In the UK, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem over the course of a year, yet many people don’t seek help. Miranda Hart meets two young women who talk about their experience with self-harm and mental health.
In the UK, £10 could enable a vulnerable young woman in the UK who is self-harming to attend a support group.
About the Project
The WISH Centre helps young people who self-harm through a combination of peer support programmes, counselling, youth projects and individual support plans. This project aims to help young people to overcome life’s difficulties without self-harming and achieve their full potential.
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Feeling worried or anxious?
If you or someone you know is finding it hard to cope with how they are feeling there is help available. Visit Young Minds for advice and support. If you’re experiencing suicidal thoughts, call Samaritans, free at any time, on 116 123. Both services are entirely confidential.