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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.

University and College support

External support

  • 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: report any form of hate crime or hate incident in Cambridgeshire
  • 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