The UK’s leading digital mental health platform, Kooth has developed an online tool for UK university students seeking mental health support for themselves or friends.
By clicking on explore.kooth.com/uni and searching for their university or home postcode, students can discover if Kooth or other online NHS-commissioned mental health services are available, and easily accessible to them while they are at university or at home.
This invaluable resource for both all students is part of an access and awareness campaign from Kooth called ‘What’s on Your Mind?’ Its aim is to ensure that all students have the mental health support they need, whenever and how they need it. The campaign is being supported by UCAS and Universities UK (UUK).
Kooth is a free, anonymous digital mental health platform commissioned across 90 per cent of NHS England. In south east London, students have immediate access to its mental health services and support – 24/7, 365 days a year – by simply using a computer, smartphone or tablet. What’s more, there’s no need for a referral or any waiting lists – which helps students to access the support and guidance, whenever and however they need it.
If you are a UK university student interested in this support, or would just like to find out more, then please follow this link now: Digital Mental Health Care - Kooth plc