We're willing to talk about the things that others aren't

"The more I looked into your site and the different worksheets and things, the more tears welled up in my eyes. I'm not alone. I realise that, and there’s people here to help me. They don’t know me but they’re there and they care about me. A total stranger."

Women's Health Activism Grant

We are offering eight women’s groups a grant of £125 to organise their own community event or activity focused on women’s health. Deadline is 31st January 2022 so get applying!


Author: Rosie Wild

I am writing this because I need to read this - guest blog from Hattie Porter

I felt worried about writing this. It feels self-centred to be so focused on what I’m going through amidst the scale of a pandemic. But that’s exactly why I need to write this. Because I am not the only one feeling like this. Because sometimes just hearing an echo of your own thoughts is enough to feel less alone for a little while.

UK Support Groups and Other Services

Comprehensive listing of local and national self-harm and self-injury support groups and organisations



In It Together - Skills for Listening and Care

A FREE workshop for young changemakers hosted by Self Injury Support. Come together to explore a selection of skills and resources that can support us as we make change in the world.




Author: Clare Chubb

Location: Online

Discover Our History

Welcome to our project to research and record the history of Bristol Crisis Service for Women (BCSW).


Author: Sabita Burke

SiS Statement on Serenity Integrated Mentoring & High Intensity Network

A statement from Self-Injury Support about Serenity Integrated Mentoring (SIM) model and the High Intensity Network (HIN) approach


Author: Clare Chubb

Our impact


A fantastic 99% of professionals who attended training with us last year rated the training event as 'good' (24%) or 'excellent' (75%).


Since 2013 we have responded to 91, 970 messages via our text, email and webchat support services, providing vital support to women affected by self-injury. 


The number of free Rainbow Journals we have sent out in the last five years to help young people move from self-injury to self-care. 

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