Who are we?
Student Minds is a national charity that works to help students with mental health problems, and campaigns to raise awareness about student mental health. Here at Student Minds Bath, we are a student-led group committed to supporting university students with their mental health and wellbeing.
What do we do?
We aim to support student mental health in two distinct ways. Firstly our campaigns committee run a number of campaigns and events on campus to raise awareness and create positive change around the importance of mental health and wellbeing for students here at Bath. We're always listening out for how students' mental health can be improved in all areas of university life (both in and out of academia), so feel free to get in touch via email if you have any relevant feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second way we aim to support student mental health involves our award winning team of Student Minds Facilitators who run a variety of courses for those experiencing an eating disorder or depression and workshops for those who would like to learn more about how to support someone with an eating disorder or who self-harms. You can find out more about these courses in the tabs to your left. You can also contact the facilitator team by Facebook or email: email@example.com
What are our aims for the year?
- Increase our social media presence and make the content relatable: we want our Facebook page to be a warm and friendly place to visit if students are feeling low or need some light-hearted motivation.
- Collaborate with more societies for events to reach a greater number of students: mental health wellbeing applies to all!
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Need emotional support?
- Coronavirus Resource Hub
- Contact the Counselling and Mental Health Teams (in 4 West) to book an appointment and speak to a trained mental health professional. Call 01225 383838, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Further information can be found on their website.
- Bath Nightline is a student-run listening service open every night, 8pm-8am during term time. You can find their number on the back of your library card. They also have an instant messaging service which can be found on their website.
- Samaritans is open 24 hours a day, offering a 100% confidential helpline. Call 116 123. www.samaritans.org
- You may find it helpful to get in touch with the Advice and Support Centre (Level 2 of the Students Union). View further information and opening hours: Advice and Support.
Need immediate medical attention?
If you feel that you’ve recently been struggling to cope, or you have had thoughts about hurting yourself in any way, please take action now to keep yourself safe:
- Get in touch with your GP as soon as you can.
- If your surgery is closed, call NHS Direct (111) for further advice.
If you are about to harm yourself or have already done so, phone 999 now (if you are on campus, call the University Security emergency number, 01225 383999, to do this). Visit Students Against Depression for advice and suggestions on what to do now.