Self-Injury Support from a Gendered Perspective
We receive up to 50 requests a week from young people affected by self-injury and we desperately need to raise more funds to keep up with demand and make sure every young person who needs a journal receives one. Read more
Support the work of Self injury Support and the south west Zero Suicide Collaborative by contributing to the Festive Fundraiser Read more
We need your support to continue our work. All donations go towards supporting our activities such as the running of support services and online self-help tools.
One off and regular donations of amounts that affordable to the individual are all equally appreciated. Everyone who supports us makes a difference to people who use our services and to staff morale! Read more
Over the next year we need to train an additional 10 volunteers who will offer up to 1500 hours of support to women at risk Read more
To respond to as many clients as possible we need to upgrade our phone, text, email and webchat systems into one multi-channel system Read more