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If you feel you are at urgent risk or in need of urgent support, you should call the following emergency numbers:

If you are on campus: 0115 951 8888
If you are off campus: 999

If you have experienced sexual violence and need urgent support but do not want to report what has happened to the police, please call the Topaz Centre (Sexual Assault Referral Centre) on  0800 085 9993.

If you have any feedback on the website or want to talk to us, please click the 'talk to us' button at the top of the page.

University support 

University Security service continues to provide a 24 hour presence on all campuses. They are a point of contact and support for students who are feeling at risk wherever that student is living. You can contact Security Control at any time, however if it is urgent, please use the emergency number. 
 
The Support and Wellbeing Officers can provide guidance, help and advice if you're experiencing difficulties and help identify other services that you may need to contact.
 
If you are living off campus you may benefit from support from the Off Campus Affairs Team.
 
 University Counselling Service offers free confidential support to students and staff.  
 
 Chaplaincy and Faith Support for students and staff of any faith or none. A quiet word in a confidential space can be arranged at short notice.       

Students' Union Advice can help students with information, advice and representation around all aspects of student welfare and education.

Nightline is a student ran service providing confidential listening and information.

Specialist support 

Your GP/family doctor can support you if you are experiencing domestic abuse and domestic violence. 

Equation work primarily in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire and is a specialist charity with expertise to work with the whole community to reduce the impact of domestic abuse, sexual violence and gender inequality.  
 
Juno Women's Aid is the largest domestic abuse organisation in Nottingham and one of the largest in the UK. They work with women, children, and teens who have been affected by domestic abuse. They run a wide range of services including the 24-hour Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Freephone Domestic and Sexual Violence Helpline. This is where you can speak to one of their specialist trained female support workers 365 days a year. 

Nottinghamshire Sexual Violence Support Services offers support to anyone aged 13 and over, who have experienced any form of sexual violence, recently or in the past.
 
East Midlands Children and Young People's Sexual Assault Service offer support to children and young people aged 17 and under. 

Incest and Sexual Abuse Survivors (ISAS) is a helpline and offers counselling to male and female survivors of rape and childhood abuse. 

 Women’s Aid offer language line/type talk and text phone service for women who have experienced domestic abuse. 

Refuge supports women,children & men experiencing domestic violence with a range of services. 

Broxtowe Women's project support people in Broxtowe experiencing domestic violence.
 
Galop has provided advice, support, research and lobbying around the issues of LGBT+ policing for over 30 years. 


For a comprehensive list of available support go to NHS webpage and Equation
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