Self injury questionnaire and helplines

Hi, this doesn't relate to me and please ignore this post if the title offends . However I know some people on here and other forums self injure. So just thought I'd pass on this request for people to complete a survey about it but first I will put up the website address which gives information about groups that can help. Hope this is ok. The website for help with this is

E-mail begins -

"I am hoping you might be able to help us - Bristol Crisis Service for Women is running a consultation about setting up a UK WIDE helpline for women and girls affected by self injury.

We would like to get as many views as possible from as wide a range of backgrounds as possible and have set up a survey here:

The Crisis Service for Women has been funded to re-establish a national helpline for women who are affected by self injury and self harm.

Although we have run a service like this before we want to take some time to think about the best way to run this service and would really welcome your views.

If you are able to circulate this information to relevant contacts and let people who might be interested know about the survey we would be very grateful.

The survey is confidential and information you provide for will only be used to support the set up and running of the helpline and any personal details will not be shared with any other organisations.

We are very happy to send copies of this survey out by email or post, or to discuss your views in another way such as by instant messaging or on the phone if you would prefer. My contact details are at the bottom of this page.

Please feel free to pass on this survey link to anyone you think might be interested.

Please keep yourself as safe as possible when filling in this survey and take breaks if you need to. If you would like to look for support in relation to self harm/self injury we have a list of resources - local and national - on our website:

With very best wishes


Naomi Salisbury – Development Worker Support Services

Bristol Crisis Service for Women

PO Box 654

Bristol BS99 1XH

phone: 0117 927 9600 I email: I web:

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  • Thanks for this link. I will copy and post it to work. It might be a good thing for some of my patients

  • Thanks for posting this Gemma :)

    The Bristol Crisis Service has a wonderful website with some great resources for SI and it would be brilliant if their helpline was up and running again.

    As far as I'm concerned there is no such thing as too much publicity for this devastating symptom of mental distress.x