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Men­tal Health Services

Com­ing to col­lege should be an excit­ing oppor­tu­ni­ty to make new friends and learn new things.

Some­times though, it can be hard to set­tle in, and you might be feel­ing lone­ly or iso­lat­ed. It may be that you are enjoy­ing col­lege but some­thing else is hap­pen­ing in your life that is bring­ing you down.

The effects of the Covid pan­dem­ic on the men­tal health of all peo­ple, but par­tic­u­lar­ly young peo­ple, is start­ing to come into focus. Here at Not­ting­ham Col­lege we are very focussed on sup­port­ing all stu­dents with their men­tal health. 

We have a num­ber of des­ig­nat­ed men­tal health first aiders and our team of achieve­ment coach­es and learn­ing sup­port coach­es help stu­dents through a com­plex range of men­tal health needs. 

Addi­tion­al­ly we work with a num­ber of exter­nal organ­i­sa­tions to offer stu­dents tai­lored sup­port. These include: 

  • Kooth
  • Time to Change 
  • YMCA
  • NSPCC
  • Child­line
  • Mind
  • The Mix
  • Samar­i­tans
  • BBC Radio 1