When someone dies by suicide, the ripples of trauma affect so many, families, of course, but also friends, neighbours, colleagues and professionals. We are here to support you, so it does not matter when, where, how long since, or how you are connected to suicide, you can access our support. Bereavement is a painful experience, and when loss occurs after a suicide, there are added complexities, unanswered questions and overwhelming emotions.
This is a free service, so to access our support, complete and return the form.
We completely understand that everyone is unique and individual, as is your loss. Whatever support you are needing right now, we are here to listen, compassionately. Once we receive your referral, we will contact you for an assessment so we can offer you flexibility and open to your changing needs.
In additional to supporting you in your grief, we can offer a postvention support service and help deal with the practical issues that may arise including liaising with schools, carers, employers, funeral directors, police and coroner’s office. We can attend meetings inquests and provide help with any media coverage. We can support individuals’ families and friends as a group. We can make home visits, or meet somewhere else you may prefer, we also support online, virtually or by telephone.
To help us in giving the most suitable advice and support, please outline as much information as you can.