Content Warning: This survey contains questions about your experiences of self-harm and suicidal thoughts.
Samaritans is conducting research about the experiences of people who have self-harmed without wanting to take their own life.
They want to hear people’s experiences of getting support – from health services, community activities, online or through other means, which will help them understand the support that’s available for people who self-harm and help improve access to high-quality support in the future.
Samaritans defines self-harm as any deliberate act of self-poisoning or self-injury without suicidal intent. This excludes accidents, substance misuse and eating disorders.
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If you're struggling with self-harm or suicidal thoughts, there are a number of resources which may help.
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