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Alliance of Hope for Suicide Survivors

 The Alliance of Hope for Suicide Survivors, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, provides healing support for people who have lost loved ones to suicide around the world. 


American Association of Suicidology– The oldest organization in the United State devoted to the study of suicide. The web site encompasses all aspects of suicide: prevention, intervention, and postvention. The AAS also offers accreditation in various education areas from clinicians to school educators and hosts an annual conference each April.


American Foundation for Suicide Prevention– AFSP has a wide range of programs, information, and resources for survivors, including International Survivors of Suicide Day, the Survivor Outreach Program, the Lifekeeper Quilt Program, and a national directory of support groups.  For more information, visit www.afsp.org/survivingsuicideloss.


Campbell & Associates LOSS team: Postvention Workshops & Training


The Compassionate Friends Bereaved Parents and Siblings- An organization that helps people who have lost a loved one through any type of death. Offers a national conference and walk each year.


The Dougy Center for Grieving Children and Families– A web site filled with information about supporting children after loss including suicide loss


For Suicide Survivors

This site is offered as a public service to survivors of suicide around the world, with the hope it will provide support and comfort in the aftermath of grief.


Friends for Survival– Several survivors of suicide loss started this organization in Northern California to offer support for others. Friends for Survival continues to grow and supports a national phone number that the bereaved by suicide can call and also a national newsletter than anyone can receive.



A web site filled with downloadable articles written by survivors about their experience with suicide grief. Site also includes the downloadable manual to begin a HEARTBEAT support group for people bereaved by suicide.


International Association for Suicide Prevention– The web site to find any internationally-related information about suicide. IASP also offers a country-by-country support group listing.


Living with Suicide: Shared Experiences and Voices of Loss (PBS.org)

Our hope is that survivors will find strength in the stories of others and, most importantly, recognize that we are not alone.


Loving Outreach to Survivors of Suicide – Catholic Charities

Loving Outreach to Survivors of Suicide is a free, non-denominational program that supports individuals who are grieving the loss of a loved one by suicide. The LOSS Program is offered by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago in collaboration with the Diocese of Joliet. We are funded by the United Way, private foundations, as well as your charitable contributions.


Results of Child Loss Survey (Dr. William Feigelman)


Sibling Survivors.com

A web site created by a sibling survivor of suicide. It features a message board where siblings survivors of suicide loss post and connect with each other in this special loss.




Suicide Survivors Resources and Information


Suicide Awareness/Voices of Education

Minnesota-based organization founded by a married couple that lost both their children to suicide. In 2010, SAVE hired a director of survivor and bereavement programs to spearhead national activities. Suicide grief resources at this web site continue to expand.


SAVE also offers a blog specifically for caregivers of the suicide bereaved.


Suicide Grief Support Forum

Other sites devoted to helping survivors find hope:

A suicide grief support forum includes a message board for feeling


Suicide Information and Education Center– A Canadian-based organization that houses one of the largest libraries of suicide-related information.


Suicide Loss FAQs

An informational resource for those bereaved by suicide.


Suicide Prevention Action Network– SPAN USA was founded by two parents who lost a daughter to suicide as a way to promote grass-roots advocacy. The organization is now an arm of AFSP but still draws up policy recommendations each year and hosts a year event on Capitol Hill where survivors can meet their legislators and discuss policy issues related to suicide and mental health with them.


Suicide Prevention International

Suicide Prevention International (SPI) is the leading not-for-profit organization developing, implementing, and funding suicide prevention projects in the United States and worldwide.


Suicide Prevention Resource Center– Federally supported by SAMHSA (the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration), the SPRC traditionally focused its work around the fifty states and Washington, DC. It has expanded and offers a large number of resources including some for survivors.


Surviving Suicide
A website for healing after the loss of a loved one by suicide


Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide

Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS) is a UK charity that exists to meet the needs and break the isolation of those bereaved by the suicide of a close relative or friend. Their website contains a variety of support material, including testimonies written by survivors.


Survivors of Suicide

The Survivors of Suicide web site is an independently owned and operated web site and is in no way associated with any specific group, organization or religious affiliation.

The purpose of the Survivors Of Suicide web site is to help those who have lost a loved one to suicide resolve their grief and pain in their own personal way.


Survivors Road2Healing

Survivors Road2healing is a nonprofit support organization for those that are survivors of suicide.



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