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  1. TextHelp

    An anonymoustextline and email support service that will listen to you when you're in crisis. A volunteer can also suggest further resources, such as medical help, support groups, online forums, etc.
  2. Suicide? Help!

    Suicide? Help! - An information app for people who are thinking about suicide or are worried about someone else. As well as providing detailed information about suicide, such as how to get help and what signs to look for in others, this app also provides details of services the user can contact particularly in the UK and Tayside.
  3. Find Get Give

    We’ve created a website to help young people across England to find mental health support in their area
  4. HeadMeds

    HeadMeds gives young people in the United Kingdom general information about medication. HeadMeds does not give you medical advice.
  5. This group is for women with lived experience of self harm and will offer peer support, one to one support and person centred counselling. This group will be held weekly on a Sunday from 2.30 pm - 5 pm in the office (address above) and members are welcome to drop in between these times. The group will begin with and open day on 3rd November 2013, all are welcome. Official opening of the group 10th November 2013.
  6. Womenspace Self-Harm Project

    WomenSpace is a project that offers group work and/or individual therapy to women in Leeds who self harm. All the services we provide are free of charge. We are looking to work with women who are: 18 years old or above Repeatedly self harming and consider this to be an ongoing concern Open to exploring their self harm Not in therapy elsewhere
  7. The Market Place is providing self harm and safeguarding group work for young women and young men aged 13-18 through a 12 week programme of activities and issue-based sessions. The Market Place is also offering one-to-one work with young people who self harm and/or have safeguarding issues. Young people are also able to gain access to one-to-one support directly from the groups and via the service’s usual drop-in and direct access referral routes.
  8. Group for people who self-harm in Newbold, Chesterfield. There’s another group in Ripley. See website for times.
  9. We are a friendly, supportive group, meeting once a week to talk and share our experiences. We are non-judgemental, and all share personal experience of self-harm. The group is open to everyone, with no appointment or referral necessary and runs every week on: Tuesday from 6pm – 8pm
  10. A group for those who have live experience of self-harm. Run by and form service users and those who have self harmed. http://launchpadncl.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/sig-draft-poster.pdf[/em…
  11. A self help support group for adults over 18 years of age who self harm, takes place in the Swansea Mind Centre, 66 St. Helens Road, every Thursday between 11.00am and 1.00pm. The group helps people to explore their own reasons for self harming in a safe non-judgemental environment.
  12. Project that aims to start self-harm support groups. Has one group running in Bridgend.
  13. Sunderland Mind's Self-Harm Group

    Group with focus on sharing experiences of self-harm with others facing the same problem. This group will have no more than 6 participants and will provide a safe, friendly environment to share experiences.
  14. Runs a self-harm support group as part of their wellbeing actitivies. See their events calendar for details.
  15. Mind Shropshire's Self-Harm Group

    Self Harm Group – Tuesday’s 2pm till 4pm. Focussing on self help and peer support. For anyone who has self harmed or considered self harm.
  16. We are a community based service which offers health and well being groups, workshops, one to one support and coffee and cope sessions around the City which promote wellbeing. Our aim is to improve and prevent mental ill health among adults in Wolverhampton through the provision of ‘safe spaces’ across the City. These are held regularly throughout the week in public venues. We also deliver a range of inclusive interventions that promote wellbeing, personal development and relapse prevention. We are mainly a 9am-5pm Monday-Friday service, although we have evening coffee and cope groups in the community so please check with staff. If you feel you are at risk or have a mental illness then contact us on 01902 779615 for a telephone referral.
  17. Rebound Self-Harm Support

    Rebound runs a monthly self-harm support group in Dundee. The group meets 6pm-7pm on the first Monday of every month.
  18. Drop-in, Protect Life Resource Centreto provide information, to encourage people to seek help advice and support, to create greater awareness and reduce the stigma associated with suicide and self-harm. Also offers short term, focused counseling for young people and adults who have been bereaved by someone’s suicide and feel in crisis or may be dealing with emotional and psychological distress.
  19. A self-harm support group in West Bromwich. Part of Kaleidoscope Plus Group’s complementary therapy services. View their website for times.
  20. P.A.S.H offers a wide range of information, advice and professional support in a safe and comfortable environment or by telephone.
  21. Protect Life

    Protect Life is a mentoring project designed to support vulnerable young people who present with issues around problem behaviour, self harm and suicide. For girls ages 8-21.
  22. No Secrets

    We’re a voluntary organisation based in North West England & we’re all about supporting people who are or have been affected by self-injury.Whether it’s you, a friend or relative, or a client you work with; we can help.
  23. The Niamh Louise Foundation

    The aim of the Niamh Louise Foundation is to provide a safe environment where anyone can drop in to chat about worrying thoughts, thoughts of suicide and/or self harm. They provide complementary therapy, mentoring (U18), befriending (18+), bereavement support, and youth group.
  24. Icebreak

    Icebreak provides a friendly and accessible service committed to supporting and empowering people aged 16- 25 years who are experiencing emotional distress. You may experience this as difficulties with daily living, problems in forming or maintaining relationships, self-harm or suicidal behaviours or a sense of not belonging. Icebreak works with young people who live in Plymouth,Ivybridge and Tavistock.
  25. Mental Team 4 Teen

    Mental Team 4 Teen is a support group in Sheffield for all teenagers and young adults struggling with mental health issues such as self-harm, depression, anxiety, and general feelings of being low

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Welcome to self-injury.net. We are a support community for self-harmers and also provide information on self-harm, creative works, media lists, lists of resources (helplines, textlines, mental health apps, therapists, etc.), etc. We focus on self-injury but a number of other mental health issues are included.

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  • self-injury.net is a self-harm community and resource founded in 1999. Provides support, resources, and information on self-harm.
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