Counselling, Advice and Support
Cambridgeshire Mental Health Care - What to do in a Crisis
- Ann Hughes
- 01223 330491
- Drop-In Hours
- Mondays 4.00pm - 5.00pm, Fridays 1.00pm - 2.00pm
- To make an appointment you can sign up by email or on the sheet outside Room 11, 55 St. Andrew's Street (above the computer room).
University Counselling Service
The University Counselling Service offers confidential counselling for all students and sees students fairly quickly. They have loads of useful information and leaflets online, which can be easily accessed. Linkline is also for students to drop in or call during the night.
- 01223 332 865
- 14 Trumpington Street
Free confidential counselling service for students. Useful leaflets available from the offices or on the website.
Linkline is a listening and information service run by students for students. You can call us to talk about anything - we are non judgemental, anonymous and completely confidential. We are open from 7pm until 7am, and will accept drop-ins to our office between 7pm and 11pm. Students can also now call us for FREE from their bedroom on our Cambridge University extension number: 62212.
- 01223 367575, 01223 744444. Every day of full term 7pm - 7am
- 17 St Edward's Passage, just round the corner from the HSBC on Market Square.
01223 521 521, 7-11pm all year round - A Cambridge mental health phoneline. Provides a listening ear, support and information on local and national resources, treatment, patients' rights, self help groups etc.
Free counselling and information service for under 25s, condoms and confidential pregnancy testing.
- 01223 316 488
- 33 Clarendon Street Cambridge
Further information is available on the CUSU website.
There is also information specifically about eating disorders.