Dial 999 in the event of a true emergency requiring the police, ambulance service or fire brigade, or:
For non-emergencies get in touch with:
Urgent mental health support
- call 020 7514 6251 and ask to speak the Duty Worker
- email email@example.com if you need urgent support from the Counselling and Health Advice Service. Available Monday to Saturday (term time), 9.30am to 5pm.
Mental Health First Aid
Contact a Mental Health First Aider at UAL. Find out more at any Student Services help desk or ask a member of staff.
Samaritans (24 hours)
Nightline (every night of term 6pm-8am)
Tel: 020 7631 0101
Nightline can help if you find yourself worrying about things at night and would like to talk to another student confidentially.
CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)
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.
You can also visit an NHS walk-in centre or 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 need an emergency response.
If there is a true emergency always dial 999.