Confidential contact persons (peer listeners)
Have you experienced something unpleasant? Is there something bothering you? Or are you not feeling like your best self? Then let's talk about it!
There are 24 trained students who serve as your confidential contact persons. Whether big or small, they are there to listen and help redirect you to the available support.
Student life at the TU/e can sometimes feel like a roller-coaster of experiences – we know! Sometimes you are loving it, and everything is going well, and other times you feel lost and don't know how to make it better. Through these highs and lows we want to encourage you to talk about it. We are your peer listeners and can help you figure out what the best next steps are and who to contact for support.
Whether you just want to chat, want help in contacting a professional, or would like some help with understanding what you can do, we are here. We will listen and support you in taking the necessary next steps. And it goes without saying that whatever you share will remain completely confidential. So chose a contact person that you think you will vibe with best and let's talk about it!
Veilig Thuis (Safety at Home)
Provides advice and support regarding domestic violence and child abuse.Are you a victim, know someone who is (potentially) a victim, or are you abusive or violent yourself? You can call Veilig Thuis for advice and support regarding domestic violence and child abuse.
For children, young people, adults and the elderly. Whether you are a victim, know someone who is (potentially) a victim, or if you are abusive or violent yourself. Any form of abuse or violence is enough.
Veilig Thuis offers advice and support regarding domestic violence and child abuse. Veilig Thuis is there for you if you need help or are worried about someone else. Problems have often been going on for a long time and cannot be solved without the help of others. However, mere suspicions should be reported as well; For example, you think certain people or children are not safe, but you are not sure. Help is important, because violence will not end on its own. Someone has to take that first step!
You can call for advice or help. You will speak to one of their employees, who will carefully listen to your story. This person will answer questions and give advice. If you want or need to, you can remain anonymous.