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We can’t be there in person to help and support you in a moment of crisis, but there are other options available to you if you can’t turn to someone you trust. By giving us your postcode (or one nearby to where you are right now) we can let you know about services in your area. Remember: this moment will pass; you won’t always feel the way you do right now. 

If in doubt always call 999.

You can also sign up to Alumina, our online support for mental health and wellbeing here: 

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Blogging for our new mental health website

Hi!

Here at SelfharmUK, we're going to be having a bit of makeover soon! 

Exciting right!? 

Not only will we have a new name, a new logo, and a new image, but we'll also have new content aiming to provide clear, informed online advice and support around mental and emotional health and wellbeing for young people aged 11-19. As we look to broaden out our content from self-harm, the aims of this new website are to provide young people with a positive, knowledgeable online space to:

  • understand the importance of emotional health
  • learn what it means to stay emotionally healthy and understand how to do this
  • know where to get what type of help if there is a problem  
  • challenge the stigma around mental health and help to promote recovery

Sound good? Find out how can you get involved!

If you have a passion for young people and raising awareness about mental health, enjoy writing and want to inspire others with your words, we want to hear from you! We'll be posting blogs on the new website every week, so if you think you'd like to be involved, please contact Jess Whittaker to find out more information.

On your marks... Get set... BLOG!

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