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Where to find advice and support this Self-Harm Awareness Day

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March 2018

Where you can find support and help on Self-harm Awareness Day #SHAD18

More than a third of 16-25 year-olds in Britain have self-harmed at some point in their lives, according to a survey we have commissioned along with The Mix and Self-Harm UK. Just over one in ten young people said they knew someone currently self-harming. That's why today, on Self-Harm Awareness Day, we want to provide you with resources and advice for what to do if you or someone you know is self-harming. Check them out and remember: things can get better. 
Our Resources on Self-Harm:
Five Ways You Can Help Someone Self-Harming

Release of Cyberbullying Report

We have published our report on the findings of the Cyberbullying Inquiry,  led by Alex Chalk MP. The report shows how social media companies are failing to protect young people people from cyberbullying. 

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Run the Hackney Half Marathon

Up for running through vibrant East London in May? Grab your place for the Hackney Half Marathon - limited spaces available so sign up today!

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Last chance to have your say

You have until 12pm tomorrow, 2 March, to tell the Government what you think about their new plans for children's mental health and adolescent services.

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Mental Health News Round-up

Our round up of last month's key mental health news stories, including the results of a cyberbullying inquiry, and which area of the country has the longest waiting times for children accessing CAMHS. 

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