Self Injury Support for Girls & Women

Self Injury Support for Girls & Women

Self Injury Support for Girls & Women

Self injury Support  is a national organisation that supports girls and women affected by self-injury or self-harm.

They have carried out  research with women who self-injure, and they  understand the reasons people harm themselves, and how to support them.

They run  free support services for girls and women who self-harm, including:

A text and email support service for girls and women up to 24yrs:

0780 047 2908
http://www.selfinjurysupport.org.uk/tessform/

A women’s self-injury helpline, on Tuesdays & Wedensdays from 7-9pm and Thursdays from 3-5pm:

0808 800 8088

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Support to local self-injury groups

You can visit their website to find out more, here>

IMCA Advocacy

IMCA Advocacy

IMCA Advocacy

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 has a checklist judge whether a person is able to make decisions in their own best interests.

People who are found not to have mental capacity under the Mental Capacity Act have the right to an advocate who will make decisions about their care in their best interest.

In Wolverhampton the IMCA service is run by Voiceability

You can find out more about IMCA from their leaflet here>>