Student Support Services at Liverpool Hope University take account of every aspect of your health whilst you are studying with us.
If you feel poorly and need to see a doctor, are worried about particular aspects of your health (for example sexual health, mental health) or if you need information about any aspect of your health and wellbeing, the staff in Student Development and Wellbeing are able to help you. Our administrators are trained to ask simple additional questions to help you access the Service / Services that will best support you.
In this section you will also find information and contact details for organisations you can get in touch with if you are worried about, or would like more information on health related issues such as drugs, alcohol, smoking, mental and sexual health.
We work as an integrated team and aim to provide a person-centred approach in which our confidential and caring response to your needs keeps you at the centre of any planning and decision making. As well as providing support for you when things might be going wrong, we prioritise supporting the maintenance and development of your general health and wellbeing. To this end you will find that we lead on activities across the whole University such as seminars, workshops and other group activities as well as taking part in wider community events. We work in partnership with the SU and aim to engage students in consultation on a regular basis.
If you have any ideas about how we can improve our Services or for activities, events or training that you would like us to offer, please contact John Ryan, Head of Student Development and Wellbeing.