If you need to speak to someone urgently and it is within the Student Advice opening hours, our Mental Health Adviser or one of our Student Advisers will be available to talk with you.
- Present at Student Advice based in The Cornerstone Building.
- Call 01522 583600
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
It may be necessary to contact one or both emergency services:
- NHS- Call 111 (option 2 if related to Mental Health) for non-urgent medical concerns, or 999 for a medical emergency.
- Police- Call 101 for non-urgent matters, or 999 in the case of an emergency.
Here are some other support services that you can use in a mental health crisis:
- Samaritans- Talk to someone about how you are feeling. You can call freephone on 116 123
- Shout- Get 24/7 help from a team of Crisis Volunteers by texting 85258
- Lincolnshire’s Mental Health Helpline- If you’re feeling low, anxious or stressed and you think that talking to another person may help you cope you can call 0800 001 4331
- NHS Single Point of Access– Contact your local mental health care team on 0303 123 4000 or e-mail Lincs.email@example.com and explain you need to speak with somebody about your mental wellbeing
- GP- Request an urgent appointment
- A&E- You can attend Lincoln County Hospital (or your closest hospital)
- Campus Security- If you are on the BGU campus, you can call the university Security Team on 0785 001 5713
You may also find it helpful to take a look at the following Student Advice leaflets: