The Nightline Association is a student-ran initiative that has Nightlines in Universities up and down the country. Nightlines offer non-judgemental, confidential, emotional support to students who need it. The aims of Nightline Association are to ensure that students have a safe space where they can off-load how they’re feeling, that students’ educations are not compromised my emotional difficulties, and that fewer students die by suicide.
Stirling Nightline seeks to support the student body of the University of Stirling. We provide a confidential listening and general information service ran by trained students for their University peers. Stirling Nightline understands the importance of having a service open during unsocial hours, as we know that mental health does not keep a 9-5pm schedule. Our aim is that students can have a safe space to off-load, to vent and to receive a calm, listening ear when needed.