The JCR is currently working on a comprehensive guide of who to contact in different instances. In the meantime, there are several contacts below, and we recommend consulting the following Queens’ web-pages:
Your tutor may be your first port of call if you aren’t sure who to contact and their contact details can be found on CAMSIS.
Ms Anna Reali – Welfare Adviser/Counsellor
Mrs Emily Farrar – Welfare Adviser/Mental Health Nurse
College Nurse: 01223335578
Mon-Fri 8.30 – 11am & 3-4.30pm
Medical advice and confidential welfare support. The nurse also has details about who to contact to get more information about various other issues.
The Reverend Tim Harling – Head of Welfare
The Reverend Max Bayliss
JCR Welfare Officers:
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org (the last of these will reach both welfare officers)
Queens’ Porters: 01223335511
Available 24 hours a day
They will contact the college nurse, tutor or an ambulance if necessary. If you have an injury, you can also get ice-packs from them.
Addenbrooke’s Hospital: 01223245151
University Counselling Service: 01223332865
Free counselling for all Cambridge students
Urgent Care Cambridgeshire 03301239131
Police Station: 08454564564
Clinic 1A, Addenbrooke’s: 01223217774
Sexual Health advice, STI/HIV tests and emergency contraception
Family Planning Clinic: 01223533320
Emergency contraception, sexual health advice, free contraception
Cambridge DHIVERSE: 01223508805
Cambridge Victim Support: 01223329000
Citizens Advice Bureau: 08701264010
CRUSE: 01223302662 or 08088081677
Bridge Project: 01223214614
Drugs advice and drop-in sessions
Help to quit smoking
NHS Direct: 08454647
Rape Crisis Centre: 01223245888
Wed 7pm – 10pm, Sat 11am – 2pm
The Samaritans: 08457909090
CUSU Welfare support: (3)33179 Dial the first 3 if you are calling from a non-University phone. Free from University extensions.
Saturdays and Sundays during Full Term from 3pm to 5pm. Recorded information at all other times.
Non-judgemental, confidential information and support from fully-trained male and female volunteers, on pregnancy, sexual health, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections, being a student parent, childcare, abortion, adoption, contraception and emergency contraception.
CUSU LBGT: 07758 727771
You can call this number to contact the Welfare Officer. This may be to arrange a Coffee Break, ask for information for or maybe just for a quick chat. The phone will be on as often as possible, but if there’s no answer, please leave your email address on the voicemail and the Welfare Officer will contact you as soon as possible to arrange a time to call or meet up.
Linkline: 01223 744444