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New resources to stay safe online
Samaritans haslaunched a suite of resources that cover practical guidance on how to support someone online, how to flag content that causes concern and offers guidance on finding supportive communities to share personal experiences safely.
The new resources were co-developed as part of Samaritans' online suicide prevention work with a focus group of young people aged between 18-25 years old, who have personal experience of self-harm, or suicide, or have supported someone who has been through these experiences.