Student Advice Service supports Mental Health Awareness Week
There are lots of activities happening this week in support of Mental Health Awareness, both locally and nationally. Mental health seems to be on everyone’s agenda.
Last year, as part of National Student Money Week, Student Advice promoted a national survey specifically directed at students which looked at the relationship between money and mental health. University of Brighton students took part in this survey and it seems now is a timely opportunity to share the results again: NSMW.SMMH report (FINAL)-12lm2gq
We also produced a helpful booklet, which you can acces here: Student Money and Mental Health Guide
Don’t let your money worries take over, please come and talk to a Student Adviser in confidence at your campus .
We can help you work out a manageable budget, guide you if you need to talk to a creditor, liaise with a private landlord or letting agent and the university operates a hardship fund scheme which runs throughout term time. We also have a scheme to help students in the summer vacation, so please contact us to find out more
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