice, call FRANK on: 0300 123 6600
IN AN EMERGENCY: If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts and think that you might be unable to keep yourself safe, visit your nearest A&E department or call 999.