Urgent Support

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger or poses risk to self or to others, emergency support should be sought without delay.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger or poses risk to self or to others, emergency support should be sought without delay.

The Wellbeing Service is not able to provide crisis support.

 

For an immediate emergency requiring the Police, Ambulance or Fire Service, dial 999

  • We strongly advise you dialing 999 in all cases of overdosing, even if you do not feel unwell; delaying help can be fatal.

For on-campus first aid and security, call 01243 816363

 

For urgent mental health advice and support you can:

  • Contact your GP for an urgent appointment
  • Call the 24/7 Sussex Mental Health Line on 0300 5000 101
  • 24/7 Crisis messenger text service: text 'SHOUT' to 85258
  • Attend your nearest A&E department for an urgent assessment
  • Access TogetherAll - 24/7 peer and professional support
  • The Mix (Essential support for under 25s) - 1:1 webchat support between 4pm and 11pm