Self Harm and suicide support from Harmless

Harmless is an organisation who works to address and overcome issues related to self-harm and suicide.

With those with lived experience at the heart and the helm of the service we deliver support, information, training and consultation to cover all aspects of need under this broad suicide prevention agenda.

Working closely with the people that we help and other stakeholders we constantly evolve our approach to respond to changing needs and presentations in our service and to yield change in the broader sector.

Who we help

We work with people who do or are at risk of self-harm.

This means that we will work with anyone, of any age if they are at risk of harming themselves.

Some people that speak to us have been hurting themselves for many years as a manner of coping, whilst others will have had thoughts to harm themselves. What matters to us is the struggle that someone is experiencing and how we can help them to feel better and be safer.

Find out more and self refer for support : Self Harm Form Leicestershire – Harmless

Our self-harm support services in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are now operating and open for referrals either from a healthcare professional or the patient direct.
Call us on: 0116 309 0171
Email us at:
[email protected]
Complete our online referral:



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Please contact the team direct by calling 01664 503000 and select the Prescriptions team option or email the team direct at [email protected]




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