Emergency contacts

The University acknowledges that anti-social behaviour can affect your wellbeing at any time. Share and Support supports University members who may be victims of anti-social behaviour including hate crime. It supports the University to measure and monitor incidents that affect our University community. It is not meant to be a replacement for the Police Service. In an emergency, please call 999.


On campus you can:

• Speak to a University staff member

• Call 2222

• Go to the security hub at the front of the Harold Wilson Building.


In a mental health emergency, you can contact:

• Single Point of Access (mental health crisis): 01924 316830

• Your local Accident and Emergency: 999 or 111 for advice

• Your GP practice or the University Health Centre: 01484 430386

• Samaritans (24/7 support via phone): 116 123

• Police (emergency only): 999

• Papyrus Suicide Prevention Helpline (HopeLineUK): 0800 0684141 or text 07786 209697


Other useful contacts:

• Improving Access to Psycholoical Therapies: 01484 434625

• Pennine Domestic Violence: 01484 308307

• CGL The Base (drug and alcohol support): 01484 541589

togetherall (24/7 online mental health support)

Wellbeing Services (University wellbeing support)