Welfare resources

UK National Welfare Services
 

The wellbeing of healthcare students and professionals is hugely important. The services referenced below are unaffiliated, but individuals may find them to be helpful resources with relevant information for various aspects which may affect wellbeing.

If you have health needs, then we encourage you to access your GP or call NHS 111 for personal advice.

 

Bullying

 

Helpline - 0808 800 2222

Family Lives Head Office - 020 7553 3080

 


TUC

 

Trade Union Congress - 020 7636 4030

Family Lives Head Office - 020 7553 3080

Listening services

 

0845 790 9090

Contact a Samaritan - 116 123

0330 123 1245

Suicide prevention

 

Hopeline - 0800 068 4141

Domestic violence

 

0808 200 0247

Drug and alcohol help, advice and guidance

 

0300 123 6600

Text - 82111

 

Franky national helpline - 0800 776600

 

0845 769 7555

National Hotline - 0800 9177 650

Email General Services - gso@alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

Email Hotline - help@aamail.org

For Drug related crime - 0800 555111

Eating disorders help, advice and guidance

 

Helpline - 0808 801 0677

Youthline - 0808 801 0711

Careers and employment

 

0800 100 900

Monday-Friday 9am - 5:30pm - 0345 606 0665

Money-debt management

 

0300 500 5000

0124 466 5700

General advice and guidance

 

Adviceline - 0344 411 1444

Text relay - 0344 411 1445

Benefits

 

0800 882200

0845 712 3456

0345 300 3900

0800 678 1602

Adviceline - 0344 411 1444

Text relay - 0344 411 1445

Pension services information

Telephone - 0800 731 0469

Textphone - 0800 731 0464

Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
Born after 8th April 1948 

Telephone - 0800 121 4600

Textphone - 0800 121 4523

Disability Service Centre Personal Independence Payment (PIP)  

Telephone - 0800 121 4433

Textphone - 0800 121 4493

Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
Born on or before 8th April 1948 

Telephone - 0800 731 0122

Textphone - 0800 731 0317

Attendance Allowance (AA)

Telephone - 0800 731 0122

Textphone - 0800 731 0317