Here are links to organizations dealing with self injury. They are ordered by country code.

Also check out Deb’s list of offline resources.

United Kingdom
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United Kingdom

  • @ease – A mental health resource for anyone who gets stressed or is worried about their thoughts and feelings. 020 8974 6814: Lines open 10am-3pm, Mon-Fri.
  • The Basement Project – A community resource providing support groups and helpful literature for self harmers and their families.
  • National Self-Harm Network – A survivor-led organisation committed to campaigning for the rights and understanding of people who self-harm.
  • No Panic – Charity that helps people with anxiety disorders and phobias. 0808 808 0545: Helpline, 10am-10pm. Advice answerphone, 10pm-10am.
  • Project Spear – Offers support for self-harmers and training for medical professionals. Also operates the Why Me? site. They are looking for stories from young people to put on the site. Contact:
  • Self Harm Alliance – Support, information and advice to people who suffer with deliberate self harm. 01242 578820: Open 7pm-8pm, Wednesday to Sunday. Answer machine at all other times.
  • SupportLine – Offers confidential emotional support for children, young adults and adults. (020) 8554 9004.
  • Survive – Offers online support and has some info on self injury. Some self injury stories are available.
  • University of Cambridge Counselling Service – Deal with self injury. 01223 332865.
  • University of Wales, Lampeter — Students’ Union – Information from the welfare officer on self-harm.
  • Wounded Wings – Wounded Wings is a self-help group for Self-harmers, based in Edinburgh.

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