Support within the University
Report using contact details on this site to be linked to a trained responder who will get in touch using the channel you request, within 5 working days. Your responder will not try to influence or instruct you, they will help you think through your options so that you decide what (if anything) you want to do next.
When you are ready, you may find that the wellbeing hub can help you find other support within the University as well as self care resources.
The University has recruited volunteer Dignity and Respect Champions in a range of roles across Sussex. Champions offer a confidential listening space where staff can explore the options open to them. Champions are also able to signpost to additional sources of help. To be connected with a Champion, please complete the online request form. You will be matched with the first available Champion who will arrange an initial meeting.
The government’s Equality Advisory Support Service (EASS) provides a helpline that can offer information on discrimination and your rights.
Covering Your Tracks
You may not want others to know that you’ve been searching for information or help from websites such as Victim Support. When you browse the internet on a mobile phone, tablet or computer, you leave a `history’ trail of pages and sites you’ve visited. It’s impossible to completely avoid being tracked online but if you’re worried about someone knowing which sites you’ve been looking at, there are some things you can do to help cover your tracks online.