Jami is the Jewish community’s mental health service and for over 30 years has been providing practical and emotional support for the mental health needs of the community, delivering services that enable independence and build resilience, through community hubs and outreach, education and training and bespoke recovery support plans.

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Statistics show that in any one year 25% of us experience a diagnosable mental health problem. Jami supports anyone affected by a mental health problem, those with mental illness and their family and friends, enabling people to lead meaningful lives despite severe mental ill health.

Click on these downloadable resources for information on Wellbeing and Where to get help

Where to go for help

Helplines

 

Kooth – Free, safe and

anonymous online counselling

and support for students

Visit www.Jami.Kooth.com

 

Papyrus – Helpline for young

people under 35

Call 0800 068 4141

Text 07860 039 967

Email pat@papyrus-uk.org

 

The Mix – Support for under 25

Call 0808 808 4994

 

Samaritans – 24/7 support

Call 116 123

Email jo@samaritans.org

 

Nightline – run by students

for students. Find your local

nightline at www.nightline.ac.uk

 

CALM - Campaign Against

Living Miserably for men

Nationwide 0800 58 58 58

Web chat www.thecalmzone.

net/help/webchat

Get connected on campus

Jewish Society (J-Soc)

The main focus of Jewish life

on campus. Find out more at

www.ujs.org.uk/j-socs

University Jewish Chaplaincy

Supporting Jewish students

from all backgrounds and

affiliations on campus.

Find out more at

www.mychaplaincy.co.uk

University Student

Wellbeing services

 

Check out your university’s

Wellbeing Counselling Services

 

Shout - Free confidential

support 24/7 via text

Text Jami to 85258

Register with your GP

It is important you look after

your health at university.

 

Find out how to sign up at

www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthybody/

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Suicide safety

Seek immediate help – dial

999, visit A&E.

 

Involve other people – ask the

person who you can contact to help them keep safe.

 

REMEMBER – confidentiality

does not apply to suicide.

Want to make a difference?

Help Jami raise awareness of

mental health on your campus

by hosting Mental Health First

Aid courses and connect with

our campaigns.

Online Resources

Big White Wall

www.bigwhitewall.com

An online community of people

who support each other through

difficult times

 

CBT Online

www.moodgym.anu.edu.au

Side by Side  

sidebyside.mind.org.uk

A safe place where you can get support from others who can relate to mental health difficulties.

 

Headspace Mindfulness App

www.headspace.com

Useful resources to download

  • Keep handy helpline information

 

  • Tips on wellbeing

 

  • Posters for your room