You can reach the Samaritans at any time by calling 116 123, contact NHS 111 or your GP. In an emergency, if you feel that your life or somebody else’s life might be in immediate danger, you should contact 999 or visit the local A&E Department.
Whilst common, thoughts of suicide and/or self-harm can often feel overwhelming. If you can, we recommend that you download the #Stayalive app (Grassroots Suicide Prevention | Educating, Connecting, Campaigning ) which provides support for people experiencing thoughts of suicide. Or the DistrACT app (distrACT app - Expert Self Care) which provides helpful coping strategies and tips for people struggling with self-harm.
If you feel you need more support than these recommendations provide, please click on "If you feel you need to talk to someone urgently".
If you no longer feel able to keep yourself safe during this study, please let us know. We would need to withdraw you from the study, as we don’t want to keep you in the study if that might discourage you from seeking appropriate support. If you need to withdraw from the study, please do make use of whichever of the above services you might feel are most appropriate to your needs. You can make us aware by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.