Welfare and Health
Health is defined as being free from illness or injury.
In general terms, health consists of lots of different aspects including physical health, mental health, sexual health and welfare.
This section contains information and links to support for healthy relationships, physical health, mental health and sexual health as well as links for support if you feel you are at risk of abuse or addiction.
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There are times in our lives where we will may develop unhealthy relationships with others. Help and support in spotting unhealthy relationships and signs of abuse.
According to Action on Addiction, one in three people are addicted to something. This section provides you with help and resources if this is you or someone you know.
A healthy relationship should be equal and consist of trust, respect, honesty, equality and communication. Resources on maintaining happy relationships and spotting signs of abuse.
We are all different and unique and at The College we celebrate diversity and promote equality.
We all have periods of good and bad mental health. Resources for maintaining good mental health.
Physical health and wellbeing is incredibly important and we are here to help with any questions you may have about how to keep healthy.
Sexual health for many can be a sensitive issue. Here are some resources that will help you and your partner stay happy and healthy.