Emergency, health and crisis support

It is important to deal with serious problems as soon as they occur. Here is who to contact for immediate help.

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Medical emergencies

Call 999 for an ambulance or go to your nearest accident and emergency (A&E) department.

More information on local healthcare.

GP/Health services

Mental health crisis

If you feel worried about the thoughts / feelings / behaviour you are experiencing, feel suicidal and worry that you can no longer keep yourself safe please seek support immediately.

Suicidal feelings

If you are feeling suicidal, there are people you can talk to who want to help:

  • Speak to a friend, family member or someone you trust as they may be able to help you calm down and find some breathing space
  • Call the Samaritans 24-hour support service on 116 123
  • Dial 999, or ask a friend or family member to do this for you, to go to your nearest accident and emergency (A&E) department
  • Contact NHS 111
  • Make an urgent appointment to speak with your GP

Fear for your safety

Call 999 and ask for the police.

Goldsmiths Campus Security is in operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week for your protection. If you are on campus or in university accommodation call 020 7919 7105

Goldsmiths Campus Support Officers (CSOs) are available by phone out of normal working hours.

On campus

Find the nearest security officer or call 020 7919 7105.

Goldsmiths Campus Support Officers are available by phone out of normal working hours.

In university accommodation

Find the nearest security officer or call 020 7919 7105.

Goldsmiths Campus Support Officers (CSOs) are available by phone out of normal working hours.

Sexual violence

Goldsmiths Report and Support website can be used to tell us if you have experienced sexual violence at Goldsmiths.

It also lists where you can get support if you have been sexually assaulted.