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Alcohol & Drug Chat.

NUSU Welfare & Support Centre.

Book in to chat with a Public Health Practitioner 

At the Welfare & Support Centre (Ground floor of the Students' Union) we welcome students to drop in to chat, get information for local services, as well to receive a range of resources to help support their wellbeing. One of the services offered is a Drug and Alcohol chat. 

NUSU has partnered with the Newcastle Public Health team to offer a confidential space for students to chat and get support on drug or alcohol use. This is a free, non-judgemental service open to all Newcastle students. Book a slot to talk through any worries or concerns you may have and to get information on additional services in the city if that would be helpful.

The appointment although booked through NUSU, is confidential between you and the Public Health Practitioner.

To book a place, message Kay here

University services

You can also access services with University Student Health and Wellbeing (SHWS). SHWS provides free, confidential support to any student concerned about their own drug use or the drug use of other students. 

Weekly drop in session with NTaR (Newcastle Treatment and Recovery Service) 

SHWS  have also provided a space for a weekly drop in session with NTaR. If you have concerns or questions around drugs and alcohol, need information and advice on reducing harm or looking for help and support with reducing or quitting you can drop in every Wednesday from 5pm-7pm. 

Location - Kings Gate, Level 2