By Their Own Young Hand: Deliberate Self-Harm and Suicidal Ideas in Adolescents

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APPENDIX II

Information Sheet Given to
Participants After Completing the
Questionnaire

Useful contacts

If you have any problems, mental or physical, that are really worrying you, see your doctor (GP) as
soon as possible
. They're there to help with your problems.

If you can't or don't want to talkto your family, friends or teachers about problems or worries, you could call a
helpline. Helplines can provide expert advice, information or a friendly ear. Phone numbers for some
helplines are listed below, along with web sites and e-mail addresses (if they have one):

Alateen:for young people with alcoholic parents and carers.
020 7403 0888 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
www.hexnet.co.uk/alanon/alateen

Anti-Bullying Campaign: confidential help and advice if you are being bullied or are a bully
020 7378 1446 – 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday

Brook Advisory Centres: free confidential advice and counselling on emotional and sexual problems,
contraception and pregnancy.
0800 0185 023 – 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
www.brook.org.uk

ChildLine: free confidential helpline for young people in trouble or danger.
0800 1111 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
www.childline.org.uk

Eating Disorders Youth Helpline: help, support and information for those whose lives are affected
by eating disorders.
0845 634 7650 – 4pm to 6pm, Monday to Friday
www.edauk.com

London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard: for anyone who needs support, help or information on love, life,
safer sex and practically anything else.
020 7837 7324 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
www.llgs.org.uk

Mind Info Line: information on all aspects of mental distress.
0845 766 0163 – 9.15am to 4.45pm, Monday to Friday
www.mind.org.uk
email: info@mind.org.uk

National Drugs Helpline: information, advice and counselling on any drug worries, whether about
yourself or anyone else.
0800 77 66 00 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
www.talktofrank.com

Samaritans: offers free emotional support to anyone going through a crisis.
08457 90 90 90 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
www.samaritans.org.uk
email: jo@samaritans.org

YoungMinds: information and advice for anyone concerned about mental health matters.
020 7336 8445
www.youngminds.org.uk

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