Self-Harm Awareness Day

Every year on 1st March we work with The Mix and selfharmUK to challenge the stigma around self-harm that stops young people looking for help.

Why we campaign

Many young people self-harm at some point in their lives, but stigma and misconceptions can make it hard to reach out for support.

We want to spread the message that, if you’re self-harming, it’s okay to talk about how you’re feeling and to look for help. And we want to provide and advice to friends, parents and teachers so that they know how to provide the right support.

Our Solution

Every year on Self-Harm Awareness Day we work with The Mix and selfharmUK to tackle stigma about self-harm, and to ensure people can get support.  

Together we have:

How to Get Involved

You can show your support by:

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