Self-Injury Outreach and Support
"As part of a collaboration between McGill University and the University of Guelph, SiOS is an international outreach organization providing current information and helpful resources about self-injury to individuals who self-injure, those who have recovered, as well as their caregivers and families, friends, teachers and the health professionals who work with them."
Self-injury & Recovery Resources (SIRR)
"The Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury and Recovery was launched in 2003 to understand what was then widely believed to be a new and emerging behavior among youth and adults. Since that time we have conducted multiple studies on a wide variety of topics and have begun the process of translating what we and others have learned into user friendly materials for individuals who injure as well as those who live with, care about, and work with them. The resulting Self-Injury and Recovery and Resources (SIRR) website was developed to house all of the materials we have produced so far."
Shedding Light on Self-Injury in Australia
"Our team works to learn more about self-injury, to identify strategies for responding to people who self-injure, and to understand the knowledge and training needs of others in response to people who self-injure. This website was developed to provide much needed information about self-injury to people who self-injure and the people who care about them."
"S.A.F.E. ALTERNATIVES opened in 1986 and since that time has grown into a world-renowned treatment program which has helped thousands of people successfully end self-injurious behavior. A treatment team of experts uses therapy, education, and support to empower clients to identify healthier ways to cope with emotional distress."