Have your say about new self-harm helpline
Bristol Crisis Service for Women have been awarded funding to set up a helpline for women who are affected by self injury and self harm
Although Bristol Crisis Service for Women have run a service like this before, they want to take some time to think about the best way to run this service and would really welcome your views. They are especially interested in the views of women of any age who might use such a service, but are also interested in the views of people who support women who use self harm or self injury. They include in this definition ANYONE who identifies as a woman regardless of biology.
The survey is confidential and information you provide 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.
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