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In response to Government advice relating to the Covid 19 pandemic we have moved all our support services to video-call, telephone appointments and email guidance. You are still able to access confidential advice and support through these platforms and an Adviser will work with you to deliver this in the most accessible way for you. 
 
We know that the current situation is having a serious impact on anyone facing relationship violence and abuse. If you feel unsafe with the person/people you are living with, please see this safety advice from Women's Aid

If you think you or someone you know has been discriminated against there is a variety of support options available to both students and staff.  

For Students

Student Counselling and Mental Wellbeing  - the team offer a range of support and advice for students who are experiencing stress, anxiety or other mental health issues.

Student Disability Inclusion service – the team can provide advice, guidance, and support to students about a range of practical adjustments to your work or studies and can direct you to sources of support if you feel that you have been discriminated against.

Your School. Students can talk to their Personal Development Tutor.

Edinburgh Napier Students’ Association (ENSA) ENSA employs a team of professional advisers to provide one-to-one advice to Edinburgh Napier University students. It’s a free and comprehensive welfare rights and education service. They can offer information, support and advice with signposting and referral to more specialist services.

Residence Life team.  If you are a student in our accommodation, all of the residences have a team of Student Accommodation Officers and Resident Assistants (RLA’s) living in-house. This team can be an important source of guidance and support for students.

For staff

Human Resource Contacts. If you are a member of staff your HR partner will be able to identify the support that’s available for you.

Trade Unions. There are two trade unions that represent staff at the University: Unison and the EIS.

Workplace Options.  Workplace Options is the University's Employee Assistance Programme Provider and they provide a free, confidential and independent resource to help employees balance their work, family and personal lives.  This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year by phone, e-mail or online and provides information, resources and counselling.

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