Further Support

In a Crisis
If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts and think that you might be unable to keep yourself safe, visit your nearest hospital emergency department or call 999.

Papyrus offer national support to young people up to 35 years of age who are feeling suicidal.

The Samaritans offer a confidential service so you can talk to someone 24-7.

Shout provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK to anyone experiencing a mental health crisis.

  • text SHOUT to 85258
  • Texts are free from all major mobile networks in the UK.

Sexual assault and violence.
Oxford’s Student Welfare and Support Services can provide support for those who have experienced sexual harassment and violence, please find more information here.

Oxford Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre offer free and confidential support to women and girls who are dealing with the effects of sexual violence, including abuse, rape, domestic abuse, and harassment.

Women’s Aid offer support and information, including a live chat.

If you are in need of non-urgent care
If you are concerned about your mental health and are in need of non-urgent care, then please call your GP in the first instance.
You can find other avenues of support on the Nurture-U website and through Oxford’s Student Welfare and Support Services.