Letting us know you need help is perfectly normal and we believe all of our team should be able to talk freely about their mental health and wellbeing. 

If you’re worried about your mental health and wellbeing there are a number of things you can do: 
  1. Talk
  2. Report
  3. Get support

If there’s a friend, family member or colleague that you can trust, talking things through with them can sometimes help.

If you are a student, you can reach out to the Welfare Service https://www.law.ac.uk/students/support/ or contact the counselling service https://www.law.ac.uk/students/support/counselling/

If you are a member of staff, please contact your Line Manager, reach out to one of our Mental Health First Aiders, access our Employee Assistance Programme (CareFirst) or Mindful Employer Plus or contact your local HR Business Partner for further signposting.

If you are in immediate danger or seriously injured, you can call 999 (or 112 from a mobile). 

You can make an anonymous disclosure which will allow us to investigate mental wellbeing concerns.

Get support
You can access support by talking to a Welfare Advisor https://www.law.ac.uk/students/support/ or staff can talk to their Line Manager, or one of our Mental Health First Aiders, access our EAP system (CareFirst) or Mindful Employer Plus or contact their local HR Business Partner.  

A list of Mental Health First Aiders and information about CareFirst and Mindful Employer Plus can be found on the Human Resources and Learning & Development page on the  intranet under Wellbeing and Mental Health. https://ulaw365.sharepoint.com/sites/Intranet/Departments/HR/Pages/Wellbeing-and-Mental-Health.aspx . 

Alternatively, you can access our Wellbeing App available from the App Store and Google Play. 

There are two ways you can tell us what happened