If you have been bereaved or affected by suicide, there is help available and you do not have to be alone. This section includes information about how we can help and support available to people who have been bereaved by suicide.
We offer a range of support services for adults over 18, these are and are run by our volunteers, the majority of whom have been bereaved by suicide themselves. We also provide information through this site and our publications. You can order a range of our support resources here.
Our services can be accessed as often and for as long as you need them. It doesn’t matter how long it has been since your bereavement happened or what your relationship was with the person who died. If you feel you have been affected by a suicide and you would like to talk about it, we are here. Suicide knows no social, ethnic or cultural boundaries and neither do we.
We know that we are all different and our circumstances are unique so we have included information about other organisations who provide different kinds of support, such as counselling, or who offer focus and expertise for particular communities or issues.
We are sorry but you cannot use our services if you are under 18 – find out more about organisations who are able to help you if you are younger than this.
We do not take referrals from organisations or contact individuals without them contacting us first, but we will provide information to help agencies signpost to our support services.