If you have been negatively impacted by the behaviour of others before or during your time at University then consider accessing support. Support is non-judgemental and is available to help you if you need it, no matter the circumstances.
Support available within the University and College
- College Support, you can see your College Tutor, Senior Tutor, College Nurse, College Chaplain or another member of the College welfare team (your College will have details of the relevant people on its website).
- The University’s Sexual Assault and Harassment Advisor, for those who have been subjected to any form of sexual misconduct, before or during University
- The University Counselling Service
- The Student Advice Service, a team of professional advisors within Cambridge Students’ Union
Support available from local or national external support services
- The Samaritans - general support line for anyone to talk to at any time
- Cambridge Rape Crisis - Cambridge support service for women and girls who have experienced rape and sexual violence
- The Elms SARC - the regional Sexual Assault Referral Centre
- Survivors UK - national organisation focusing on male rape and sexual abuse
- Women’s Aid - Cambridge support service for women who have been subjected to intimate partner violence
- ManKind - national organisation providing support to men who have been subjected to intimate partner violence
- Galop - national organisation providing support for all LGBT+ people who've experienced hate crime, domestic abuse or sexual violence
- Paladin - national stalking advocacy service – supporting anyone who has been subjected to harassment and stalking
- Equality Advisory Support Service: Do you need advice
- Stop Hate UK: Hate Crime Campaign Materials
- Disability Rights UK: Let's Stop Disability Hate Crime
- TellMAMA (Measuring Anti-Muslim attacks): Resources to counter Islamaphobia
- Stonewall (campaigning for lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality): Hate crime information
- Mind in Cambridgeshire - support for better mental health and lifeline help for emotional or mental health crisis.
- CPFT Psychological Wellbeing Service - service enabling access (including self-referral) to NHS psychological services or talking therapies in Cambridgeshire