Get help from your university
Talk to your university's student wellbeing or support team. They may be able to offer advice or counselling services. You can refer yourself to these services. Find your university's service below:
LJMU Student advice and wellbeing team
Univeristy of Liverpool Student Support Service
Liverpool Hope University Student Support and Wellbeing
LIPA Student Support Services
Visit their website: www.lipa.ac.uk/life-at-lipa/student-support-services/student-support call the student support manager on 0151 330 3013 or email Student.Support@lipa.ac.uk
Talk to your GP
It can be helpful to speak to a GP about how you are feeling so make sure you get registered. Make an appointment to talk about your mental health.
A free NHS service for adults in Liverpool offering psychological therapies for people who are feeling depressed or anxious. You'll need to be registered with a Liverpool GP to access this serivce (if you have a Liverpool GP you can self-refer).
To find out more visit: www.talkliverpool.nhs.uk
A safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way about whatever's getting to you. Call 116 123 free or email email@example.com.
For more information go to www.samaritans.org
What to do if you are in a Mental Health Crisis
Speak to your GP
Contact your GP for an emergency appointment
If your GP is closed, consider calling 111 if you urgently need medical help or advice but it's not a life-threatening situation
For more information visit: 111.nhs.uk
Go to A&E
Go to your nearest Accident and Emergency department where a mental health practitioner will be able to assess you and give you appropriate help.
If your life is in immediate danger you should call 999.
The Liverpool Light
Provides a safe place for people who are experiencing or at risk of a mental health crisis. It is an out-of-hours mental health crisis service.
Located near the Royal Liverpool Hospital: 181-185 London Road, L3 8JG (open 6pm - 1am, 7 days a week)
For more information go to: www.liverpool-light.org.uk
A service for men in suicidal crisis.
Call 0151 303 5757, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
24 hour Crisis Text Line - Text JP to 85258.
For more information visit: www.jamesplace.org.uk