Important information about Pause@UoB and how and where you can get support:
Pause@uni is a place for students aged up to the age of 25, where you can talk about anything that may be worrying you. We are a friendly team of trained and experienced workers, and are here to offer a listening ear, and share support and advice if needed.
We are open every Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday, 11am-5pm at 1, The Lodge, North Gate.
Pause@Uni is here all the way through the year, including the long vacations.
You can drop-in anytime between and 11am and 5pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. You do not need to make an appointment, just drop in to see us.
We also have weekly groups and social sessions for students of all ages. Join our free crafternoons in the Library Lounge, Main Library, every Wednesday, or pop into Comfort Zone every Thursday for a cuppa and friendship.
Take some time to unwind
Listen to the Pause@UoB Autumn playlist - scan the QR code in the image below:
Here is a picture of where we are based - it is right beside North Gate:
Outside of our days on campus, Pause Digbeth is open for phone and in-person support for those registered with a Birmingham-based GP (doctor). More information can be found at their website.
More about Forward Thinking Birmingham
Forward Thinking Birmingham
is the provider of mental health services for people up to the age of 25 in Birmingham. The service offers support, care and treatment, making it easier for you to access the right support at the right time. It is a partnership of organisations that have come together to support children, young people and families in Birmingham, and also works closely with the voluntary and community sector.
More about The Children's Society
The Children’s Society
changes the lives of the country’s most disadvantaged children and teenagers by delivering frontline support services and campaigning for change. It works closely with a wide range of community and voluntary organisations to tackle poverty and neglect and is a lead researcher in the field of children’s emotional well-being.