The university Wellbeing Access team can advise you or connect you with the appropriate support and resources. This included Residential Life, Wellbeing Advisers and counselling support.
There are three ways you can make an appointment:
They are not a crisis service and are also not a 24/7 service. Find out how to get help in an emergency or mental health crisis.
The Wellbeing Network was created to ensure that our wellbeing needs, as students, are being met by the policies, services and culture at university. We bring together students, societies, university staff and external partners to:
PROJECT:TALK has a great selection of free, peer led support groups and services available. Their 1:1 call scheme connects any student who feels they would benefit from a supportive chat, with a trained student volunteer. Talking groups such as TALK CLUB provide a safe and non-judgemental space to check in on your mental fitness.
Nilaari is a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) led community-based charity who deliver culturally appropriate and responsive social care support and talking therapies.
Call: 0117 952 5742
Bristol Mind offer a variety of support for LGBT+ people in Bristol including MindLine and MindLine Trans+.
Emotional support helpline MindLine is running an extended service during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and is now open 7 nights a week, 7pm-11pm on 0808 808 0330.
The trans+ and non-binary helpline MindLine Trans+ is running as normal, 8pm to Midnight Mondays and Fridays on 0300 330 5468.