Out of Hours Support
Below is a list of useful out-of-hours external services you may need to contact. You should always dial 999 in the event of a true emergency requiring the police, ambulance service or fire brigade.
Drop in service available 9am - 9pm daily
46 Marshall Street, London, W1F 9BF
(Every night of term 6pm - 8am)
|020 7631 0101|
Nightline can help if you find yourself worrying about things at night and you would like to talk to another student confidentially.
CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)
|0800 585 858|
CALM is a website and helpline aimed at preventing male suicide.
|0845 767 8000|
Saneline provides practical information, crisis care, and emotional support to anybody affected by mental health problems.
0800 068 4141
HopelineUK is a confidential helpline for young people dealing with suicide, depression and emotional distress.
You can also text HopelineUK on 07786 209 697 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday to Friday 10am-10pm
Weekends/public holidays 2pm-5pm
Free, expert health advice and information from the NHS, 24 hours.
For urgent medical care you can book an appointment with your doctor's surgery, visit a NHS walk-in centre or visit the Accident and Emergency department at any hospital.
In an emergency dial 999.
The non-emergency number for the police. You should call 101 to report crime and other concerns that do not require an emergency response. If there is a true emergency always dial 999.