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If someone is in danger or a crime is being committed, phone 999 to contact police, ambulance or fire services.
If you are on or around campus and need immediate assistance, please contact Brookes Security Services on 01865 483060.
If emergency services have been called to Brookes premises, contact Security Services on 01865 483060 and explain your location so that they can direct the emergency crew when they arrive.
Tel: 111 - they will contact a duty doctor if you need one.
Someone to listen 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Tel: 116 123 (Freephone)
Safe space and support for those in a mental health crisis.
Tel: 01865 903037 / 07710 092849
SARCs provide dedicated support to victims of rape or sexual assault, including providing a confidential space for interviews, examinations and collecting evidence. Some may also offer counselling services.
See our sexual assault and rape page for contact details.
Free and confidential helpline for anyone who needs to talk through life's problems.
Open 5.00pm - 12.00 midnight.
Tel: 0800 585858
Confidential support and advice to young people struggling with thoughts of suicide.
Tel: 0800 0684141
Anxious? Worried? Stressed?
24/7 text service. Shout aim to respond to every texter in under 5 minutes.
Text Shout to 85258.
Listening, support and information service run by students for students in Oxford. Closed until 19 January. Check the website for opening times.
Tel: 01865 270 270
If you are not registered with a doctor, you can register with the Brookes Medical Centre.
Tel: 01865 483193
Oxford Nightline is an independent listening, support and information service run by students for students. You can phone the Oxford branch or visit them at 16 Wellington Square. They operate 8.00pm to 8.00am during Oxford University term times and a week either side – see the website for dates. You can ring about problems, or just to talk. They can provide local information such as night bus times and contact details for clinics.
Tel: 01865 270270
Also see: National Nightline
Student Minds offer peer-to-peer help, that is support for students from students. In particular, Student Minds runs support groups for those with eating disorders and low mood. Groups run by Student Minds are held Oxford Brookes University. To see the programme click here Student Minds Programme or email firstname.lastname@example.org