What is Nightline

London Nightline is an anonymous listening and information service run by students in London, for students in London.  All volunteers are students themselves, who have undergone extensive training and who understand that university life isn’t always plain sailing.

London Nightline is there for anyone that's having a tough time, needs a friendly ear to listen to whatever's on their mind, or who just needs the phone number for a local taxi company at 3am after a night out. London Nightline is the only service that offers both information and emotional support through the night via phone, instant messaging, or text messaging. 

How can I contact Nightline?                                                                 

Telephone: 0207 631 0101

Instant Messaging: www.nightline.org.uk

Email: listening@nightline.org.uk

Skype voice call: www.nightline.org.uk

If you need to talk to someone whilst we are closed we recommend contacting the Samaritans who are open 24/7 every day. You can call them free on 116 123, email jo@samaritans.org, or drop in to 46 Marshall Street London W1F 9BF. www.samaritans.org/branches/central-london 

Can I volunteer with Nightline? 

For further information about becoming a Nightline volunteer, see their volunteering page



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