There is hope.
There is help.
Suicide affects millions of people each year. If you have been affected by suicide or are a suicide survivor there are resources and supports available. You are not alone.
Healing After a Suicide Loss
Healing After a Suicide Loss is a guide to help those who have lost someone to suicide or for those who would like to support someone who has lost someone to suicide. The guide is available in electronic and print form. For print form, click here.Download
Reach out for Help
Reaching out for support and help is now accessible through a new 3-digit phone number, 988. It’s a direct connection to compassionate and professional support for anyone who might be struggling with emotional distress, experiencing suicidal thoughts, or those with concern about a family member or friend with a mental health or substance use issue.Contact 988
The grief process is unique to each individual and each person must work through their grief in their own way and at their own speed. There are suicide survivor resources available to help with a suicide loss.Find Resources
Healing After a Suicide LossHealing After A Suicide Loss is a guide to help those who have lost someone to suicide or for those who would like to know more on how to support those who have lost someone to suicide. The guide is available in electronic and print form.
Organizational Survivor SupportA death by suicide not only affects family and friends but also many organizations; including places of employment, schools, religious organizations, sports teams, community groups, and many more. It is helpful to have support not only for an individual but also for an organization.
Individual Survivor SupportIf you have experienced the loss of a loved one to suicide you are not alone. It can be challenging navigating the waters of grief on your own but there are supports available. The Suicide Loss and Support Coordinator at the Helpline Center is available to to talk, in-person or over the phone.
For Schools and EducatorsSchools play a key role in suicide prevention. Teachers, librarians, counselors, and all school personnel can have a part in keeping students safe and showing a community that cares about mental health. Together we can create an environment that is prepared to support any student when they show signs of being at risk for suicide.
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If you have lost a loved one to suicide we are here to help. There are resources and supports available. You are not alone.Reach Out