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Those that have survived the death of a loved one to suicide usually have an immediate need for help and resources.  They may find it helpful to speak about their loss, freely and without fear of judgement, in a safe place.  Different methods work for different people, as we all grieve differently.  If you find that one method is not giving you what you need, try another. There is no right or wrong way to get support.


If you are in crisis and have an immediate need for online or over the phone support, click here.  If you or someone you know is considering suicide, call 911 immediately. 


Support groups provide an opportunity to share your story of grief after a suicide death. They can be lead by professional counselors, peers, or multiple facilitators.  They are a place of listening and sharing.  

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Click here to see some recommended books and podcasts that deal with grief and suicide loss.


It is our hope that we can lessen the burdens you have in front of you with this basic plan of what life may look like for you in the first days after the death.  You are likely overwhelmed by your grief and in need of help with the initial tasks at hand.  Knowing what to expect in the coming days and months will help you process your grief, so that you can begin healing. 

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Once a death has occurred, you will feel overwhelmed with things to do.  Our goal is to provide you with information and resources to use and consider prior to the end-of-life ceremony.  

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Financial and legal issues may arise immediately following a death.  Make sure to contact your legal representative for advice regarding Wills, Trusts and Probates and your Accountant or CPA.  

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