Talking to ChildLine can be the first step that gets a child’s life back on track. The NSPCC’s trained ChildLine counsellors talk to children helping them with any problems they’re facing. Call: 0800 1111.
SISH stands for ‘self injury self help’, and are a Bristol based community organisation, who for 15 years, have been running self help support groups for people who self injure.
The original founders of the group wanted to create a safe space to talk about their self harm, and offer and receive support from each other that was non-judgemental and accepting. The groups have run with these core principles ever since, and are one of the few self injury self help groups in the country.
Talk to us any time you like, in your own way, and off the record – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal. It doesn’t matter who you are, how you feel, or what has happened. If you feel that things are getting to you, get in touch.
There are all sorts of reasons why you might want a bit of extra help from Relate. Things might be worrying you at home or at school, or you might need help and advice with your own relationship.
Improving support for families affected by drugs and alcohol since 1984.
The Bridge – Help after rape and sexual assault. For free and confidential advice 24/7, Call 0117 342 6999.