Samaritans needs your help to understand the experiences of people who self-harm and improve the support available.
This year Samaritans is doing research to understand more about the experiences of people who self-harm. To do this, we need people who have self-harmed to participate in our research. There are lots of ways to get involved and there will be more opportunities in the future.
- Take part in an interview. We're speaking to people who have self-harmed about their experiences of accessing support. This will help us understand what support is available and whether it was right for you. Taking part will help us make the case for better support in the future.
This page will be updated with more opportunities in the future.
In this research, Samaritans is exploring any self-harm that is a deliberate act of self-poisoning or self-injury without suicidal intent. This excludes accidents, substance misuse and eating disorders.
If you want more information about any of these projects, please contact [email protected]