It’s Nightline Awareness week, and every day next week Nightline will be in the iZone in University Place to raise awareness of what they do. They’ll also be running a few activities to help you with your emotional wellbeing, alongside promoting the When Will You Ask campaign relating to Mental Health awareness. Here’s a quick fact-file about who they are and what they do.
- Nightline is a free, confidential and anonymous listening service by phone and e-mail to students outside of the hours normally covered by University-run welfare and advice services.
- The phones are answered are trained student volunteers, so they’ll understand any problems you’re going through. They won’t judge you or tell you what to do, they’ll just listen and help you to make any decisions for yourself.
- There are 36 Nightlines in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
- Each service is specific to an institution or small group of universities – Manchester’s is run jointly by students from MMU and Salford as well as the University of Manchester.