UMHAN encourages you to think about your rights, resources and broad support networks, and these webpages will help inform you about these.

If you're a student with a mental health condition, you know someone who is, or you want to raise awareness, you may find these pages useful. 

  • Do you know who to talk to about issues relating to your mental health and study? 
  • Are you aware of your entitlements as a student with a mental health condition? 
  • Have you looked at the self help resources that are available? 

Our resource page is a good place to start:

Mental Health in the context of Disability

The page below from Disability Rights UK has some more information about the Equality Act 2010 and mental health conditions and what this means for students.

Understanding the Equality Act: information for disabled students

Disability Rights UK have also produced a website called Right to Participate which can also help you to think about your rights, in education and elsewhere. They have a helpline especially for Disabled students. 

University Mental Health Advisers Network (UMHAN). c/o The Moseley Exchange, 149-153 Alcester Road, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8JP Tel: 07510 734544 Registered charity number: 1155038. We use cookies to improve your experience using this website.
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