If you are concerned about your physical or mental health and feel you are at risk, you need to make an urgent appointment with your doctor or go to the nearest Accident & Emergency Department at your local hospital.
If you have not yet registered with a doctor, call NHS 111.
Please note the helplines given below are not necessarily available 24/7.
HIV and sexual health
Support and advice on a variety of issues.
Helping those affected directly or indirectly by an eating disorder.
Free support and practical help to anyone in Bedfordshire and Luton who has experienced sexual violence and/or sexual abuse.
Information on drugs.
Emotional support and counselling to women and girls, men and boys, over 10 years old who have suffered rape and sexual violence.
Advice, support and information services to lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities.
Support for Male Victims of Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence.
Mental Health Support.
Supporting mental health across Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes.
24-hour health advice and referral.
Support for under 35s with suicidal thoughts.
Drug and alcohol advice, treatment and support to adults whose lives are affected; support can include the whole family.
Help with relationship issues.
Free, friendly support for young people aged 25 and under, about drugs and alcohol.
National advice service for people with severe mental illness.
24-hour Listening Service.
24/7 text service, free on all major mobile networks, for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere.
Student mental health.
Free, confidential talking therapies and specialist support for common mental health problems.
Supporting your physical and mental health.
For women suffering domestic violence.
At Milton Keynes campus you can book an appointment via the main reception desk.
For students at other sites, we are available via SiD or email.
You can email a team directly for more information or if you would like to book an appointment.