We would like to make you aware of the current courses/programmes which are being delivered online by MIND. These are available to all students. Please find further details below.
We have specialist advisers dedicated to supporting students with autistic spectrum conditions and/or mental health conditions. You'll find the advisers in the Student Life building, please ask at reception. Please see information in ‘Appointments’ about how to seek advice about your mental health or register with Disability Services if you wish to access support through a Student Support Plan.
We can offer a confidential service which includes:
If during your time here at Teesside you feel that your mental health is having a significant impact on you, if you feel that you are in crisis, have self-harmed, or feel that you are unable to keep yourself safe, we are able to offer advice. If you feel that you need immediate help, please contact us using the contact details below or by visit the Student Life building reception.
If you would like some self-help information or out of hours support, please click the link below.
Your feedback is key to ensuring we provide the most effective and efficient support for every student. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any feedback of good service or suggestions of how we can improve
Should you wish to make a complaint you can do so by contacting the Disability Services Manager. All complaints are dealt with in a professional and non-confrontational manner.