This portal is a one stop resource for you to get the information you need, if you are concerned about someone or yourself and want some help, there will be a link to an approved site for help.

This page includes contacts for local help from our own Bassetlaw health specialists.

How Will You Benefit From Being Part of a Healthy College?

The College is dedicated to providing a Healthy environment and as such we provide many initiatives and activities to encourage healthy living. These include:

  • Healthy Options in the bistro
  • Sport enrichment
  • Body MOT sessions
  • Counselling Service
  • Mentoring Service
  • Healthy Living tutorials
  • Sexual Health Services
  • Chlamydia Screening
  • C Card Scheme
  • Links to Health Support and PCT

The Benefits of Being Part of a Healthy College

So what does being part of a Healthy College mean for you? You will have the opportunity to access the appropriate advice and guidance about well-being so you can make informed choices about your health. Studies have shown there is a clear link between Healthy College initiatives and bringing about a positive change in emotional and physical wellbeing. We are fully committed to creating an environment to improve the health and wellbeing of all students in the College. If you have any thoughts or suggestions on how to make the College healthier and happier, please e-mail:

Need Help?

If you are concerned about your health, we recommend getting in touch with your GP, Student Services, or checking out the online resources below. If you would like to talk to a counsellor about anything that is worrying you or causing you distress who does not work in the College please contact Talkzone or the College Mentors for a referral.


Centreplace Abbey Street Community Centre, Abbey Street, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. S80 2LA. 01909 530943

NNC Mentors and Counsellor

Debbie Jones – – Mentor

Michael Mason – – Counsellor

All can be contacted in Student Services or call and ask for Debbie, Bill or Michael on 01909 504500

For a list of all health support contact in the local area please try 

For general online information especially designed for young people try;