Students Against Depression is a website offering advice, information, guidance and resources to those affected by low mood, depression and suicidal thinking. Alongside clinically-validated information and resources it presents the experiences, strategies and advice of students themselves – after all, who are better placed to speak to their peers about how depression can be overcome.
University is a time of many changes and challenges for a lot of people. Being able to talk to a peer – someone who understands what you’re going through at your university and can empathise – can, and does, make a difference. Students can anonymously and confidentially talk to Nightline volunteers about anything they like without being judged or told what to do. No matter what the problem is, Nightline’s there to listen.
All Nightlines are run by trained student volunteers to provide an emotional support, but many Nightlines also offer information and/or sexual health supplies. Operating in the night when many other university services are closed, Nightline aims to be a source of support for students who might not otherwise have someone to talk to. With no restrictions on what they can talk about and no need to share any personal details, Nightline truly is a safe space for students to turn to
Want to talk? Click the Nightline logo above to find your nearest nightline - don't think about it......click it and make the call NOW.