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What a difference

Submitted by: Community Team

This site is here for people living with mental illness—and their friends. You'll find tools to help in the recovery process, and you can also learn about the different kinds of mental illnesses, read real-life stories about support and recovery, and interact with the video to see how friends can make all the difference.

Suicide - Read this first

Submitted by: mollysaysrecover

This site continues to help me through all of my suicidal thoughts and I hope it can help you, too!

Patients Like Me

Submitted by: one_step_closer

Keep a record of your mood and treatments.

Living Life to the Full

Submitted by: one_step_closer

Online CBT

Depression in teenagers

Submitted by: one_step_closer

Information about depression in teenagers, for those with depression and their families.


Submitted by: one_step_closer

Prevention of young suicide

No Secrets

Submitted by: Marley

Self injury support for those in the St Helens area.

This site is helpful for self harmers and friends or relatives of self harmers alike with some really helpful information on the site as well as an actual support group in St Helens.

Mood GYM

Submitted by: my_lovely_scars

based on the CBT program, its an interactive self help site. you will learn strategies to deal with everyday problems, such as relationship issues and the negetive way you think.

Reach Out

Submitted by: my_lovely_scars

an Australian site to help anyone who may be having problems of any sort by giving useful advice and great links.

42'nd Street

Project providing practical support for 14-25 year olds in Manchester, Salford and Trafford. Also training and workshops for other organisations / conferences etc.


Childline a confidential free service- You can either Phone or Write!

Advocacy For You

We aim towards assisting you in all aspects of the mental health system by providing support on a personal and practical level.

Bristol Crisis Service for Women

Bristol Crisis Service for Women offers a confidential helpline service on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights for women in emotional distress, and particularly for women who self injure. The BCSW is a member of the Telephone Helplines Association.


Samaritans is available 24 hours a day to provide confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide

Borderline UK

Borderline UK is a user-led national network (run entirely by volunteers) for persons diagnosed with 'borderline personality disorder'.


Submitted by: caroline

A user led organisation for people who self harm, their friends, families and professionals. Harmless provides support, information, training and consultancy about self harm from people with personal and a strong professional experience of self harm.

Get Connected

Submitted by: JustAnotherUnknownGirl

You can go on ot the web chat and talk to people on it who can give you more websites and ideas on pretty much anything. I found out about RYL through these people. It's compleetly confidential, they have a web chat from 7 till 10, they also have a email system and you can phone them anytime of day and wil always get someone to talk to. the phone number is a free-phone number so you can cal it from a home phone and no-one will know because it doesnt show up on phone bill's.

SAFE Alternatives Website

Submitted by: Simply_Complex

SAFE (Self Abuse Finally Ends) Alternatives is a treatment program designed to help self-injurers overcome self-injury.


Submitted by: PopBangFizz__X

A fantastic site for teens 12 - 16 year olds, forums for everything. 1-2-1 sessions with the mods.

Open 10am - 9pm weekdays, 10am - 7pm weekends.

Place of Peace

Submitted by: null_n_void

A Self Injury/Depression/Mental Health Support forum


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