Our Mental Health Practitioners offer a free, confidential and non-judgemental listening and advice service online and on campus. If you have experienced domestic abuse or are worried about someone who may be experiencing abuse, you can contact the team for an appointment.
Details of how to book appointments are on our website, or students can access the team by completing our screener.
As well as offering direct support and signposting to additional help, a Mental Health Practitioner can liaise with academic areas about any academic concerns you have, to ensure that support is in place from all areas of the University.
DAP support anyone who is, or has been, in a domestically abusive relationship. The team consists of specialist practitioners who all have extensive knowledge and understanding of domestic abuse. They provide emotional support, housing advice, legal and safety planning, plus much more. They work closely with the University of Hull to ensure that our students are safe and supported.
Telephone number: 01482 318759
Hull DAP Male Victim Support service: 01482 613978
Click here for the DAP website.
Hull Women’s Aid support women and children who are experiencing/fleeing domestic abuse, by providing safe accommodation, telephone and direct advice and individual support to any woman who requests it. They are able to have appointments with students on campus at any time, should you prefer this to meeting them elsewhere.
Telephone number: 01482 446099
Helpline: 0800 048 9944
Click here to send an email to Women's Aid.
Click here to access the Women's Aid website.
A free app and website to support those affected by domestic abuse, their friends and family, as well as practitioners and employers. Bright Sky has a UK-wide directory of specialist domestic abuse services, alongside questionnaires to assess the safety of a relationship, resources and information on Domestic Abuse topics.
Click here for the Bright Sky website.