Our Information and Advice Service offers free, impartial advice on everything from housing to mental health and is also a third-party Hate Crime Reporting Centre.
The University also has a support service that you can access if you’re in need of support or guidance during your time at NTU.
Need someone to talk to but want to do it anonymously? Get in touch with Nottinghamshire’s LGBT+ Network.
Volunteers are available for phone calls online Monday – Friday, 7pm - 9:15pm
Support is available:
The Nottingham Centre for Transgender Health is an NHS clinic for people who need advice or support with their gender.
If you’re looking for more information about trans friendly organisations, safer spaces for trans people or events and resources for the trans community, get in touch with the Notts Trans Hub.
The LGBT+ Service in Nottinghamshire offers a range of specialist services for young people aged 11-25 who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans (LGBT+) or may be questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity.
A social group for bisexuals and allies looking to connect. They meet regularly on 2nd Thursday of the month.
A social group for LGBTQIA+ people of colour in Nottingham and surrounding areas. The group meet monthly on the last Wednesday of the month in the city centre
Mermaids work to raise awareness about gender non-conformity in children and young people amongst professionals and the public. They campaign for the recognition of gender dysphoria in young people and lobby for improvements in professional services.
A trans-led, confidential and independent telephone service for trans and gender questioning people.
You can contact Samaritans 24 hours a day, 365 days a year if you’re in need of a safe place to talk. The number is free to call.
Text 85258 and be connected with a Crisis Counsellor, a real-life human, trained to bring texters from a hot moment to a cool calm through active listening and collaborative problem solving.