Resources for New Survivors

One’s survivor story is personal and finding their way to hope and healing will take time. Here you will find resources to help survivors through this life-changing time.

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Remembrance Events

We honor those we’ve lost and promote healing when we create a remembrance bear, participate in a butterfly release, or attend a workshop.

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For Caregivers

This area is for those who come into contact with or provide support to people bereaved by suicide. Support after a suicide is key to helping people cope with their grief and integrate their traumatic loss into their lives.

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Book Reviews

A list of inspirational suicide survivor books recommended by members of our community.

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Support Groups

Connecting with fellow suicide loss survivors who have a similar lived experience can be encouraging and provide a sense of “normalcy” in a very difficult grief journey.

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Companion

Support groups aren’t for everyone. Companioning allows you to connect one-on-one with another survivor.

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Digital Memory Quilt

The digital memory quilt is a place to share a “patch” in memory of the loved one you’ve lost.

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Grief Words

Dr. Wolfelt with The Center for Loss & Life Transition is a well-respected author of books and articles about grief.

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Tuesday Gatherings

Gatherings are a time of sharing, laughing, crying, and learning in a safe space without judgment. It is a free event that is open to anyone who has been impacted by a suicide loss.

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Share Your Story

Sharing your grief journey can honor the person you’ve lost while helping other loss survivors feel less alone with relatable stories.

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Blog

We are grateful for fellow loss survivors who are willing to share about their journey

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Also visit: centerforloss.com for helpful books on coping with grief.