Here are some resources from the National Health Service for students to use.
|Name of resource||Brief description||Contact details|
|Lifelink||A self-referral service offering one-to-one counselling, group sessions and courses on stress, mental and emotional management for young people and adults. They offer services in multiple locations across Glasgow.
|Email [email protected]
Call 0141 552 4434
|Your local GP||They are a very accessible and a good first port of call. Your GP can assess you or someone you are concerned about and refer onto more suited NHS services. They also play a key role and can provide documentation for good cause. If you are unhappy with your GP you can change surgeries, there often many that serve the same local area.||Find your local GP practise here: https://www.nhsinform.scot/national-service-directory/gp-practices|
|In an emergency||If you are concerned that you or someone else may be in immediate danger
|Please contact 999, your GP or NHS24 on 111. Alternatively you can go straight to your local A&E.
If you are on campus, please contact security first as they will be able to help emergency services reach you and contact the university crisis team.
Tel: (0141) 330 4282
Tel: (0141) 330 5799