We want you to remain happy and healthy while you are studying at Glyndwr. If however you find yourself going through a difficult time, feel you need additional support, or just want someone to talk to, the Advice Team can help. We can also signpost you to services within and outside the University.
Did you know that you can access medical advice for minor health problems through your local pharmacist? Minor health problems include: colds, hay fever, conjunctivitis, headache and fever, sore throat, insect bites and stings, thrush, earache, eczema and allergies. Our nearest Pharmacy is Rowlands 43 Rhossddu Road, Wrexham. LL11 2NS.
You can find a local Dentist using the NHS Wales Website here:
You can take yourself or get someone to take you, to the Accident and Emergency department at the Wrexham Maelor hospital. Map here
Samaritans offer confidential emotional support to anyone in crisis 24 hours/all week
(National) 08457 90 90 90
The helpline provided support and information to anyone suffering mental distress as well as to their family and friends. If you are worried, frightened or concerned by your feelings, thoughts or symptoms - then ring or text the helpline.
Call 0800 132 737
Text Help at 81066
Helpline for young men (aged 15-35) who are depressed or suicidal or living in crisis
7 days per week 5pm-3am
0800 58 58 58
The English language phone number for Wrexham Police is 0845 607 1002.
For Welsh language speakers call 0845 607 1001.
Alternatively, you can call the North Wales Police number on 101.
In an emergency always remember to call 999.