Lifestyle

Need to talk?

By BzSarah 27 Aug 2014

London is one of the most popular and diverse cities in the world with a lot to offer. However, if you are moving away from home for the first time, this can seem a little overwhelming.

There is plenty of support on hand if you come into any kind of trouble emotionally or physically, here's some useful contacts you may need to know during your time at UCL:

Wellbeing and Advice

UCLU Rights and Advice Centre
First floor, Bloomsbury Building, 15 Gordon Street
Tel: 020 7679 2998
Email: uclu-rights.advice@ucl.ac.uk

Ruth Siddall, Academic support, harassment and 
bullying on campus
Tel: 0207 679 2758
Email: studentmediator@ucl.ac.uk

Crime and off-campus harassment
Police (non-emergency)

020 7404 1212 or 101

Lukmaan Kolia, Education &
Campaigns Officer, UCLU
Tel: 020 7679 7893
Email: eco@ucl.org

Leah Francis, Welfare & International
Officer, UCLU
Tel: 020 7679 7931
Email: wio@uclu.org

Annie Tidbury, Women’s Officer, UCLU
Tel: 020 7679 7930
Email: wo@uclu.org

Health

Mortimer Market Centre (NHS sexual
health Clinic and rapid HIV testing)
Mortimer Market, Off Tottenham Court
Road, London
WC1E 6JB
Tel: 020 3317 5100

Sexual Health Line (24 hours)
Tel: 0800 567 123

Margaret Pyke Centre (family planning
clinic - women)

73 Charlotte St
W1T 4PL
Tel: 020 3317 3737

FRANK: National Drugs Helpline (24
hours)

Tel: 0800 77 66 00

NHS Smoking Helpline
Tel: 0800 022 4332

Drinkline (24 hours, alcohol advice)
Tel: 0800 917 8282


Click here for more general contact details on campus including accommodation, vocational and student support services.

BzSarah is part of the browzer.co.uk team and plays the saxophone.
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