6th January 2023
This week our Wellbeing and Welfare Team are launching a valuable new service for our University Centre students. ‘HE Student Help’ will provide an innovative Social Prescribing approach that connects students with non-clinical support both inside and outside the College. The service aims to develop preventative strategies and improve mental health outcomes for students at our University Centre, helping them to successfully engage in their studies and careers.
What is HE Student Help?
HE Student Help is a free and confidential service to help students improve their health and wellbeing. The service will allow the College to support students in referrals to services such as: finance, NHS, community groups, support groups, mental health support, housing.
Who is it for?
The service is for HE students and can support any students who:
What can students expect?
An advisor from the College will introduce themselves and offer an appointment. The student’s first appointment will be one hour long and entail the advisor listening to their needs. The advisor will then offer suggestions on appropriate support based on what matters to the student.
How can students access support?
HE students can access support by self-referring to HEhelp@liv-coll.ac.uk or completing a Microsoft Form found on the College’s student intranet site.
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