The feelings and emotions of coping with the death of a loved one by suicide are unlike those following other deaths. They are however, shared by those who have grieved a suicide loss of a parent, spouse, sibling, co-worker, or friend.
We are an open group that meets on a regular monthly basis. Participants of the group can attend on an as-needed basis, for as long as they like, making their own decisions about how often to attend. It is facilitated by a mental health professional and a suicide loss survivor.
This group is made up of people who have ‘been there’ and found help and encouragement in knowing that they are not alone in coping with a death by suicide. It is a safe place to ask questions, to share stories, and to be reassured that what you are experiencing is normal. There is no right way or time in which to handle grief.