We're here for you every step of the way

We're committed to making student life better. As such, we're here to help you on a variety of academic issues. If you're struggling with hitting deadlines, have educational needs that aren't being addressed or are being accused of academic misconduct, you can come and speak to us at any time. 

Contact

Here at Brighton SU Support we can help you explore your options and the implications of your choices. In all cases, the earlier you contact us the more assistance we will be able to give you.

For help with any of these issues above please contact us and we can arrange to provide one-to-one advice and support.

Sexual Health & Relationships

On Campus help

Sexual Health Drop-Ins

The Students' Union runs weekly sexual health drop-ins for at the Falmer and Moulsecoomb campuses. These drop-ins are run by a trained student staff member and are completely confidential. At the drop-ins you will have access to information and advice about sexual health and any will be able to discuss any concerns you may have. You will be able to pick up free condoms and lube, and will also have access to free chlamydia testing kits.

All drop-ins are term-time only.

Falmer: Mondays 11:30am - 1:00pm | SU Office, Ringmer House

Moulsecoomb: Tuesdays 2:00pm - 3:30pm | SU Office, Ground Floor, Cockcroft Building

Off Campus help

The Students' Union also has wellbeing cupboards placed at each campus. These include free resources such as condoms, lube and pregnancy tests for you to take if you need them. If you are unsure of where the wellbeing cupboard is at you campus please ask at the SU reception who will be happy to tell you where it is.

Mental health and Wellbeing

On Campus Help

BSU Support services:

You can book an appointment to see one of our union support advisers who will offer free, impartial advice and support to you no matter what course or campus you are on. Appointments and contact with the team is always confidential, non-judgemental and friendly.

Email: bsusupport@brighton.ac.uk

Phone: 01273 642876

SSGT’S and counselling (University of Brighton):

The university offers help to students who may need advice or support through Student support guidance counsellors and a counselling service. Initially you may be directed to an SSGT who will try to help with any concerns you have, they can also help you get in touch with the counselling team if you feel this is the best option for you. You can find all the contact information that you may need here if you wish to speak to an SSGT or register for counselling services.

Off campus help

Samaritans Charity

Samaritans

If you need crisis support they have A 24/7 Helpline that you can call. They also offer, advice, help and support to anyone who needs it, or are just there to listen to you if that’s what you need.

 

Phone: 116 123 (UK)

Email: jo@samaritans.org

Mind Mental Health Charity

Mind Brighton & Hove

Mind offer a range of advice about mental health for people needing support and for those supporting others. They also provide useful information of services that you can access in the area for more help.

 

Phone:  01273 666950

Email:  info@mindcharity.co.uk

YMCA Downslink group

YMCA Downslink

YMCA downslink offer a range of services such as general advice drop-ins, housing advice and counselling. There website contains links to the different projects they run depending on the support you need.

 

Phone: +44 (0)1273 222550

Email: reed.house@ymcadlg.org

 

Drugs & Alcohol

On Campus Help

BSU Support services:

You can book an appointment to see one of our union support advisers who will offer free, impartial advice and support to you no matter what course or campus you are on. Appointments and contact with the team is always confidential, non-judgemental and friendly.

Email: bsusupport@brighton.ac.uk

Phone: 01273 642876

SSGT’S and counselling (University of Brighton):

The university offers help to students who may need advice or support through Student support guidance counsellors and a counselling service. Initially you may be directed to an SSGT who will try to help with any concerns you have, they can also help you get in touch with the counselling team if you feel this is the best option for you. You can find all the contact information that you may need here if you wish to speak to an SSGT or register for counselling services.

Off campus help

Pavkions Drug & Alcohol Service

Pavilions

Pavilions provide information, advice, and treatment for anyone who needs it around drugs and alcohol.

 

Phone: 01273 731900

Email: referrals@pavilions.org.uk

Talk To Frank

F.R.A.N.K

FRANK provide a wide array of information. Find out everything you need to know about drugs, their effects and the law.

 

Phone:  01273 666950

Email: talktofrank.com/contact