Student Wellbeing, Learning and Welfare Support – University of Hull

Student mental health and wellbeing

University life can sometimes be challenging, and the Mental Health and Wellbeing team are available to provide advice, guidance and interventions if your wellbeing or mental health is preventing you from getting the best from your student experience.

They aim to help you develop your confidence and independence in managing the challenges you face during your student journey. They work with students who experience mental health and wellbeing difficulties, feel overwhelmed, unsafe or have suicidal thoughts, have been a victim of sexual or domestic abuse or who have substance misuse issues.
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Student Assistance Programme (SAP)
SAP is a 24-hour helpline delivered in partnership with Health Assured which is available to help you with anything that’s impacting on your mental health and wellbeing. You might be feeling stressed about exams, experiencing a bereavement, feeling anxious, homesick or lonely.

You can call SAP, for free, at any time of day or night and speak to a trained and compassionate counsellor. You can also download the My Healthy Advantage app so you have access to help and support in your pocket! (use unique code to register MHA 148306)

To get support whenever or wherever you need it just call 0800 028 3766
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How to access the team

Referral Form You can complete the Self-Referral Form this helps to provide an overview of your current situation. Once your form as been reviewed, you will be contacted by phone or you will receive a message in your MyHull Portal.
Call 01482 462222
Enquiry Existing students can raise an enquiry in MyHull Portal
Visit First floor, Student Central

Open weekdays 09:00 to 5:00pm