MOMENTUM is a programme of weekly activities and events for students who want a non-judgemental space that is just for men, where you can meet up, hang out, talk about how things are going or just simply be.
Supporting male mental health at the University of Bath
MENtion it is a collaborative campaign between Student Support, Student Minds, The SU and the University to offer a range of support to men who are struggling with their mental health. Recognising that there is no “one size fits all” approach when it comes to mental health and wellbeing, we hope that every male student who is looking for support will find something that appeals to them.
When referring to men or male students, this includes any student who identifies as a man or male.
Check out our upcoming events to take part or alternatively if there is a subject you’d like to us to talk about, or that you want to talk about yourself drop us a line here firstname.lastname@example.org
Our next event is Movember.
Samaritans are available day and night, for anyone who’s struggling to cope, who needs someone to listen without judgement or pressure. Every 10 seconds, Samaritans responds to a call for help. You can call any time, for free, on 116 123.
The SU Advice & Support Centre is here to guide and support you with any problems you may have during your time at Bath. Their professional advisors offer confidential, independent and non- judgemental information, advice and support.
MIND provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. Bath MIND work at the heart of the community in Bath & North East Somerset, offering mental health and wellbeing support with local, life-changing services for all.
CALM exists to reduce male suicide, and does this by “provoking conversation, running life-saving services, and bringing people together so they reject living miserably, get help when they need it and don’t die by suicide”.
Suicidal thoughts may range from wishing you weren’t here anymore or thinking others would be better off without you, to making plans to end your life. These thoughts can be scary, overwhelming, and feel hard to talk about – but you are not alone. Please don’t keep suicidal feelings to yourself.
Tell someone you trust – this could be a friend, family member, a professional you know or a support service. For support please see our Suicide awareness and prevention.
If you are feeling lonely or isolated at University, check out our weekly Social Networking Group.
If you have a mental health condition that has a long term effect on your day to day life, which is in itself a disability or if you think you might have other disabilities, our Disability Service are happy to talk over any questions you have or and can offer all kinds of support (even if you don’t know quite what you do need. Drop them a line and see what is available).
If you want to discuss any difficulties you are experiencing with your finances, please talk to Student Money Advice.
If you are looking for support following a bereavement, you can find loads of options on our website, regardless of when that bereavement happened Bereavement support at Bath.
If you identify as LGBTQ+ and are looking for support, you can find out what is available to you at the University and within the wider Bath community, including LGBTQ+ friendly counselling. Visit LGBTQ+ student support at Bath.
The University of Bath, in partnership with the Bristol charity Nilaari, offers free Culturally sensitive counselling from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic-led therapy service.
Our Be Well App provides you with the tools to start building healthy, positive habits into your life, and help you manage your wellbeing in easy, manageable steps.