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Youthscape

Online self-harm support programme for teenagers

A free 7-week programme for teenagers struggling with self-harm to anonymously discuss experiences and seek advice and support.

UK

RecoverYourLife.com

Self-harm advice forum

Community that supports those self-harming, enabling them to ask questions, receive advice and share experiences.

UK

Youthscape

Free online self-harm support for 14-19’s

Alumina is a free online course for people aged 14-19 years old struggling with self-harm.

UK

Calm Harm App

An app to help manage self harm urges

The app provides different activities which are designed to help people resist and manage the urge to self harm using the basic principles of Dialectical Behavioural Therapy.

UK

Self injury support

Support for women and girls who self harm

Support information and training. Call the helpline text 07537 432444 or use the webchat. Support available Tues-Thurs 7pm-9.30pm. All calls are taken by female volunteers.

UK

Lifeline

Northern Ireland emotional distress 24/7 helpline

Helpline open 24/7. Lifeline is the Northern Ireland crisis response helpline service for people who are experiencing distress or despair.

Northern Ireland

TogetherAll

Online mental health community

Help members to take control, get help and feel better. Includes online forums, live therapy in the UK, courses, and resources.

UK

C.A.L.L

Mental health 24hour helpline in Wales

24/7 helpline offering confidential emotional support for people concerned about their own or others' mental health.

UK

Samaritans

Whatever you’re going through, call 116 123

Whatever you’re going through call us free any time. You don’t have to be suicidal to call us. We offer a safe place for you to talk in your own way about whatever’s getting to you.

UK

NHS

Find a local NHS urgent mental health helpline (England only)

NHS urgent mental health helplines are for people of all ages. You can call for 24-hour advice and support - for you, your child, your parent or someone you care for.

UK