Support and other agencies

General health

General health

Mental health and wellbeing

Student support and Wellbeing

(including counselling services)
01865 484650
wellbeing-recpt@brookes.ac.uk

Oxfordshire Mind

Information line: 01865 247788

TalkingSpace Plus

TalkingSpace Plus is a service offering talking therapy in Oxfordshire. You can refer yourself to TalkingSpace Plus directly. Please click on the ‘self-refer’ link on the contact us page on the website or simply call 01865 901222. You will speak directly to an administrator who will take your referral and book a telephone appointment.

Samaritans

Free 24-hour emotional support to anyone who is suicidal or despairing.
01865 484650

Nightline

Listening, support and information service run for students, by students, 8pm to 8am.
01865 270270

Skype: oxfordnightline

Mental health and wellbeing

Equal opportunities

Inclusive Support Service

The Inclusive Support Service at Oxford Brookes provides advice and support for disabled students. This includes specific learning difficulties such as:

  • dyslexia
  • dyspraxia/DCD
  • attention deficit disorder and dyscalculia
  • autistic spectrum conditions
  • long-term physical
  • mental health conditions.

British Dyslexia Association

0118 966 8271

Equal Opportunities Commission

Advice for anyone who feels they have been unfairly treated
EOC Contact form

Equal opportunities

University services

Brookes Union Advice Service

01865 484770
su.advice@brookes.ac.uk

University Counselling Service

Provide advice and support on stress or anxiety and offer various counselling services and self help resources.
01865 484650
wellbeing-recpt@brookes.ac.uk

Student Central

Offer a range of support including programme advice, assistance with PIP and handling of student complaints or appeals.
01865 483455
studentcentral@brookes.ac.uk

Student Support Coordinators

Your faculty will have SSC’s who can provide help and advice during your time at university. 

Library

Subject specific staff are available to help you.

Chaplaincy

The Multifaith Chaplaincy work with students and staff, UK and international, people from any faith tradition, or no faith at all. Prayer and quiet rooms are available, and they can offer a sympathetic ear.
01865 484 690
chaplaincy@brookes.ac.uk

University services

Crime and drugs

Crimestoppers

An independent charity that gives people the power to speak up and stop crime, 100% anonymously.

Frank: Talk to Frank about drugs

Information and advice about drugs.

Crime and drugs