If you have any specific issues you would like to discuss in confidence prior to starting college, you can contact the Student Wellbeing Team or the College Chaplain on 01270 613197.
Current students can access the BeWell site for more information and support on mental health and wellbeing.
Reaseheath College has a Chaplain on campus who is based in the Wellbeing Centre (situated within the Centrepoint Building). He is happy to hold discussions on any aspect of faith or morality and is available to all students with any faith or none. A weekly faith group is available to all who want to meet others who share their faith or hold different faith values to themselves. The Chaplain supports many Reaseheath College functions and is happy to offer advice or general support whenever needed. A prayer room is available in Centrepoint for use at any time. You can contact the Chaplain (Drew Walker), who is available Monday – Thursday 8.30am-5pm, on 01270 613197 or email email@example.com.
College Counselling Service
The College Counselling Service can help with specific problems on a regular basis if you need support. Counselling provides a relaxed setting where you can talk freely in a way that is rarely possible with friends or tutors. The Student Wellbeing Service can also put you in touch with outside agencies if necessary.
How and when to find us
- We’re based on the 1st Floor of the Centrepoint Building. This location is fully accessible
- Mon – Fri 8am – 6pm
- Wellbeing drop-in sessions Tues, Weds & Thurs – 10.30am – 2.30pm
For urgent support
For urgent medical support:
In an emergency, always telephone 999. Here are some other additional resources for support:
- Your own GP
- Kiltearn Medical Centre, Nantwich
- NHS 111 Service on 111 – the service offers health advice 24 hours a day, seven days a week
For urgent emotional support:
The Wellbeing Service is a confidential service. The Wellbeing Team do not communicate with tutors or other members of staff without your expressed consent. The only exception would be if the staff considered a student posed a serious danger to him/herself or others, in such cases the member of the Wellbeing Team would usually inform you that they needed to breach the confidentiality contract.