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KUTO, Kids Under Twenty One is dedicated to providing 24/7, free and confidential support by phone. We are here to help youth,...


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Self Injury Helpline provides 24/7, free and confidential support and information by phone. We support everyone in Missouri,...


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Missouri Crisis Line provides 24/7, free, compassionate and confidential support by phone and text message (SMS). We are here...


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NAMI Missouri Helpline offers free, compassionate and confidential support by phone. We help adults in Missouri, United States...


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Self-harm helplines are available in Missouri, United States

Self-harm may offer you relief from painful emotions in the moment, but it can leave you feeling worse afterward. It cannot solve your problems or remove the source of your pain. If you struggle with the following, you can get help from one of 8 in Missouri, United States:

  • Feeling temporary relief after hurting yourself, but the emotional pain coming back stronger
  • Looking for a way to escape the emotional pain
  • Imagining hurting yourself
  • Coming up with excuses and ways to explain self-inflicted injuries
  • A desire to punish or hurt yourself
  • Feeling like you need to hide injuries from those who care about you
  • Feeling like you need an outlet to channel your painful emotions
  • Not wanting to die, but still feeling like you need the pain

"Self-harm is more common than you may think, but it's not talked about much. It’s normal to look for ways to manage intense emotional pain. When you’re under extreme emotional pressure, self-harm can seem like the only way to relieve it. "

Talking about difficult emotions with someone compassionate and non-judgemental may help lighten your burdens. There are dedicated helpline volunteers in Missouri, United States who are trained to support people through emotional distress. A helpline volunteer can help you process complex feelings and introduce you to healthy coping tools at your own discretion.

For free and confidential support with self harm, consider contacting a hotline in Missouri, United States today.


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