Are you worried about the war in Ukraine?

Fri 25 Feb 2022 11:46

We are all following the terrible thing that is happening in Ukraine. The information we currently have is that no students from Mid Sweden University are in the area. If you are concerned about what is happening in the world, please feel free to contact Studenthälsan.

You can contact Student Health Care "Studenthälsan" during working hours.
Contact the Student Health Care

Below are also links to other organisations that you can reach at any time of the day.

Emotional support helplines (Swedish website, se contacts below)
Phone: 08-702 1680 Open every evening from 21.00 to 06.00.
The chat

On-call priest

Call 112 and ask to be connected to the on-call priest. The person who answers is a priest within the Church of Sweden. The priest on duty is open every evening from 21.00 to 06.00.

Open at 20.00–24.00.


Everyone reacts differently in troubled times. If you feel worried, depressed or have difficulty sleeping, there are a few things you can do to manage your concerns or stress yourself:

• Continue with your usual routines as best as possible.
• Try to keep yourself busy with things that you feel good about.
• Test to limit your news consumption if you feel that the news makes you more worried or makes you feel bad.

Talk about your concerns and how you feel

It’s good to put words on your concern. Talk to someone you trust and tell me how you feel. If you prefer to talk to a third party, there are several organisations that offer support via phone, chat or email. See links above.


The page was updated 2/25/2022