The Basement Project
Details the publications offered by this project, focusing on self harm and surviving abuse.
A UK registered charity set up to educate and support people experiencing or affected by self-harm. Includes a range of online resources.
Providing details of a free downloadable app for anybody experiencing or worried about self-harm. Includes links to Google Play and the App Store.
Self injury awareness organization dedicated to promoting education and research on the depths of self injury phenomenon.
Gloucestershire Self Harm Helpline
Providing online web chat and telephone helpline services to anybody experiencing self-harm. Services available both locally and nationally.
A user led organisation providing support, information, training and consultancy services for people who self harm, their friends and families, and professionals. Includes resources, case studies, and contacts.
Providing information and resources about self injury with details of how to help yourself or a loved one. Includes fact sheets and support contacts.
National Self Harm Network
Campaigning for the rights and understanding of people who self harm. Includes an active support forum.
NHS Choices: Self Harm
Highlights the symptoms and the different types of self harm including burning, cutting and drug abuse and offers expert commentary with treatment details.
NSPCC: Self Harm
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Explains ways of spotting self harm in children and offers helpline contacts.
The national children's protection society providing self-harm advice and helpline contacts and counselling services.
Recover Your Life
Support community for those dealing primarily with self harm issues, although also helping those affected by abuse, suicide and depression. Contains articles, advice and very active forums.
Self Injury Support
Focuses on providing support, advice and guidance for young girls and women who self-injure themselves. Contains resources and information for family members too.
An online support group highlighting the facts and myths of self-harming with readers stories, safeguarding yourself and where to go for help and support.
Personal site of a London female that started self-harming at the age of 14. Explains how to help yourself with details of survivor books and DVD's.
The Wish Centre
Providing telephone support services to young people experiencing self harming. Includes real stories, referral details and information about training.