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."

Were you involved with the Bristol Crisis Service for Women between 1986 and 2014?

Get involved with our heritage project! Over the next 18 months we will be recording oral histories of the women who founded, worked and  volunteered at the pioneering Bristol Crisis Service for Women. We want to capture as many memories of being involved with this groundbreaking organisation from as many women as possible, so if you or someone you know have got something to share, please get in touch.

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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

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Our impact

99%

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

91,970

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. 

3396

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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Training events

  • Virtually Listening (Wednesday)

    This online workshop offers a practical guide to approaching support via a range of remote technologies. It aims to build knowledge and confidence in the face of potentially challenging situations. Read more

  • Self-Help for Anyone (Thursday)

    This online workshop offers a safe place to reflect on your personal self-harm spectrum, and steps you can take to look after yourself. It introduces a range of self-help tools, and explores what makes positive change possible. Read more

Stories of hope