Where to get help

You are not alone.  There are organisations and people who can support you, alongside your friends and family.

How we can help

We exist to help break the isolation and meet the needs of those bereaved by suicide.   We provide safe, confidential spaces where people who have been bereaved by suicide can share their experiences and feelings, so giving and gaining support from each other.  Our services are run by volunteers, the majority of whom have been bereaved by suicide themselves.  You can email us, call us or visit a local group.

Find out more about our services for adults over 18.


Other organisations

We also have information about other organisations who may be able to help.  You may also find local community groups in your area – search the internet, ask your GP or check with your local council, many have a list of organisations on their websites.


Support for under 18’s

If you are under 18, you can get support from one of the organisations listed here.


Support for families, young adults and children

If you are caring for children or young adults, look here for more information about supporting them and organisations who can help.


Taking care of your health

If you have any concerns about your health – physical or emotional – we recommend that you contact your GP or health professional.  If you do not feel that they are responding to you, you can request to see a second doctor.


Practical concerns

Find out more about practical concerns after a death by suicide such as coroners, media or finances.