Mental health support at the Students' Union

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Student mental health matters 

By donating today, you can help us to uplift student mental health support. Because at the University of Nottingham, mental health matters.  

University can be a tricky experience for some, with pressures to succeed sometimes feeling overwhelming. During times of high stress, like moving away from home for the first time or during exams, it can feel like it’s all too much.

One in three students will experience poor mental health at some point during their studies. No student should have to suffer in silence. It’s why students at the University of Nottingham’s Students’ Union (SU) are working hard to create fantastic peer support networks that get tangible results.  

But with your support there’s so much more they could do.

You have the power to help. Every pound that you donate can help us to increase student-led mental health support at Nottingham, so that students can get the vital support they need when they’re feeling low. 

Your donations will support student led initiatives like Nottingham Nightline

Nightline is a student-run support service that’s available to all University of Nottingham students via phone, text messaging, and Skype. This vital service is open 7pm to 8am every night, and 24 hours a day during freshers’ period and exam season.

Nightline’s listening service provides a safe space for Nottingham's students to talk to someone without fear of being judged, rushed or identified. No matter what is on your mind, Nightline is here to listen to you and can help you get the support you need.

Publicity Officer, Ira, says: “What makes Nottingham Nightline important, is that we provide a safe space for students to have a chat or talk through something that is bothering them, as going to university can be a very tumultuous time.”

How you can help

By donating now, you can help a student get the support they need during a difficult time. Give today to support brilliant student-run initiatives like Nightline, and help a young person get back to living life to the full again.

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